TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, March 24, 2004
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Lack of support leads CEO Club to request loan be tabled
The bill to fund CEO TV has been tabled indefinitely by the House of Student Representatives.

Students won’t be tuning into CEO TV anytime soon.

The Collegiate Entrepreneurial Organization requested the bill be tabled indefinitely by the House of Student Representatives last night, the same day it was supposed to be voted on. The House granted the request.
SGA meeting
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CEO TV representative Michael Hennig, a sophomore marketing and entrepreneurship major, speaks before the SGA Tuesday night.
TCU wants to increase grad funds

A committee and consulting firm will help TCU to expand and improve its graduate studies.
Donovan preparing for provost transition

The provost office staff is getting ready for Nowell Donovan’s transition into his new position.
Other news
Speaker discusses details of campaigning with students
There is no method to March Madness
College basketball brings chaos — and fun

April showers bring May flowers, but what does March bring? Madness, pure madness — March Madness that is.
Bush’s leadership unreliable

Disgust … Outrage … I think these words are far too strong to describe my reaction to the president’s new ad campaign. It is better to get worked up over his actual performance than the usual political posturing that goes on before an election. But given that, where does Bush get off taking credit for being a strong leader after Sept. 11?
Other opinions
The ads do not devalue 9/11
Top Frog
Corey Santee PG

Santee was the go-to guy for the Horned Frogs all season. When he wasn’t scoring baskets or showing off his ball-handling skills, Santee was producing easy shots for his teammates with great passing.
Penders to coach Houston

Tom Penders was hired Tuesday to coach at the University of Houston, the once-powerful program that has not won an NCAA tournament game in 20 years.
Other sports news
A look back on the Frogs’ season

Making the Grade

Men’s Basketball 2004 Final Statistics
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