TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 10, 2004
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Officials say parking improvements are close
University officials are working to create more parking for students without building a garage.

The university plans to spend $2.1 million for parking improvements that include new parking lots, new lights and fences and a new shuttle service, administration officials said.

The administration has not determined the exact location of improvements, said Don Mills, vice chancellor for student affairs. The money is part of the $248 million budget the Board of Trustees approved Jan. 30. The next budget year begins June 1.
Mr. Athon goes to Washington
Student leaves to join Bush campaign

The president of TCU’s College Republicans, John Athon, will bypass school for a year to intern for the president’s re-election effort.
John Athon
Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Junior political science major John Athon explains his President Bush campaign internship to SGA president Jay Zeidman.
Other news
Candidate’s life filled with love of politics, teaching

Eating disorder talk tonight

New magazine to premiere
Opinion
What we love, what we hate
Random things that make us happy — or unhappy

Cheers: To our readers who have taken the time to write us letters to the editor. Keep your letters of praise — especially praise — scorn and ridicule coming.
Kid Rock’s stunt makes statement, covered up by Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction

All the buzz about the Super Bowl has hardly been about strategy or scores. The Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake halftime incident has certainly been identified as the play of the game.
Other opinions
TCU’s conference change is about money

Fiji's portrayed inaccurately
Sports
A return to the Run DMC
Lady Frogs are tearing up the court

In some circles, Daniel-Meyer Coliseum is known as the Run DMC. It is uncertain how far those circles extend, but it is an interesting name deserving of some exploration.
Santee shoots Frogs to victory
The Tampa Tribune

Frogs top South Florida to earn their first winning record in Conference USA.
Other sports news
Weekend sports followup


Bailiff accepts head coach job at Texas State
 
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