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Thursday, October 2, 2003
Life goes on
Best-selling author relates story of recovery from Sept. 11 attack

Families who lost loved ones on Sept. 11 continue to love, laugh and dance, author Gail Sheehy said at the Fogelson Honors Forum Wednesday night.


Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Best-selling author Gail Sheehy speaks on the effects of Sept. 11 in a suburb of New Jersey called Middletown.
Bill Richardson to speak at symposium

New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, whom many people consider to be a possible Democratic candidate for vice president, will be on campus Friday to discuss political representation at the second Jim Wright Symposium.
Plan devised to fund construction
Campaign could raise as much as $230 million

University Advancement officials are preparing to start a public campaign to raise $230 million to pay for existing and planned campus construction projects.
Greeks prominent on campus
TCU’s Greek scene ranked 15th in country

When Stephen Gebren, a senior speech communication major, first transferred from Louisiana State University two years ago, he said he was overwhelmed by the strong Greek presence on campus.

Don’t let opportunities pass you by

Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson offered insight into a variety of health issues.
Opinions from around the country
Do-not-call list does not violate free speech

It’s 8:30 p.m. on a Sunday night and the phone rings. He mispronounces your name and asks for Mr. or Mrs. when you are not married.

Accepting failure makes you a better person

Mainstream media fails to encourage a more active life

Work your way up ladder


Soccer Photo

Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
Junior midfielder Cara Toulouse fights to get possession of the ball against a Saint Louis forward in the Frogs’ 3-2 victory against the Billikens Sunday.
Frogs to play on road
Soccer tries to boost 5-4
overall record

After opening up its home conference schedule last weekend with two victories, the TCU women’s soccer team will try to keep on winning this weekend at the Stanford Tournament in Palo Alto, Calif.
Hobbs questionable for Saturday’s game

Although the football team’s victory over Arizona Saturday marked the first ever win for a Conference USA team against a PAC-10 foe, the growing list of injuries that continues to plague the Frogs remained the only topic on everyone’s mind at this week’s media luncheon with head coach Gary Patterson Tuesday.

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