Flowers mark the place where security guard Edward Carson
once worked. Carson was struck and killed Saturday while riding
his bicycle on Odessa Avenue. A memorial service will be held
4 p.m. Friday in Robert Carr Chapel. The accident is currently
of the CUE delayed
By Brandon Ortiz
Faculty decided to put the brakes on the Common Undergraduate Experience
in a meeting Wednesday after reaching a consensus that approval
for the proposed core curriculum was going too fast.
on wages to be discussed
members are pleased with the salary and benefits increases passed
last week by the Board of Trustees, but a decision is still pending
on exactly how long-term non-exempt staff will be compensated.
By David Espo
WASHINGTON Congress is expressing solidarity with President
Bush on his call to press the war on terrorism on new fronts, even
if it means ultimately confronting the states Bush named as the
axis of evil.
tournament scholarship money donated to athletics
Scholarship fund to increase $25,000
By Raul Martinez IV
A $25,000 check was presented to TCU Wednesday from Greenwood Office
Outfitters for last Novembers sponsorship of the Horned Frog
Classic golf tournament.
Accounting Office to sue for document access
By Jesse J. Holland
The General Accounting Office has decided to sue the White
House for access to documents from President Bushs energy
task force, a congressional source told The Associated Press Wednesday.
Friday classes, students shut their books and hit the clubs to get
an early start on their weekends
by John-Mark Day
Students dance Thursday at Cowboys in Arlington.
past midnight Thursday, any Thursday really, and freshman education
major Leanna Gilles has just hit the dance floor at Billy Bobs
Texas for another round of two-stepping. She and the four or five
women who came with her will close the club, then head home and
to sleep, hopefully by 2 a.m. She really should get to bed as soon
as she can. After all, class starts at 8 a.m.
Many TCU students choose to take advantage of Thursday night, despite
class Friday morning.
In college, the weekend starts on Thursday nights, Gilles
Gilles said she usually gets ready at about 10 p.m. and doesnt
even hit the clubs until 11 p.m. She leaves about 1:30 a.m., giving
her enough time to catch some sleep before hitting her 8 a.m. Spanish
Im a little tired (Friday morning), but its not
horrible, Gilles said.
Billy Bobs on Thursday nights has become a tradition for Gilles
and her friends, who said she started going to the club the second
week she was on campus and has gone every week since.
There are lots of college students there (on Thursday nights),
Gilles. Friday and Saturday have more adults.