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Elizabeth Blackwell became the first female officially recognized
as a physician in U.S. history.
The USS Pueblo was engaged in a routine surveillance of
the North Korean coast when it was intercepted by North Korean
The day after her unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate,
Madeline Albright was sworn in as Americas first female
secretary of state by Vice President Al Gore at the White House.
Munger/SKIFF STAFF Crystal Bennett, a sophomore Theater and
English double major looks at the study abroad bulletin in
the Sadler Hall basement Tuesday afternoon.
abroad stays stable
By Laura McFarland
a short time after Sept. 11, Sarah Hollabaugh, a sophomore business
major, considered canceling her plans to study abroad at la Universidad
de San Luis in Madrid, Spain. Then she started researching the programs
safety measures and decided she wasnt going to let fear keep
her from having a wonderful experience, Hollabaugh said.
e-mail criticizes proposed CUE
By Brandon Ortiz
an open e-mail to TCU faculty, 15 professors called for a reevaluation
of the proposed Common Undergraduate Experience because they say
it lacks emphasis in the areas of humanities.
remain to make
By Jaime Walker
students were dropped from classes by the Registrars Office
Saturday for failing to pay their minimum balances by Jan. 18 and
have not made contact with the university, Controller Cheryl Wilson
said Tuesday evening.
traditional but not alone
Whether seeking a second degree or starting college
for the first time, more and more adults are entering the world
of higher-education, and at TCU its no exception.
By Jessica Sanders
TCU seems to
represent the typical college life: a residential campus with lush
green lawns, classical-looking buildings, fresh-faced students experiencing
typical college life. But in the middle of this idyllic stereotype,
there are some students who dont fit the mold.
Photo Illustration by Blair Busch
Brandi Smith, a 28-year-old junior elementary education major, finds
time to study even with the responsibilities of a wife and mother
of two, 6 year-old Kara (left) and 7-year-old Kayla (middle). I
have trained my body to function on little sleep, Smith said.
I usually dont even attempt to study until about 10