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It’s not about the bike
Fraternity members trek across country for the disabled
Four students will ride from coast to coast this summer partly in thanks to the Student Government Association’s passing of a $4,000 grant.

Sophomore Blaine Kauk was out for a bike ride one day when he overlooked a stop sign.

A police car driving down the road pulled him over. The officer said he nearly hit Kauk and then wrote him a ticket.
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Journey of Hope bikers Ryan Motola, a senior finance major, Blaine Kauk, a sophomore business major, Andrew Hepworth, a sophomore political science, and Cole Bryan, a senior political science major, will ride from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., this summer.
SGA to debate loan for student-run TV station

The House of Student Representatives will discuss whether to lend nearly $40,000 — the largest loan in its history — to an entrepreneurial club that wants to start a student-run television station to broadcast on TCU cable.
Ex-Speaker answers Democrats’ questions

Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Jim Wright told students the fundamental difference between Democrats and Republicans is how they make opportunities, especially economic opportunities, available to Americans.
Other news
Faculty to assess student effort


Professors celebrate return of department’s journal


Opinion
Let the campaign name calling begin
Candidates’ differences should sway unsure voters

Let the mud slinging begin. Oh, wait. It’s already started. The presidential election has begun, nearly six months earlier than the traditional Labor Day kick off after the nominating conventions. Quite predictably, both candidates have not hesitated to rip each other to shreds.
Bush is Britney Spears of politics
Americans are getting tired of the hype

“Sunrise, sunrise, looks like morning in your eyes” is the opening line of Norah Jones’s new single and of her new album “Feels Like Home,” which has dominated the world album charts.
Other opinions
Sending jobs overseas is hurting the U.S.

Top kids are ‘left behind’


Sports
Dethroned
Irvin, Shaw disappointed but ready to go dancing

Sandora Irvin’s tearful postgame press conference at the championship game of the Conference USA Tournament summed it all up.

The Lady Frogs were sad. They were frustrated. And, worst of all, they were coming off their second loss to rival Houston in a little over a week.
   
 
     
 
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