TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, February 11, 2004
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Brite students warned not to comment on rumors
Brite students are told they can only respond to questions of alleged investigations of faculty members by saying they are not allowed to comment.

A Brite Divinity School administrator has threatened to take disciplinary action against students who comment on possible allegations regarding complaints against faculty members.

The warning came in a mass e-mail Friday to Brite students containing a message from Bryan Feille, the associate dean of student affairs. Feille told students that if they are asked about “alleged investigations and the outcomes,” they can only say that it’s Brite’s policy not to comment on investigations, to protect all parties. A copy of the e-mail was obtained by the TCU Daily Skiff.

Hoopin’ it up
Intramural basketball photo
Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Freshman environmental science major Jeff Levan grabs a basketball to drain 14 of 25 free-throw shots in the Intramural Shootout Tuesday night in the University Recreation Center.
Boschini to announce hire this week

The new provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs will be announced by the end of the week.
Other news
Energy, humor drive Donovan throughout teaching career, life

University to host forum for discussion of sports ethics

Former Miss Arizona speaks out against eating disorders
Brite e-mail chills student free speech
Administrators reluctant to settle speculation

So much for free comment or criticism. Obviously, that sort of freedom might be dangerous to Brite Divinity School.
Sex sells, ethics absent from advertising industry

It is no surprise that the No. 1 marketing tactic these days is sex propaganda.
Other opinions
Truth will not always set you free; little white lies never hurt anyone

Tuition hits hard for some students

Head baseball coach has big plans for team
Schlossnagle hopes to bring Frogs championship
First-year head coach Jim Schlossnagle has great expectations for the Horned Frogs.

Jim Schlossnagle’s head coach at Elon College offered him a proposition during his sophomore season.

All sports programs anticipate move to Mountain West

Coaches in several sports gear up for the conference change.
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