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Friday, October 18, 2002
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It’s official: students can sit court-side this basketball season

Athletic director Eric Hyman confirmed Thursday that students will get to sit court-side during basketball games at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Estrich talks on growth of Jewish identity in America

Susan Estrich said Jews need to recommit themselves to Jewish values in the Gates of Chai lecture.
‘Heal the Hate’ founder gives luncheon speech on diversity

The Chancellor’s Council on Diversity sponsored the talk from Regina Nicholson. The speech promoted acceptance of other peoples.
Sporting the issue

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Brittany Hafner, a freshman early education major, speaks with Ric Renner from Fox Sports News. Fox Sport News will have an upcoming segment about football and were on campus asking students what they thought of TCU football.
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Frogs look to repeat last year’s victory

The Frogs play Saturday at Louisville, beginning a stretch of tough games that will determine if the team will win its first Conference USA title.

Baseball announces 2003 schedule for new stadium

TCU head baseball coach Lance Brown has announced the Horned Frogs’ 2003 schedule. The 56-game regular-season schedule includes 29 games at Lupton Stadium, the new home of the Frogs,and Williams-Reilly Field.

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The Frog defense sacked Cardinal quarterback Dave Ragone nine times in last season’s game. The two teams face off again Saturday.

Women’s soccer team fights for a postseason berth today

The women’s soccer team plays at home today against South Florida, in a game the team needs to win for a shot at the postseason.

Volleyball team hopes to avenge loss

The Frogs were beaten by the Houston Cougars only a few weeks ago, and many want revenge.

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Who to Watch

Three Keys to Victory

Louisville presents a big football challenge

 

 

 

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