University sets $108,000 goal for United Way fund-raising
By Jacque Petersell
TCU administrative assistant Lou Grouver said she appreciated assistance
provided by the American Red Cross after a fire destroyed her Stonegate
Villas apartment Sept. 16.
a computer may become mandatory
By Jordan Blum
TCU is in the early planning stages of requiring students to purchase
computers that meet minimum acceptance requirements. Assistant Provost
for Information Services Dave Edmondson said he hopes the program
will increase students technological abilities.
The Red Baron made his first appearance
in the Peanuts comic
strip with the defender
of all good, Snoopy.
say U.S. unchallenged in Afghan air space
Third day of attacks crushes
Taliban air defenses;Bush criticizes Congress for leaking information
By Ron Fournier
WASHINGTON The United States hit Afghanistan with a third
day of airstrikes, crushing Taliban air defenses, radars, and airports
to the extent that American warplanes can fly unchallenged night
and day, the Pentagon said Tuesday. The skies are
shows the different sides of war
By Jordan Blum
Religion Professor Yushau Sodiq compared the United States
retaliatory strikes against Afghanistan as an elephant fighting
gets a touch of class
Story by Kristina Iodice
There is a new
store in North Texas, and Fort Worth has never seen anything like
Grocery shopping isnt usually high on anyones to-do
list, but H-E-Bs newest Central Market, which opens today
on Hulen Street and Interstate 30 in the Chapel Hill Shopping Center,
is a 76,000-square-foot theme park for food.
It isnt about one-stop shopping. It doesnt sell pet
food, major brand-named beers or hardware that are usually found
in ordinary grocery stores.
to the skiff