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Search continues for Crane
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a retired professor's disappearance.

Feb. 03, 2004
Law enforcement officials were still searching Monday night for retired professor Laura Lee Crane after her car was discovered in Oklahoma City and two suspects arrested in connection with her weekend disappearance.

Crane, 77, left her Bellaire Drive South home around 11 a.m. Friday to buy groceries and cash a check at the Tom Thumb supermarket at 3050 S. Hulen, Lt. Abdul Pridgen said. Crane stopped to visit a friend on the way to the grocery store around 11:15 a.m. and hadn't been seen since, Pridgen said.
Concert celebrates the life, work of pianist Lili Kraus

Feb. 03, 2004
An internationally renowned pianist and former faculty member was remembered this weekend by an overflow crowd at PepsiCo Recital Hall.
Strike a chord
Pianist
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Pianists Dale Fundling (bottom left) and Jo Boatright perform a Mozart sonata for a packed house Sunday afternoon in PepsiCo Recital Hall in rememberance of former TCU faculty member Lili Kraus.
Other news
Board of Trustees approves tuition increase of 11.9%
Feb. 03, 2004

Increased budget to provide for future
Feb. 03, 2004
Opinion
Good and bad during Super Bowl
From commercials to halftime to game time

Feb. 03, 2004
CHEERS: The funny commercial with the dog
JEERS: The Cowboys weren’t in the Super Bowl.

CHEERS: The game was close and hard fought.
JEERS: To Phil Simms commentating. Intelligence doesn’t run in this family.
Other opinions
Judge not

Feb. 03, 2004


MTV, VH1 need to go back to musical roots

Feb. 03, 2004


Internet serves as lauching pad for many organizations

Feb. 03, 2004
Sports
Switch brings tougher schedule
Schools in the Mountain West Conference are looking forward to the stiff competition and national media exposure TCU will provide.

Feb. 03, 2004
The Horned Frogs are officially headed west, and their new Mountain West Conference peers say TCU’s presence will bring added competition and media coverage.

The Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday to accept an invitation from the MWC, which includes Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, New Mexico, Nevada-Las Vegas, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming. TCU will leave Conference USA for the MWC in fall 2005.
Acceptance to conference leaves sudents in limbo
TCU students have varying opinions on whether they want to party in the Mountain West.

Feb. 03, 2004
The student body had mixed emotions on the first day back to classes Monday since TCU’s decision to leave Conference USA for the Mountain West Conference.
Other sports news
Lady Frogs stumble in double overtime

Feb. 03, 2004

 
     
 
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