TCU Daily Skiff Friday, February 20, 2004
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Black History Month shouldn’t be ignored
Students of all races need to learn cultural past

This month, TCU is celebrating Black History, but who on campus is really celebrating is questionable.

Though there are several programs planned to commemorate significant people and issues, student participation, like at most campus events, could be better.
Editorial cartoon
Terror alert system not clear

It seems like everyday there are news conferences about intelligence picking up suspicious chatter and possible unspecified threats. Usually these briefings lead to a change in the Color-Coded Terror Alert chart. The colors green, blue, yellow, orange and red, represent and correlate with the increase in level of threat: low, guarded, elevated, high, and severe, respectively.
Kids boost NASCAR popularity

NASCAR is the fastest growing sport in America. Last year the Daytona 500 was watched by almost 30 million people at home, and 180,000 people packed into the speedway — all during weather that caused many delays. Why is NASCAR so popular and what does that say about our society?
TCU needs to bring campus back to life by refocusing on its beautification

I’m a good Horned Frog.

I dutifully duck my head when entering the mail room and the back of the Student Center, I walk around the school seal and I rarely walk on the grass in front of Reed Hall. I even paid attention during my Monday tour.
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