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Art competition prepares students
Students express their creativity and get a taste of how the professional art world works in the 13th annual art competition in Moudy Building South.

Feb. 17 , 2004
TCU students are showing their artistic flair in the 13th annual Cross/Talk Art Competition.
The show, located in the University Art Gallery in Moudy Building North, displays 26 unique pieces of art. The exhibit will run until Feb. 19.

“It’s really interesting because it’s a lot of alternative work,” said Margaret Jackson, a senior sculpture major. “It’s not just paintings or prints, it’s mostly work that’s really different.”
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Senior interior design major Megan King surveys selected students’ work from the 13th annual Cross/Talk Art Competition located in the University Art Gallery in Moudy Building North.
Koehler to join in local election race
The provost says running for president of the school board is a way to stay active in education and the community.

Feb. 17 , 2004
Provost William Koehler filed to run for president of the Fort Worth school board Monday, saying the position would give him an opportunity to stay involved in education.
Other news
Talks under way to rework Patterson contract
Feb. 17 , 2004

ADPi ‘Mocktail’ shakes up Student Center

Feb. 13 , 2004

Sprinkle cedes standing in church region
Feb. 13 , 2004
Students shouldn’t pay for costume
University can afford SuperFrog suit on its own

Feb. 17 , 2004
Don’t worry about holding any more concerts; we’re fine. No need to bring in another comedian; we don’t enjoy laughter.

No need to waste money for an event to bring the student body together, I guess we see each other enough walking around campus.
NFL not for boys
Ohio State’s Maurice Clarett is in for pain

Feb. 17 , 2004
There is one thing I just can’t stand: Teenagers who make more money than I do. It’s not really a greed thing or anything. It’s about the principle. Or something like that. What brings this up is a U.S. District Court has ruled that Maurice Clarett, though now no longer a teenager, is eligible for the NFL draft even though he has played only one season at Ohio State and is only two years removed from his high school graduation.
Other opinions
Military records attempt to save Bush
Feb. 17 , 2004

Parking problems require resolutions
Feb. 17 , 2004

Superstition reigns on Friday the 13th
Feb. 13 , 2004
The Pitino effect
Frogs to be tested by ranked team, respected coach
The Louisville Cardinals bring a lot more to the basketball court than a nationally-ranked team.

Feb. 17 , 2004
Not since the General Bobby Knight led his army of Red Raiders into Fort Worth last season has a more celebrated head coach graced the visitors’ bench at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Well, that’s about to change at 6 p.m. tonight when the Horned Frogs host No. 10 Louisville.
Offense lacking in 2 weekend defeats
A lack of discipline against Texas State drops the Horned Frogs’ record to 1-3.

Feb. 17 , 2004

Head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle said he wondered where the TCU team that showed offensive prowess a week ago went. The Frogs lost a Sunday doubleheader to Texas State as the Bobcats produced timely hits to beat the Frogs 7-4 in 10 innings in game one, and 6-2 in the night game.
Other sports news
Frogs face season’s toughest foe

Feb. 17, 2004

Mountain West advantage
Feb. 13 , 2004

Horned Frogs hope more wins will score larger crowd
Feb. 13, 2004
Spreading the love

Feb. 13, 2004
Not sure what to get that someone for Valentine’s? Not sure if you should even get them something? Well, we’ve all been there. Here are some last minute, rest-assured ideas that will please him or her at any level of dating. Valentine’s has always been more important to women, so in light to that, more gift options are for them. But, guys, I haven’t left you out! While having a plan and being prepared is always the best bet, I know that’s not always the case. If you’re in a relationship, establish first if you are going to exchange gifts and second, what kind. It’s easy to say, “Let’s just do something small.” You want to have something comparable to each other’s gifts. If a girl gets her guy an expensive wallet and he just gets her flowers, she’ll be upset and he’ll feel bad. Just be sure both of you are on the same page. And guys, keep in mind that this gift will set the bar for each gift that follows. If you’re with someone you want to get more serious with, keep in mind that each gift after this is going to have to beat the one before. Start small and inexpensive if you can. She’ll appreciate it later.
Robert Carr Chapel presents ideal atmosphere for weddings

Feb. 13, 2004
Thirty minutes before a ceremony starts, guests start filing into the chapel accompanied by a joyous melody from the pipe organ.
Other features
Adam Hood

Feb. 6, 2004

Going 'retro'
Jan. 30, 2004

Fortenberry aids students in the fashion world
Jan. 30, 2004
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