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Donors maintain sense of unity
Often times, fond memories spark donors to give money to TCU.

Late nights with roommates in the dorm, tailgate parties and celebrating after finals are a routine part of college life. But they may also be crucial to the financial health of the university.

Those charged with seeking donations to TCU say that it’s often a cherished memory like one of these that leads someone to donate.
My Fair Lady
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Senior theatre majors Eleanor Burkett, Elizabeth Mitchell and Michael Truly and freshman theatre major Cheryl Bellows rehearse a scene from “The Country Wife” written by William Wycherley. The scandalous comedy runs tonight through Sunday evening. For more information, call the box office (817) 257-5770.
Cashing In
SGA spends chunk of your university fees

What’s the best way to spend $88,400? That’s what the House of Student Representatives had to decide this year.

Research, teaching top dialogue
Final Vision in Action meeting focuses on faculty research and academic programs.

Approximately 50 students, professors and staff members met Wednesday to discuss “Finding the Ideal Academic Mix.” The discussion revolved around the importance of faculty research and improving the core curriculum.

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Opinion
Bush should try to stick to his guns
President shifts stance on Israel’s harsh policies

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s hostile policies have produced more and more conflict in an area of the world that is already rife with violence. President Bush has, in the past, taken the sensible steps to condemn such brutal actions, but his administration seems to be changing that position for what appears to be nothing more than election year politics.
ROTC cadets soar higher

While graduation is important to many, it has many special meanings to TCU ROTC cadets. For our academic roles, it means an end of being a student and the beginning of being an alumnus or alumnae. For our social roles, it means the end of adolescence and the beginning of adulthood. For Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC cadets, it means the end of being a cadet and the beginning of being a commissioned officer. The changes for ROTC cadets may seem insignificant for some, but they mean more than a simple role change.

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Sports
Facilitating athletic prowess
New and improved athletic complexes boost success

Recently, athletic department events have been a ribbon-cutting affair. In the past five years, TCU has renovated or constructed almost every athletic facility on campus, including the recent completion of the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Basketball Complex, the new home of both the men’s and women’s basketball teams.
   
 
     
 
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