Tuesday, February 5, 2002



COLLEGE STATION — Texas A&M University’s nearly century-old bonfire tradition — on hold since a deadly collapse in 1999 — will not be resurrected this fall, the school’s president said Monday.
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HOUSTON — Kenneth Lay resigned Monday from Enron Corp.’s board of directors, cutting his last tie beyond stock ownership to the company he nurtured for 16 years before it collapsed in U.S. history’s biggest bankruptcy.
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WEDNESDAY:
High: 41; Low: 29; Light snow in the morning

THURSDAY:
High: 62; Low: 37; Mostly sunny

 

Erin Munger/SKIFF STAFF
TCU groundskeepers Cayetano Solis and Fabian Dominguez up-root a tree as part of the renovation of the Moudy Building atrium Monday.

Atrium being improved
By Alisha Wassenaar
Staff Reporter

Aesthetic improvements to the Moudy Building Atrium began Monday and will be finished in approximately two weeks if the weather permits, said Robert Sulak, assistant director of landscaping and grounds.


Don Mills, vice chancellor of student affairs, said he is in support of the project for both safety and aesthetic reasons.

Kaveh Nezafati, chairman of the Permanent Improvements Committee of the Student Government Association, said the main purpose for refurbishing the atrium is for the safety of students.
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Bellaire Drive undergoes major repairs
Students and neighbors inconvenienced by construction
By Anthony Kirchner
Staff Reporter

A local resident could think of nothing to do but sing as construction crews did street work in front of her home on Bellaire Drive last week.
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Students to design Web sites
Non-profit organizations to benefit from e-business projects
By Sam Eaton
Staff Reporter

Free Web pages designed by e-business students will be provided to Fort Worth area non-profit organizations as a part of the final project for the students’ last e-business class.
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Technology

Who are the people in your network neighborhood?
By Jessica Sanders
Skiff Staff

In this computer literate age, there is still something that perplexes many TCU students. What is a Network Neighborhood? Consequently, the “My Network Places” icon remains untouched on desktops all over campus.
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Stealing music creates no remorse
Commentary by Ryan Eloe

When I was in high school, I copied some songs onto an cassette tape for my girlfriend. I didn’t pay the artist any royalties. I am a copyright violator and she was my accomplice in crime.
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