TCU Daily Skiff Friday, March 05, 2004
Frog Fountain
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Students have right to speak up
New rules embrace campus expression

Most students at TCU rarely voice their opinions. Demonstrations, street theater and outspoken citizens are rare and far between at this heavily conservative school.

In the past, a minority or even a majority group who wished to protest an unpopular decision by the administration or America’s military actions abroad were forced to do so in what was called a “designated free speech area,” which at TCU was Frog Fountain.
Editorial cartoon
Nader will take votes from Kerry

Ralph, just what do you think you are doing?

In the 2000 election, you were the difference between winning and losing. While you constantly repeated the notion that the two main political parties are essentially saying the same thing, you nonetheless helped elect a neo-conservative (a man who fundamentally believes strongly in everything you hate) into office.
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Editorial policy: The content of the Opinion page does not necessarily represent the views of Texas Christian University. Unsigned editorials represent the view of the TCU Daily Skiff editorial board. Signed letters, columns and cartoons represent the opinion of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board.

Letters to the editor: The Skiff welcomes letters to the editor for publication. Letters must be typed, double-spaced, signed and limited to 250 words. To submit a letter, bring it to the Skiff, Moudy 291S; mail it to TCU Box 298050; e-mail it to or fax it to (817)257-7133. Letters must include the author’s classification, major and phone number. The Skiff reserves the right to edit or reject letters for style, taste and size restrictions.
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