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Mending fences, reaching out
SGA strives to gain students’ interest

Student Government Association officers hope to regain the trust of the student body by increasing communication with students, officers said.

SGA will debut a professionally designed Web site, distribute a bi-monthly newsletter and send campus-wide e-mails to students this semester, officers said.
More options for late-night munchies

The Sunset Grill has extended hours to satisfy students who want more food choices after 8 p.m.
Other news
Higher standards plus aid for Fijis after bar raised

Despite vaccine shortage, flu remedies still remain

Review team grants accreditation
SuperFrog is a super sellout
Nokia commercials hurt TCU’s Christian image

When SuperFrog appeared in television ads with notorious rapper Snoop Dogg during the Bowl Championship Series, TCU got the “Ultimate Bling” indeed: free publicity that reached into hundreds of millions of homes.
Money must be put into public schools, not taken

It seems that with every election, someone claims he or she is the champion of education. This year, schools have not gotten better — most areas are stagnant or have fallen in quality of education.

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Public schools lack competition

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Trekkies utilized in new campaign

First Fort Worth Bowl successful
PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl makes an impact, and more is expected in future years.

With a home team playing a team from 1,600 miles away, not much was expected out of the inaugural PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl.
Lady Frogs’ success continues

At 13-2 (2-0 C-USA), the Lady Frogs have earned the program’s highest national ranking in history. However, the players aren’t letting the rankings concern them.
Other sports news

Swimming teams remain humble despite successes
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