TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 17, 2002
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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.
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.
Anti-war hero

Katie Kellogg

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Jack Harris-Bonham, a Brite Divinity School student, was dressed as Civil War Confederate General Stonewall Jackson Wednesday because he didn’t have time to change after an audition. He auditioned to perform his anti-war one-man show, “Stonewall Jackson and the Reunited States of America,” for Young Audiences, a group that performs in area schools.

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