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Tuesday, September 9, 2003

Higher Learning
Program numbers highest ever

Evan Chen said he is excited about beginning his English class through Extended Education.

“English is not my native language,” said Chen, a researcher in the physics department. “I need to work on it, and now I can.”

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Keri Kitto, a third grade teacher at Westcliff Elementary School sketches out the alphabet written in calligraphy Monday night in Winton-Scott Hall.
TCU attracts Fort Worth ISD grads,

Dora Suarez’s face could be seen all over Fort Worth last spring.

NewsBriefs
Israeli professor discusses humor in Bible with Brite students

The Disciples of Christ ministry is overcoming language barriers as the Korean Studies program at Brite Divinity School begins its second year in corroboration with the San Francisco Theological Seminary.

Brite enriches Korean-speaking students

The Disciples of Christ ministry is overcoming language barriers as the Korean Studies program at Brite Divinity School begins its second year in corroboration with the San Francisco Theological Seminary.

Opinion
TheSkiffView
LEARN

Enrichment the focus of program
COMMENTARY

TCU has long-standing ties with the Fort Worth community, and the Extended Education program is another example of the good relations.
YourView
Letters to the editor
Headline on story about chairman misleading


Offensive linemen deserve more attention

Local changes upsetting
COMMENTARY

I would think that anyone who has driven through the Cultural District in the past month would have noticed the drastic changes taking place.
Sports
Making The Grade
Frogs return after weak first half

QUARTERBACK: B -/+
Sophomore Tye Gunn was much more active on the ground against Navy, carrying the ball 14 times for 57 yards. The Frogs offense, especially Gunn, were stagnant the first half.
Frog fans flock for season opener against Midshipmen
COMMENTARY

The football team’s season home opener Saturday night had a refreshing feel to it. For the first time in a while, a game at Amon Carter Stadium had the atmosphere of a big-time college football game.
Frogs defeat Tech 1-0

After 90 minutes of scoreless soccer and six minutes of sudden-death overtime, the Frogs finally broke through to grab their first win at home Sunday.

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