TCU Daily Skiff Tueday, April 13, 2004
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President doesn’t need hand-holding
Commission gave White House too sweet a deal

Last week National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice defended the Bush administration before the September 11 Commission. Her testimon y was quickly dissected and digested by the mainstream media.

But mostly ignored in the cacophony of instant analysis from talking heads on both sides of the political spectrum was the deal the administration struck with the commission to get Rice to testify.
Editorial cartoon
Price of dorm life must drop

For almost $3,000 a college student could take a Spring Break trip to Hawaii — with a friend. A college student could buy a rather large high-definition plasma TV. Or, this college student could take his or her $3000 and spend it on a four-month stay at one of the luxurious dormitories here at TCU.

Memories last, but it’s over


I think I am getting old. I am developing all the symptoms of senior-ness: The smell of Ramen noodles makes me ill. A trip to Target means groceries, not an evening’s entertainment. I see freshmen hanging out at the Student Center and wonder why they’re not doing their homework.

 
     
     
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