Tuesday, February 26, 2002



STATE NEWS
FORT WORTH — More than 60 Marines and two Marine tanker aircraft are scheduled to leave the Fort Worth joint reserve base Monday to join the war against terrorism.
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NATIONAL NEWS
SAN DIEGO — A 7-year-old girl who vanished from her home earlier this month is apparently dead, and murder charges will be filed against a neighbor, a prosecutor said Monday.
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Gay students can feel excluded in classroom


WEDNESDAY
High: 45; Low: 24; Mostly sunny

THURSDAY
High: 51; Low: 34; Partly cloudy


1829 — Levi Strauss is born.

1946 — The Lucky Lady II, a B-50 Superfortress, takes off from Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth on the first nonstop flight around the world.

1993 — The World Trade Center in New York City is bombed by terrorists killing six people and injuring over 1,000.

Daniela Munguia/SKIFF STAFF
Ashley Roessner, freshman advertising and public relations major, unlocks her car before venturing out of the freshman parking lot.

Arrest made during car break-in
By Anthony Kirchner
Staff Reporter

TCU police assisted in the arrest of a man early Monday morning as he was breaking into a vehicle in the Ranch Management lot, said J.C. Williams, assistant chief of TCU Police.

Security cameras that were being monitored by TCU police captured and recorded the vehicle burglary taking place, Williams said.
According to an incident report on file at the TCU Police Department, Sgt. Mike Hanvey and dispatcher Archie Evans were observing the ranch management lot on video when they saw the suspect break and enter through the passenger window of a vehicle in the lot.
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Speaker to talk about graphic design
By Raul MartinezIV
Staff Reporter

As the author and co-author of 14 books and more than 150 articles and papers on graphic design and typography, Philip Meggs said he is looking forward to sharing his experiences with the TCU community at a lecture at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in room 132 in Moudy Building North.
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Taking care of business
Job search Web sites become more popular among college students
By Sam Eaton
Staff Reporter

Job search Web sites like (www.monster.com) and (www.hotjobs.com) are being visited more often, but this new form of employment seeking isn’t necessarily improving the job market, said Maria Eisenman, an assistant director at Career Services.
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Lifestyles

Defensive Driving
Various options available for driving courses
By Jill Meninger
Skiff Staff

It was scary. Terrell Carter, a sophomore biology major, said that is how she felt when she saw a police car directly behind her car with its red lights flashing for all the world to see. She said she realized she had not made a complete stop at a stop sign. Therefore, she received a traffic ticket.
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Watching EllieÓ:
A slice-of-life comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus
By Frazier Moore
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — You don’t need “Watching Ellie” as proof. The so-called “Seinfeld” Curse said to plague its co-stars’ follow-up projects is a myth.
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Vampire 'Queen' reigns weekend box office
By David Germain
Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Audiences went vampire hunting as “Queen of the Damned,” featuring the late pop singer Aaliyah as an ancient bloodsucker, debuted as the top weekend movie with $15.2 million.
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