TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, March 02, 2004
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Need-based aid may be raised
The 2004-2005 financial aid increase will primarily benefit current students with need-based grants, but their out-of-pocket expenses are still growing.

The Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid is currently looking for a way help need-based grants catch up with the rising cost of tuition.

Normally when tuition goes up, need-based grants go up proportionally, said Michael Scott, director of scholarships and student financial aid. However, this is not always an effective solution to rising costs, he said.
Shake your groove thing
International Week celebrates different cultures

Students have the opportunity to attend different international events throughout the week.
Belly dancer
Crystal Forester/Staff Photographer
“Sa’diyya”, an employee of Byblos Lebanese Restaurant, belly dances in the opening ceremony of International Week Monday in the Student Center Lounge.
Other news
Foster hosts a hall social fit for the birds

Fashion show helps victims of violence

New Fort Worth boutique caters to both unique, chic
Opinion
Nader’s candidacy a selfish decision
His bid will detract from legitimate candidates

Will the real presidential candidate please stand up?

No, Ralph, not you.
Cuts in Social Security needed to save it
Government must make sure our generation is not left out

Our generation is screwed, really screwed.
You’ve probably noticed that the government takes away part of every paycheck you receive. Much of that goes toward Social Security. Not yours, but the monthly Social Security check of those who are retired and already receiving their money.
Other opinions
Pigeon deaths explained

Opinion page is much better
Sports
A bowl of changes
Mountain West Conference could be up for new postseason arrangements

Payouts, travel and the additions of a fifth BCS game has the Mountain West’s bowl scene bound for change.
Men’s tennis uses great season start to inspire victories

With two more commanding wins, the men’s tennis team eyes the nation’s top five, but wants bigger crowds.
Other sports news
Current Mountain West Bowl Affiliates


Weekend sports followup
 
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