TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, March 04, 2004
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SGA spending helps few people
Fraternity’s philanthropy gobbles up funds

Paying for part of the new SuperFrog costume: $3,000.

Helping four students bike across America: $4,000.

SGA actually using money from the special projects fund for general student use: priceless.

No, literally.
Editorial cartoon
Harvard officials wrong to defend proposed student-run sex magazine

Recently, in several Associated Press stories, a group of Harvard students announced that they were going to publish a student-run sex magazine. Even more shocking, Harvard’s committee on college life voted 12-0 with two abstaining to give official recognition of the magazine, H-Bomb, which will contain nude photography of students and sexually related articles.
Sex education must be realistic, comprehensive, not idealistic

Last year, President George W. Bush increased the funding for abstinence education to $135 million, a $33 million increase from 2002.
Rights: from God or the law?

I don’t know what’s in the water at the University of Alabama, but Dan Whisenhunt’s column that ran in the Skiff Feb. 19 about the conservative religious right would be good evidence for contamination. Dan writes for the “Crimson White,” which may give a hint of the confusion on that campus — it is crimson or is it white? How on God’s green earth could it be both?
     
     
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