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Wednesday, August 27, 2003
A chancellor’s welcome
“Each one of is part of a dynamic learning community.”

While Chancellor Victor Boschini entertained faculty and staff members Tuesday at the university’s annual opening luncheon with personal anecdotes and numerous references to “all y’all,” he also announced two major developments within the university’s administration.


Koehler’s time at TCU is significant

William Koehler, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, announced Tuesday he’ll retire from TCU at the end of this academic year.

Koehler announces retirement plans

Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs William Koehler announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2003-04 academic year after serving as an academic officer at TCU for 24 years.

City police to ticket curb-side parking

Kappa Sigma reinstated after suspension

Staff Demographics

How’s our reporting?

Arnold could ‘terminate’ other candidates for governor

Sports Features
Women’s basketball recruiting class completed

Head Coach Jeff Mittie of the TCU Lady Frog basketball squad completed his recruiting class for the 2003-04 season Tuesday with the signing of Psyché Butler, a local product who attended O.D. Wyatt High School.

Patterson’s call-in radio show changes location

The Gary Patterson Call-In Radio Show has a new home this fall. TCU fans can join Coach Patterson and selected players and coaches 12 times during the 2003 season at Pedro's Trailer Park, located at 2731 White Settlement Road.

Close encounter
All eyes are on the sky as Mars comes closer than it has since Neanderthals looked up.

For a few hours tonight, the view of EarthÕs closest neighbor is going to be the best itÕs been since the Stone Age.

Mars watching

In the stars

Mars mania

Invaders from Mars

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