TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, April 14, 2004
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Kerry urges collegiate action
Senator John Kerry told college students Tuesday to get involved in the presidential race because they have significant power to drive change.

Senator John Kerry encouraged college students Tuesday to reemerge as a influential political voice in America to take power away from special interests and return it to those who deserve it.

“Young people have enormous power and need to understand it, embrace it and use it,” the Massachusetts senator said in a conference call with college journalists that the TCU Daily Skiff participated in. “As young people, if you walk away from using your voice, you empower the people with money and you give them the power.”
Bush says setbacks in Iraq are small

In the third press conference of his presidency, President Bush reiterated that troops will remain in Iraq and that the United States is committed to bringing freedom to the country.
Now open late
Library to be open 24 hours during finals

Beginning May 2, the library will be open all day long for student use.
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The Mary Couts Burnett Library’s extended hours during finals week will allow late-night studiers extra time to cram for exams.
Suspects identified in Spring Break assaults

Authorities identified three suspects in the alleged assault of two students during Spring Break at Eagle Mountain Lake and two arrest warrants have been issued, an investigator with the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday.
Students learn at mock U.N. session

TCU students represented Uruguay at the Model United Nations Conference.
President aims to recognize others

The head of Order of Omega, a Greek honor society, leads with a positive attitude and caring personality, members say.
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