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Wednesday, October 30, 2002
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Opinion
Colby Halloween celebrates 30th year

Children trick-or-treated, sipped on lemonade, played in a “Bouncy House” and saw a Fort Worth fire truck Tuesday at the 30th annual Colby Halloween.

Photo of Colby Halloween

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Freshman Ashley Bigbee leads children through the basement-turned-haunted house at the 30th annual Colby Halloween in Colby Hall.n
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CRITIQUE
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COMMENTARY

Cheers to Colby Halloween in its 30th year of trick-or-treating tradition, and especially for including the students from the Rise School this year.

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Young Voters program provides information about election

Scholarship program allows for more diversity

Sadly, printed news being replaced

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Fine Arts program did smashing job at ‘An Evening of Gershwin’ recital

Sports Features
Frogs have new worry in Derrick Nix

The Frogs avoided having to face Derrick Nix last season, arguably Southern Miss’ best player. That will not be the case on Wednesday.

Photo of Derrick Nix

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Senior running back Derrick Nix will be one of the primary concerns for the Frogs when they take on Southern Miss tonight at Amon Carter Stadium.
Loaded Moses’ debut CD is sure to make anyone want to rock ‘n’ roll

Loaded Moses might be a local rock band now, but has the potential to be more.

Frogs, Golden Eagles have much in common

Key Matchup

Three Keys to Victory

 

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