TCU Daily Skiff Thurssday, March 04, 2004
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Spencer Hays’ gift enlarges facility and honors Cooter
Donation for renovation and expansion will launch the program toward national recognition.

The Starpoint School will be expand its building thanks to a $250,000 donation made in honor of former director Kathleen Cooter, director Kathleen Edwards said.

The gift, donated by Spencer Hays, a former TCU trustee who has a grandson enrolled at the school, will allow for a classroom to be built and for the office area and conference room to be renovated.
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The Starpoint School’s planned renovations will allow separate classrooms for fifth- and sixth-graders that now share one room.
Stern removal worries radio industry
With the Federal Communication Commission making changes, media companies are cracking down on obscenity in the shows they broadcast.

The Federal Communications Commission is trying to clean up the airwaves, which could have a chilling domino effect for shock jock radio personalities, radio-TV-film professors said.
International fest to celebrate cultures
International banquet will feature a variety of heritages that exist in the TCU
community.


As students and alumni from around the world gather to celebrate cultural diversity Saturday night, it will be different from years past because this banquet will be a homecoming for international alumni. About 40 former TCU international students are expected to participate in festivities full of food, dancing and culture, said John Singleton, director of international student services.
 
     
     
 
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