TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, March 24, 2004
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Lack of support leads CEO Club to request loan be tabled
The bill to fund CEO TV has been tabled indefinitely by the House of Student Representatives.

Students won’t be tuning into CEO TV anytime soon.

The Collegiate Entrepreneurial Organization requested the bill be tabled indefinitely by the House of Student Representatives last night, the same day it was supposed to be voted on. The House granted the request.
SGA meeting
Raveen Bhasin/Staff Photographer
CEO TV representative Michael Hennig, a sophomore marketing and entrepreneurship major, speaks before the SGA Tuesday night.
Boot scootin’
Political science celebration
Ronnita Miller/Staff Photographer
Political science professors line dance at a western-themed achievement celebration Tuesday night in the Kelly Alumni Center. The department recognized the 2003 and 2004 Washington interns, scholarship recipients and honors students.
TCU wants to increase grad funds

A committee and consulting firm will help TCU to expand and improve its graduate studies.
Donovan preparing for provost transition

The provost office staff is getting ready for Nowell Donovan’s transition into his new position.
CORRECTION

The Lady Frogs’ won 25 games this season. The win total was incorrect in Monday’s By the Numbers.
Speaker discusses details of campaigning with students

College Republicans learn about campaigning from assistant district attorney.
 
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