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Friday, November 14, 2003
Violinist visits
Renowned musician performs with TCU String Orchestra

A concert violinist made his third trip to the United States from Italy to perform with the TCU String Orchestra Wednesday and Thursday.


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Alberto Martini performs the “Concerto in A major D. 96” by Tartini Thursday night at the Orchestra Hall in Fort Worth. Martini was invited by music director German Gutierrez to teach TCU students.
Violations trigger re-election

Campaign violations in the Student Government Association elections have resulted in a presidential re-election, fines and one candidate’s dismissal, SGA adviser Larry Markley said Thursday.
Game day festivities to celebrate heritage

TCU will celebrate Western Heritage Day as part of the TCU-Cincinnati game day festivities with live music, luncheon, contests, exhibitions and giveaways Saturday.
MBA program to compete with Southern Methodist

The M.J. Neeley School of Business’s MBA program will “really have to compete” to offset gains made by Southern Methodist University’s off-campus MBA program at Lockheed Martin, Dean Robert Lusch said Thursday.

Fort Worth stands behind the Frogs

The TCU community is behind the Frogs, and so, it appears, is the rest of Fort Worth.

As the success of TCU’s nationally ranked football team grows, so is the faith in our team. But let’s face it, a good portion of the nation refuses to believe that the Frogs are BCS quality. But with some great playing and a lot of support, we think TCU is going to prove them wrong.
SGA fee should go to visible improvements

Tuesday, I voted not to vote for student government this semester.

In my three and a half years at TCU, I have contributed around $210 toward the Student Government Association at TCU, and I continue to ask, along with most of my friends and acquaintances, “What do they even do?”

Quotes we ran that made you think ... or laugh

What do you think of the SGA presidential election controversy?

Frogs in top 10 despite weak defense

Times are good for TCU football.

The team has cracked the top 10 in both The Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Coaches poll, and the top six of the Bowl Championship Standings. The offense is averaging more than 400 yards a game, and the team is on air waves and televisions across the country as it stands on the verge of making history.
Men’s basketball to play EA Sports squad

The TCU men’s basketball team concludes their two-game exhibition slate when they face the EA Sports Southwest All-Stars tonight.

Basketball Special

The Edge

TCU-Cincinnati game to be webcast on ESPN

Key Matchup

RadioShack supports Horned Frogs in lights

Master and Commander
Crowe expands horizons in epic ‘Commander’

In Russell Crowe’s latest epic, “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,” the Australian born megastar adds humor to his macho on-screen persona to give the film a human quality that hasn’t been explored in subsequent movies.

Play Review
On the Town

“New York, New York it’s a wonderful town!”

Theatre TCU presents “On the Town” this weekend in Ed Landreth auditorium.

CD Reviews

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