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‘Passion’ draws huge crowds
Mel Gibson’s new and controversial film opened Wednesday in more than 3,000 theaters.


Feb. 26, 2004
PLANO — The people streaming out of the movie theater looked as if they’d just attended a wake — and many said they felt as if they had.

Red eyes and muffled crying were common as Christians and the merely curious flocked to theaters nationwide for the Ash Wednesday opening of Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.”
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Super Sport, a member of John West’s All-American Frisbee Dogs, performed at halftime of the TCU-Charlotte men’s basketball game Wednesday night in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
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Preview of Latin American Arts Festival this weekend

Feb. 26, 2004
An authentic Spanish zarzuela which combines sophisticated musical ensembles and comedic characters will be performed this weekend by the TCU School of Music and its opera program.
Pornography affects male view of women
Studies by a communication studies professor cited in Time and Health show pornography contributes to stereotypical gender perceptions.

Feb. 26, 2004
Watching pornography affects more than just the viewer, according to an online survey conducted by a TCU communication studies professor. The study has gained national recognition for its implications that pornography contributes to stereotypical submissive views some men have of women.
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University to commend minister’s hard work

Feb. 26, 2004

Students get chance to rate school in new survey

Feb. 26, 2004
Opinion
Barnett’s actions have gone too far
Colorado football coach should be disciplined

Feb. 26, 2004
The comments Colorado head football coach Gary Barnett made about Katie Hnida are not only insensitive and untimely, but his words should also result in him being reprimanded.
SGA should improve spending practices

Feb. 26, 2004
TCU has a talent for swindling the money out of students’ pockets, but probably the worst example of this is the Student Government Association’s recent decision to buy SuperFrog a new costume. I don’t know about you, but I didn’t come here so I could buy the cheerleaders something new to show off at football games.
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Student gov affects each student on campus
Feb. 26, 2004
Sports
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Horned Frogs lose ‘battle of attrition’ against Charlotte
Foul trouble and fatigue cost the Frogs an overtime victory.


Feb. 26, 2004
For the first 40 minutes, the Horned Frogs and Charlotte 49ers were caught in a constant seesaw affair, with the two teams combining for 17 ties and 16 lead changes in their first ever meeting Wednesday night.
Pro Bowl running back charged
The Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back is charged with conspiring to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine.

Feb. 26, 2004
ATLANTA — Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis, who had the second-highest rushing total in NFL history last season, was indicted Wednesday on federal drug charges.
 
 
     
 
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