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Thursday, October 17, 2002
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Opinion
Series of firsts lead Susan Estrich to Ed Landreth

Susan Estrich, the first woman to manage a presidential campaign, will speak at the Gates of Chai Lectureship tonight.
Stringing along

Katie Kellogg

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Katie Kellogg plays in the Bistro Burnett Wednesday in Mary Couts Burnett Library for a new program “Bistro Unplugged.” The program takes place from 3 to 4 p.m. every other Wednesday and 4 to 5 p.m. every other Thursday to promote the library’s bistro ambiance.
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Finally
Put students courtside
COMMENTARY

When TCU's new basketball season opens, fans may see something unexpected on the floor: students.
Students don’t fear sniper attack

Students interning in Washington say the sniper attacks have not changed their lives because they don’t think they will be attacked within the city.

Falwell's remarks hurt peace efforts

Today's shows lacking key to greatness: theme songs


Procrastination all too often a way of life for most university students

Sports Features
Soft-spoken back making loud plays
True freshman running back Lonta Hobbs is making the transition seem smooth from high school 3A football to Division I.

Success has come individually for Lonta Hobbs, but his experience at TCU is one of the firsts where success has come as a team.

hobbs

Photographer/Simon Lopez
True freshman running back Lonta Hobbs (shown in his debut against Houston) has impressed Frog coaches and players, running for 157 yards and two touchdowns in his first two college games.
eRecruiting makes dreaded job search easier
eRecruiting gives students a chance to post résumés in an online database.


For many anxious seniors, the thought of an upcoming graduation — in the face of a flailing economy and a possible war with Iraq — brings a new urgency to prepare for the dreaded job search. Some are confused about where to start. Some have already printed up their business cards. But seniors, juniors or even ambitious sophomores and freshmen can benefit now from putting their résumé online through Career Services.
Men’s soccer team lose to Blazers despite late-half surge

The men’s soccer team dropped the first of three straight home matches Wednesday, losing to Conference USA foe Alabama-Birmingham, 4-0.
Basketball teams to kick off season with Frog Madness

Men’s head coach Neil Dougherty and women's head coach Jeff Mittie will be unveiling their 2002-03 basketball teams to the public at the first-ever Frog Madness Basketball Tip-off Event at 7 p.m. Friday in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

 

Silent treatment from spouse can ruin relations, psychologists say

After decade-long odyssey, Silberling strikes gold with ‘Moonlight Mile’

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