TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, April 15, 2004
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Annual event delivers art, music, food, fun
One of the nation’s best art festivals takes over
downtown today.

Cowtown and culture will merge today for the 19th annual Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival.

The four-day event will take place along Main Street from the courthouse to the convention center today through Sunday and will feature about 200 different artists from across the country who were selected from among 950 applicants. Some of the artists are from the area, but many are from different parts of the country.
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Sarah Chacko/Photo Editor
Workers set up the outside lighting frame of the main stage Tuesday afternoon in downtown Fort Worth in preparation for the Main Street Arts Festival this weekend.
Tenet: More needed to fight terror
Intelligence chief concedes that considerable time is necessary to improve defenses against terrorism.

WASHINGTON — CIA director George Tenet predicted Wednesday it will take “another five years of work to have the kind of clandestine service our country needs” to combat al Qaeda and other terrorist threats.
VIA committee discusses sports and the university
A town hall meeting focuses on developing athletic programs that fulfill TCU’s mission statement.

Although the university’s athletic programs have enjoyed remarkable success in the past five years, some university officials aren’t satisfied with fan support.
Students saddle up for end-of-semester fun

Goats, pigs and a one-ton longhorn named Gus were some of the animals walking around near Frog Fountain Wednesday evening.
New anesthesia program produces skilled nurses
Graduate student enrollment is up 140 percent in the College of Health and Human Sciences from three years ago.

Two graduate programs in the College of Health and Human Sciences are helping to meet the need for more qualified nurses, officials say.
Casino Night to move to campus
The philanthropic event will move from downtown to campus in an effort to boost the event’s attendance and raise more money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity will bring its annual Casino Night philanthropy closer to students this year by relocating the event from the Bass Towers downtown to the Recreation Center.
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