TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, April 8, 2004
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Rice’s testimony will affect election politics, profs say
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice will testify publicly and under oath today before the commission investigating Sept.11.


The fact that the commission investigating the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, is hearing testimonies about the government’s actions leading up to attacks during an election year mean it will impact the election, political science professors say.

James Riddlesperger, who chairs the political science departme nt, said President George W. Bush backed down primarily due to the election.
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Christy Lehew, the Waits Hall director, and her son, Kyle, listen to students, faculty and staff express their concerns about increasing enrollment.
Sherley gets creamed
RAs attacked by foaming residents

Shaving cream flew and shrieks were heard as the women of Sherley Hall broke from their normal activities to have a little fun.
Student beats cancer, helps others
TCU breast cancer survivor runs race to help expand research into treatment options.

She ran her race and won. Now she runs a race for others.
Money tops forum discussion
Students, faculty and staff share their views on TCU’s ideal size, student body demographics and residential life.

It all comes down to money.

Funding was a crucial aspect of nearly every issue raised at Wednesday’s town hall meeting. Approximately 65 people, including students, faculty and staff met to discuss “Home, Sweet Home: Living and Learning at TCU.”
Alcohol awareness drive to educate students at risk

Students, faculty, staff and community members will have the opportunity to get information and feedback on drinking today during the sixth annual National Alcohol Screening Day.
   
     
 
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