TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, April 6, 2004
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Arrest warrant issued for cleric
U.S. announces arrest warrant against radical Shiite cleric, stepping up confrontation after clashes kill dozens.


BAGHDAD, Iraq — U.S. administrators in Iraq declared a radical Shiite cleric an “outlaw” Monday and announced a warrant for his arrest, heightening a confrontation after battles between his supporters and coalition troops killed at least 52 Iraqis and nine coalition troops, including eight Americans.

American officials would not say when they would move to arrest Muqtada al-Sadr, who is holed up in the main mosque in Kufa, south of Baghdad, guarded by armed supporters.
Happy hunting
Raveen Bhasin/Staff Photographer
Hundreds of children and parents, along with a few Student Foundation members, the Easter Bunny and SuperFrog, mingle through Sadler Lawn after searching for eggs Sunday afternoon.
Egg hunt entertains local children

It wasn’t your imagination, there really was an oversized bunny on campus this weekend. The Easter Bunny and SuperFrog helped more then 750 children find Easter eggs on Sunday. The area in front of Sadler Hall from Clark Hall to Reed Hall was roped off for the children to run around searching for eggs and candy.
Students sleepless at St. Jude benefit
Friday’s fund-raiser for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital celebrated months of hard work.

More than 200 students stayed “Up ‘Till Dawn” Friday night as they celebrated the end of a yearlong fund-raising campaign for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Alumnus writes book on morals in college
A TCU graduate encourages students to make effective decisions in his new book on Christian ethics.

A Brite alumnus said students need to make moral decisions that reflect God’s will in his recently published book, “What Must I Do.”
‘Killer’ kept audience guessing
Accusations flew as audience members and actors all tried to figure out who had killed Sir Roger Watersdown in a murder mystery dinner.

The Pond Street Grill was momentarily transformed into a dinner theater with white linen table cloths, non-alcoholic champagne and a four-course meal as 55 students enjoyed a murder mystery Friday put on by Brachman’s Hall Council.
   
     
 
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