TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, January 27, 2004
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Moudy in need of food service
Dining options desired on north side of campus

Imagine you’re sitting in your afternoon class on the north side of campus and you’re starving. This, as many of you know, is not a good combination. Despite obvious demand, there is still no food service on this part of campus.

For many of us who live the majority our lives on the north side of campus, the lack of food service can be quite frustrating.
Editorial cartoon
Judge Dean on policies, not ‘temper’

As a liberal-minded person, many of my friends find it quite odd that I often visit Matt Drudge’s ultra famous ‘news’ Web site I suppose the tendency to visit the site is still a residual habit from once believing that his Web site was simply an objective compiling of news stories meant to make our furiously busy American lives just a little bit easier.
Point/ Counterpoint
Topic: State of the Union
Bush lays out bold agenda to solve American problems

Gone are the days of the Clinton administration — when government was the least exciting part of the evening news and politics was reduced to sex scandals.
We cannot sacrifice liberty for the sake of security

Let the campaigning begin. With the State of the Union address, President Bush has clearly begun to put out ideas that do little, yet will placate many moderate voices and buy votes. The State of the Union address was less about actual policy, and more about building up actions taken by the President — or events that occurred under his watch.
Editorial Policies

Editorial policy: The content of the Opinion page does not necessarily represent the views of Texas Christian University. Unsigned editorials represent the view of the TCU Daily Skiff editorial board. Signed letters, columns and cartoons represent the opinion of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board.

Letters to the editor: The Skiff welcomes letters to the editor for publication. Letters must be typed, double-spaced, signed and limited to 250 words. To submit a letter, bring it to the Skiff, Moudy 291S; mail it to TCU Box 298050; e-mail it to or fax it to (817)257-7133. Letters must include the author’s classification, major and phone number. The Skiff reserves the right to edit or reject letters for style, taste and size restrictions.
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