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Tuesday, October 28, 2003
Purple gowns possible

Chancellor Victor Boschini is scheduled to decide today if graduates will be donning purple caps and gowns instead of black. Of the students who participated in an e-mail survey, 70 percent favored a change to purple gowns, but the ultimate decision lies with Chancellor Victor Boschini. He will make the final choice of the color change, which could go into effect at a cabinet meeting today.

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Suzanne Williams, a registered nurse at the Health Center, administers a flu shot to a TCU student Monday afternoon in the Brown-Lupton Health
Eating disorders to be studied

Meredith Hinton, a junior fashion merchandising major, said she sees a big problem with eating disorders, specifically anorexia, at TCU.

Web site will take time to get used to

Class registration for the spring semester is coming up, and one major component will be missing when students go to enroll: FrogNet.
Boston first in airport security improvements

In a move that will no doubt be an achievement in both the areas of thorough security and general public relations, Boston's Logan International Airport will become the first major airport in the United States to electronically screen air cargo.

Army ROTC program deserves more respect

Bush is holding back

Frogs fight for voters’ approval

Through the first seven games of the year, the Horned Frogs were carried by their defense, and the sports media seemed to notice. The knock against the Frogs was that their top rated defense constantly had to bail out their inconsistent offense. Score 38 against Tulane, eke out 13 against Arizona.

Review of Saturday's game

Is Brandon Hassell a backup quarterback? It didn’t look like it Saturday night.

Frogs suffer second straight road loss

Golf team finishes third at Invitational

Frogs move up two in new BCS standings

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