TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, February 18, 2004
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Provost 101
Koehler’s legacy sets high bar
Faculty and staff discuss what it will take to fill the shoes of the provost, who retires in May.

When Provost William Koehler leaves office in May, the TCU landscape will look different than when he began as the university’s chief academic officer 24 years ago.

“As vice chancellor for academic affairs and then also provost, Dr. Koehler has played an important part in raising the academic aspirations and reality of TCU,” religion professor Nadia Lahutsky said.
Provost for Dummies
Alleged trespasser posts $2,500 bond

A 20-year-old male student suspected of criminal trespass of habitation has turned himself in to the Tarrant County Jail and posted $2,500 bond, TCU police said.
Education school to get new facility

Official plans have not been finished on project to update the Bailey Building and construct new building for the School of Education.
Other news
Debaters agree: death penalty is wrong
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Radical stunts don’t help GOP

I had a revelation this Sunday. While looking at the headlines I realized that the Republican Party (which I’m a card-carrying member of) has crazy morons in it, too.
Other opinions
Letters to the Editor

Shot down
Frogs blow out ranked Cardinals, demand national respect

Frogs record program’s first victory against a top 10 team since 1990.

Baseball team falls to UTA

The TCU baseball team was blanked Tuesday afternoon by the Texas-Arlington Mavericks 11-0 at Clay Gould Ballpark in Arlington. The lose was TCU’s fourth in a row.
Review: Miracle on Ice
Disney’s take of Olympic hockey captures feelings of the time

Disney’s new movie “Miracle” is based on the true story of Herb Brooks and the 1980 U.S. Olympic team. All true hockey fans already know the story of “The Miracle on Ice,” even though it happened more than 20 years ago. To put that in perspective, only a few undergraduates were even born when this happened, but yet the story is still inspiring today.
Films depicting the presidency give various slants on White House ideals

The celluloid presidency: Hollywood’s spin on the White House.
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