February 22, 2002
PHILADELPHIA Federal authorities kept a close watch on
the Liberty Bell on Thursday after receiving a nonspecific
threat that someone planned to attack it. It was not being closed
to tourists, though.
Oklahoma student dies in shooting
High: 80; Low: 45; Partly cloudy
High: 70; Low: 36; Partly cloudy
Popcorn was introduced to English colonists
Organized baseballs first game was played in San
Frank W. Woolworth opened his first 5 and 10-cent store.
Woolworth opened in Utica, New York. Sales were disappointing
until he moved his operation to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
CUE draft presented
Curricula changes seen as way to reach consensus
By Brandon Ortiz
revised Common Undergraduate Experience draft was presented Thursday
by the Executive Committee to the Faculty Senate in what the documents
framers called a major step toward reaching a consensus among faculty.
service sees increase
TCU police are
on heightened alert since a sexual assault occurred Monday in the
Bellaire Condominiums on Bellaire Drive, said Pam Christian, the
university crime prevention officer.
Life officials have initiated university disciplinary procedures
against seven students involved in an incident at Milton Daniel
Residence Hall late Wednesday night, said Mike Russel, associate
dean of Campus Life Thursday afternoon.
Department says kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl
By Marci King
death of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl should serve
as a cautionary note to all journalists not to take things for granted
or to assume things are proceeding normally, said journalism professor
Anantha Babbili Thursday.
Peter Thompson, a junior religion and economics major, takes
a parachute ride during SuperFrogs birthday celebration.
This event was part of SuperFrogs 43rd 21st birthday
Queen of the Damned needs more muscle
By Al Brumley
be rock n roll music, if you wanna dance with the Queen
of the Damned.
And nothing gets Akasha's sexy belly shakin like Lestats
meager attempt at debbil music.
Thats Lestat as in the band, led by - who else? - the Vampire
Lestat, who has been rattled from a 100-year slumber by the wailing
of amplified guitars and the promise of god-like worship.
reality collides with
By Ryan Eloe
I hope to get
married in the near future. My wife and I will have children, get
a house and make a life for ourselves. I will make sure my kids
are taken care of. My kids will be healthy. Theyll get braces.
Wear nice clean clothes. Celebrate birthdays with streamers, cake
and presents. I will make sure my kids take swimming lessons. Ill
encourage them in their basketball practices, clarinet lessons and
math homework. I will send them off to college, and hope they dont
start doing drugs and dating the wrong type of people.
doesnt evoke emotions
By Roger Moore
is a weirdly off-putting romantic ghost story that never finds that
magical, love-that-transcends-death tone it is aiming for.
life revisited on stage
By John-Mark Day
performance of Red, Hot, and Cole opens unpretentiously
enough, with Jason Loveladys waiter escorting pianist Charles
Whitehead into a society apartment. Whitehead takes the keys and
begins to play the shows overture as the rest of the cast
enters for a party celebrating Cole Porter.
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