TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, March 25, 2004
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Loan request for TV station rightly tabled
CEO TV a good idea, but needs a little more thought

The time is ... well, not now.

The Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization asked the House of Student Representatives Tuesday to table their $38,000 loan request to start a student-run television station, citing confusion and a lack of support.
Editorial cartoon
Neocons’ agenda is questionable

You may have been hearing various news reports about how the Bush administration was itching to get at Iraq, even before the World Trade Center attacks. Unfortunately, it’s partially true. The people doing the plotting even have a name: neoconservatives.
Creativity catches employer’s eye

The frigid winter months have passed and spring is finally here. For seniors, however, graduation is approaching, and it’s time to brush up that resume, dust off those business suits and prepare for “The Great Job Hunt.”
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