TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, April 20, 2004
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Speaker shares personal Holocaust experience
A Holocaust Remembrance speaker stressed the importance of passing on his memories to future generations.

The Rev. Wilson Canafax shared his emotional journey of liberating Nazi concentration camps Monday night to an audience of friends, family and students.

Canafax said unless people feel or experience what the Holocaust was like with their whole being, people down the line will let it drift off. His speech was sponsored by Programming Council and TCU Hillel, a Jewish student organization.
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The Rev. Wilson Canafax speaks Monday night in the Student Center as a part of Holocaust Victims Memorial Week. Canafax was a chaplain with the U.S. Army in Buchenwald during World War II.
Woman shares life-changing experiences through artwork
A Holocaust survivor unveils her stories through various works in an exhibit in the University Art Gallery.

Anna Ornstein was a typical Jewish girl growing up in rural Hungary when her world was completely torn apart. She had two older brothers and attended parochial school in Szendro, a small town of 3,500
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House to look at clarifying election code
After a tumultuous presidential election, SGA is rewriting some of its election rules to make the process less cumbersome.

The House of Student Representatives will vote today on a proposed bill that would clarify the election code for candidates running for an SGA office.

New grants promote leadership
Program provides individual departments with funds to add elements of leadership to the core curriculum.

The TCU Leadership Center and the Center for Teaching Excellence are collaborating to help faculty add leadership components to the core curriculum, university officials say.
Physical Plant worker keeps TCU clean
Eddie Peterson, a waste management specialist, has worked at TCU for 31 years and made a career out of keeping the university clean and safe.

Eddie Peterson leaves his east Fort Worth home at 6:30 a.m. to start work at 7 a.m. at TCU. He’s been doing this more than half his life.

Religion professor fascinated by stars, myths
When Julius Tsai joined the religion department this year, he brought much of his world experience to TCU.

When Julius Tsai was a boy, his family lived near the San Gabriel mountains in California. He would go hiking regularly, and his mother kept coffee cans for him to fill with the rocks he would collect.
 
     
 
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