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Friday, December 6, 2002
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Faculty Senate approves core curriculum model
By Amy Johnson
Staff Reporter

The Faculty Senate approved the core curriculum committee’s proposed revision Thursday. A final version of the new core is expected by April 1.


Future of online learning examined
By Colleen Casey
News Editor

Despite the growing number of online courses at some public universities, administrators at TCU said there will not be a significant increase of such classes here.

Photo of Noel Donovan

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Charles Moncrief Chair of Geology Noel Donovan discusses the proposed plan for the new university curriculum requirements with the faculty senate Wednesday afternoon in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center.


Minor sex offenses should be reported

We hear about sex offenders on campus, or near campus, often. The story of the notorious “TCU rapist” is told to freshmen to scare them out of jogging alone at night, and females are often warned to watch their drinks and be wary of the “date rape drug.”

My college lesson: liberals ignore other views, facts
Priya Abraham

Finals are coming, but stressing out over tests isn’t the thing to do
Lauren Cates

Letters to the editor

Students help middle school
teens develop leadership

Student takes informal route to find date for upcoming formal


Lady Frogs play ‘best game,’ trounce SMU
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

Cross-town rival Southern Methodist couldn’t keep up with the Lady Frogs, who got up big and kept it there en route to a 20-point victory.

The Mustangs simply had no answer for Sandora Irvin Tuesday.


Frogs face young, talented Bears Saturday
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

The men’s basketball team takes a trip down I-35 for a Saturday showdown with 4-0 Baylor.

Sandora Irvin
Photographer/Ty Halasz
Sophomore forward Sandora Irvin and the Lady Frogs cruised Thursday night to a 77-57 victory over SMU at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. Irvin had a career-high 27 points, along with 11 rebounds and five blocks.
Frogs bring home three more conference honors

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