TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 17, 2004
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Students shouldn’t pay for costume
University can afford SuperFrog suit on its own

Don’t worry about holding any more concerts; we’re fine. No need to bring in another comedian; we don’t enjoy laughter.

No need to waste money for an event to bring the student body together, I guess we see each other enough walking around campus.
Editorial cartoon
NFL not for boys
Ohio State’s Maurice Clarett is in for pain

There is one thing I just can’t stand: Teenagers who make more money than I do. It’s not really a greed thing or anything. It’s about the principle. Or something like that. What brings this up is a U.S. District Court has ruled that Maurice Clarett, though now no longer a teenager, is eligible for the NFL draft even though he has played only one season at Ohio State and is only two years removed from his high school graduation.
Military records attempt to save Bush

White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan held another awkward, standoffish press briefing last Tuesday to try to bring an end to the controversy surrounding President Bush’s military record. Armed with copies of military documents more than 30 years old pertaining to Bush’s Texas Air National Guard service, McClellan came just short of suggesting what Democrats and other critics of Bush can do with the documents when they were done reading them.
Parking problems require resolutions

I am sitting in my car after my first class ends. I have more than two hours until my next class begins, but if I go anywhere I may not get a place when I come back. It is cold and raining, so what better time than now for some investigating.
     
     
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