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Tuesday, September 24, 2002
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Montgomery indicted for capital murder

As former TCU football player was indicted Friday on charges of capital murder for the death of his 16-month-old daughter. Montgomery is currently free on $100,000 bail. It is unknown whether prosecutors will seek the death penalty.
Singing solo

Amy Render

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Senior marketing major Amy Render performed her original song, “Mystery,” Friday at the Family Weekend Variety Show.
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TCU LEAPS offers opportunity
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For two hours Saturday, TCU LEAPS will send students to volunteer for 35 agencies by landscaping, walking dogs, visiting nursing home residents and performing other community services.
Preparation for urban teachers a main concern for educators

Education professors are bringing urban education concerns into the classrooms to better prepare future teachers for the field.

Student surprised to find voicing opinion to university higher-ups easy

American invasion of Iraq not unethical

Sports  
Women’s soccer team fails to score big in league opener

The women’s soccer team opened its conference schedule at home this weekend, with unsuccessful results.
Bummed Out

Soccer players

Photographer/Ty Halasz
The men’s soccer team sits in disgust after a 8-1 defeat by SMU on Friday.

 

Men’s soccer suffers 8-1 defeat to cross-town rival

The TCU men’s soccer team fell to SMU 8-1 Friday at Wescott Field in Dallas.
Volleyball team unable to win match at Clemson

It was a disappointing weekend for the volleyball team, as the Frogs lost all three of their matches at the Clemson Invitational.

Defense, special teams play critical role in Frogs 16-10 victory on Family Weekend

Redshirt freshman Gunn enters tied game after Stilley is injured; plays safe, impressive game

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