TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, March 11, 2004
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Upset win takes Frogs to quarterfinals
The Frogs hold off Marquette to move to the next round of the Conference USA Tournament.

FORT WORTH — There’s something about the Marquette Golden Eagles that brings out the best in the Horned Frogs.

Maybe it’s the fact the Eagles made the Final Four last season. Or maybe it’s that the Frogs get more jacked up for a game against a nationally prominent program.
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Freshman Femi Ibikunle (center), junior Aaron Curtis (left) and junior Marcus Shropshire (right) celebrate their win over Marquette in the first round of the C-USA Tournament at Cincinnati’s U.S. Bank Arena Wednesday.
Forum focuses on communication
Several faculty members and students expressed opinions of how TCU could improve communication with the community.

Vision in Action, a group Chancellor Victor Boschini developed to design a three- to five-year plan for TCU’s future, held its first of six town hall meetings Wednesday to seek input from faculty, staff and students.
Committee mulls new alcohol rule
Students will be restricted from drinking alcohol on university-sponsored trips if a proposed policy is approved by the Student Organizations Committee.

Students traveling on school-sponsored trips next fall will not be allowed to drink alcohol during the trip if a proposed policy is approved.
Business school to sponsor ‘boot camp’
The School of Business will sponsor the TCU Business Boot Camp Friday.

Experienced faculty and students from the Business School will advise established entrepreneurs on how to deal with issues in the business world at the 2004 Entrepreneur Expo.
Baylor incident won’t occur at TCU, chancellor says
Journalism faculty say professional journalism standards, not the TCU administration, help decide what is fit for print in the TCU Daily Skiff.

The recent firestorm at Baylor University over the controversial editorial published in the student newspaper, The Baylor Lariat, would not happen here, administrators and journalism faculty said.
Educators see bill as temporary fix
TCU education teachers oppose a bill that makes it easier for teachers to become certified.

A state bill that could put more teachers in Texas classrooms leaves education professionals unimpressed.
 
     
 
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