TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, April 7, 2004
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Patterson confirms extension

Football head coach Gary Patterson confirmed Tuesday that he has agreed to sign a contract extension, though the terms have not been disclosed.

“This is where I want to be,” Patterson told the Skiff in an e-mail.

According to the Dallas Morning News’ online edition, Chancellor Victor Boschini said he would make the contract official by signing it later in the week.
Coach Patterson
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After agreeing to sign a contract extension, football head coach Gary Patterson said TCU is where he wants to be.
Excess baggage
Jennifer Howell
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Senior marketing major Jennifer Howell checks out the trunk space of the Chevrolet Aveo Tuesday afternoon in front of the Mary Couts Burnett Library. Several cars from Chevy’s new product line were on display as part of a marketing application class project on the upcoming generation of consumers.
Plan in the works to reduce budget

School officials have a plan to reduce increasing insurance costs in the budget.
Policy prevents trip from receiving funds

The African Heritage Organization’s service trip to Kenya is over before the plane ever left the ground.
Students feel safe despite attacks

Terrorist attacks such as the train bombing that killed about 200 people in Madrid, Spain, have not caused much uneasiness among students studying abroad.
Political groups set for debate

The Young Democrats and the College Republicans are preparing for their first debate.
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