TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, March 24, 2004
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  • Check out the photo exhibit called Game Face: What Does a Female Athlete Look Like? In honor of Women’s History Month, it will be on display today on the second floor in Justin Athletic Center. This is sponsored by GOalition!, TCU Women’s Athletics and Women’s Resource Center.

  • Brown Lupton Student Center announces that effective April 1 reservations for student organizations and departmental concerns for the academic year 2004-2005 will be accepted at the Information Desk in the Student Center. Please turn in your reservations by April 30 to maintain your priority status. You can get a reservation request form in the “Policies and Reservations” section at www.sc.tcu.edu or stop at the Student Center Information Desk to pick one up.

  • The Inclusiveness Task Force will host a forum which will examine the citizenship dynamics and expanding responsibilities within the global society of the future. More specifically, the forum will bring focused attention to the principles of inclusiveness, equality and our active role as citizens within the global society. The luncheon is at noon Thursday in the Woodson Room in the Student Center. The lunch is free, but attendees must RSVP to Glenda Clausen by Tuesday morning at (817) 257-7796 or e-mail g.clausen@tcu.edu.

  • Can’t pass the MOS TEST? Help is here. Take MOS exam prep courses. Classes are held six times a week at convenient hours. Sign up at the Neeley Certification Office, Dan Rogers Hall, Room 138, or call Leigh at (817) 257-5220 for details.

  • Want to spend the fall strolling the streets of a beautiful Tuscan city, eating gelatto and visiting art museums? The TCU in Florence program has extended its deadline to Thursday for the fall 2004 program. Courses include Italian language (all levels), art history, political science, and history (all taught in English). Applications and information are on our Web site, www.ied.tcu.edu, at the International Education Office in Sadler Hall, Room 16, or e-mail Tracy Williams at t.williams@tcu.edu.

  • The Center for Writing is located on the top floor of the Rickel Academic Wing of the University Recreation Center, across from Moncrief Hall. Students who want to discuss some of their writing can stop by the Center for Writing or call (817) 257-7221.
Announcements of campus events, public meetings and other general campus information should be brought to the TCU Daily Skiff office at Moudy Building South, Room 291, mailed to TCU Box 298050 or e-mailed. Deadline for receiving announcements is 2 p.m. the day before they are to run. the Skiff reserves the right to edit submissions for style, taste and space available.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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