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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Sculpture celebrates risk

Business and art collided Monday afternoon in front of the Steve and Sarah Smith Entrepreneurs Hall.

Artist Márton Váró, faculty and administrators dedicated a marble sculpture entitled “15 Cubes.”

Váró, the artist who created the sculpture, said he is happy to have his sculpture displayed at TCU and that it was his first time to see the sculpture fully assembled and on display.


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Robert Lusch, dean of the M.J. Neeley School of Business, speaks at the presenting of Márton Váró’s sculpture, “15 cubes.” Varo also designed the angels on the exterior of Bass Hall in downtown Fort Worth.
New play provokes controversy

Three women, connected by pregnancies, secrets and Catholicism, are at the center of an ethical debate that makes them question their faith in the theater department’s season-opening production, “Agnes of God.”

On the Sept. 30 sports page, the TCU women’s soccer player photographed was sophomore Elizabeth Walsh.
Author to speak about Sept. 11

America is part of the world of horror, and it is not separated from anyplace else by oceans, author Gail Sheehy said Monday.

NFL should not lower requirements

Maurice Clarett is taking a stand against the NFL before he even runs his first professional play. Should he emerge triumphant, the consequences for what might be America’s favorite sport could be extreme.
Forget the lobbyists

It’s been an interesting few weeks for special interests in politics. The recent pandering in Texas and California was no surprise, given how much power lobbyists have these days.

New presidential candidate’s politics seem wishy-washy

Blame game must stop

Crossing University Drive needs to be safer

Multiple injuries plague Frogs

From the outside looking in, it appears as though the Frogs are destined for disaster.

After losing their top three offensive weapons, the Frogs managed to defeat Vanderbilt two weeks ago and arrived in Arizona for a showdown with the Wildcats. They barely survived and came away with a 13-10 victory in overtime. The victory proved to be a costly one as two more key players, safety Marvin Godbolt and receiver Quentily Harmon, suffered injuries.
Making the grade
Individual successes overshadow team letdowns

Home sweep home

Szabo awarded C-USA Player of the Week

Menichini, Gallman defeated by Baylor

Tennis players fall in finals of Invitational

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