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Friday, October 3, 2003
A hint of Italy

An aroma of Italy filled the second floor of the Student Center Thursday night.

The scent led to the Chancellor’s Dining Room, where local chefs Zolon Wilkins III and Carl MacPherson prepared a demonstration and tasting.

Event photo

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Head chef and owner Zolon Wilkins prepares food for the demo in The Main’s kitchen.
Vice president trend continues

For most of his 17 years at TCU, Student Government Association adviser Larry Markley said people leaving executive positions in SGA was not a problem.
CORRECTIONS

In the Oct. 3 column, “Alumnus honored us with his time and life,” the name of the deceased alumnus should have read Capt. Tristan Aitken.

In the Oct. 3 “Hot Spots” calendar on the features page, it should have read “Hal Holbrook in ‘Mark Twain Tonight!’”
Opinion
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PRIDE

Attend the TCU versus Army game
COMMENTARY

Whether we agree or disagree on the cause or justification of the war on Iraq, all Americans should be unanimous in support of the troops who risk everything to defend our cause.
Alumnus honored us with his time and life
Football game dedicated to former Frog
COMMENTARY

Tomorrow’s football game seems routine to many. This Saturday, our school’s mighty Horned Frogs will be facing Army’s Black Knights at Amon Carter Stadium. The fact is, TCU is not just playing another football game. While we are simply watching the game, many of our nation’s soldiers are fighting in Afghanistan, Iraq or other dangerous places far from home.

Now is best for travel

If you were Chancellor for a day, what would you do first?

Sports
TCU vs. Army

Football photo

Saturday 6:05 p.m.
Amon Carter Stadium
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Harrell prepared to step up again

With every passing week, the Frogs have a new hero step up and lead the team to victory.
Last week, it was junior wide receiver Reggie Harrell’s turn.

Harrell contributed to the Frogs 13-10 overtime victory over Arizona with four receptions for 127 yards and one touchdown.

The Edge

Key matchup

TCU/ESPN announces broadcast changes

Tennis to compete in two events this weekend


Frogs back in action at Stillwater, Okla.

Features
Under the Tuscan Sun
Diane Lane shines brightly in 'Under the Tuscan Sun'

Does the gray Hanover weather have you down, and it’s not even snowing yet? Do picturesque ocean sides, fields of beautiful poppies, and sunlight filtering over the ancient fountains and villas of Italy sound good to you? If so, I suggest you go watch “Under the Tuscan Sun” right away. It may not be a classic, but definitely a must-see film.
Play review
Agnes of God

Passions ignite as secrets unfold and bind the women of “Agnes of God.”

The cast of three, Leah Carithers-Jeffers, Monique Lara and Jessica McClendon, treated a nearly-full house to an evening of misdirection and revelation in its opening performance Wednesday.

Music reviews

Hot spots

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