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Friday, September 13, 2002
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Wedgwood not to hold special service

Wedgwood Baptist Church is trying to move on three years after a gunman killed seven people, including a TCU alumna.

Al Meredith

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Al Meredith, senior pastor of Wedgewood Baptist Church, was officiating services the night of the shootings, Sept. 15, 1999.
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A MISSION
Ferrari beseeches all of us to do more
COMMENTARY

We have a unique opportunity, or so Chancellor Michael Ferrari said Thursday at the annual Fall Convocation address.
Fund raising, setting sound budget tops Ferrari’s list of goals at Fall Convocation

The Chancellor outlines six objectives to accomplish in his last year at TCU. Donald Jackson receives the Chancellor’s Award for distinguished teaching and Kay Higgins receives the Wassenich award for mentoring.

Local business booms after expanding services

Lilypad Festival to have bands, women’s groups

Ladies, take aggressive steps to protect yourselves

Students don’t get moneys’ worth

Sports Features
Keeping it at Home
Horned Frogs looks to corral Mustangs

Playing their traditional rivalry game in Fort Worth for the first time since 1999, the TCU fooball team looks to beat SMU and maintain the Iron Skillet for the fourth consecutive year.

Frog Football

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Head coach Gary Pattersons celebrates last year’s 38-10 victory over SMU in Dallas. The Frogs hope this will be the scene at Amon Carter Stadium on Saturday night.
Examining the legacy of Chancellor Ferrari
University has lofty goals after ambitious expansion

In his time here, Chancellor Michael Ferrari has helped raise the university’s prestige through various efforts including fund-raising drives, the Commission on the Future of TCU and raising student enrollment. Ferrari will retire at the end of this school year.
Hopes high despite loss of runners

Head coach Derrick Koonts and his teams both hope for a repeat of last year’s USA Conference.
Campus more diverse after rise in minority enrollement

Chancellor Michael Ferrari’s push to enroll more minorities has had some success. The number of black and Hispanic students have increased slightly.
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Who to Watch

Freshman trio paces men’s golf team

Volleyball team plays at home in tournament

 

After slew of changes, class of ‘97 may not recognize parts of TCU
COMMENTARY

When Chancellor Ferrari leaves TCU in May, students will be graduating who entered TCU the same time he did.

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