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Thursday, November 20, 2003
SGA election down to two

And your Student Government Association president is ... going to be decided in a runoff election Friday. None of the four candidates garnered 51 percent of the vote required for SGA officer elections, so the top two candidates, Jay Zeidman and Blake Eason, will face off in one more election.
Headed To Hattiesburg

Football Players

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Senior defensive end Robert Pollard (left) and junior quarterback Brandon Hassell make their way to two buses waiting to shuttle them and the rest of the Frogs to Fort Worth’s Meacham Field Wednesday afternoon for their flight to Hattiesburg, Miss. TCU takes on Southern Miss tonight at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN.
Grants encourage student leadership

This fall, three Leadership Curriculum Development grants are funding courses in the English, history and education departments, said Cyndi Walsh, director of the TCU Leadership Center.
Annual smokeout day
Students to learn risks of smoking, benefits of quitting

Today is the 27th annual Great American Smokeout, an event geared toward educating the public on the health risks associated with tobacco use and the benefits of quitting.
Students want longer breaks

TCU’s winter break is 22 days long this year. Two years ago, it was 30 days.
Chris Kotze, a sophomore kinesiology major and a swimmer for the TCU men’s swim team, said it takes him 24 hours of flying to get to his home country of South Africa.
Opinion
TheSkiffView
QUIT

Stop smoking today, not later
COMMENTARY

To all of you out there who vow time and time again that you aren’t addicted to cigarettes, here’s your opportunity to prove it.
TheOtherView
Now is time for Bush to fix mistake, end tariffs

COMMENTARY

The World Trade Organization ruled Monday that U.S. steel tariffs are illegal and ordered the taxes terminated “without delay.” The European Union has threatened to start a massive trade war if the United States refuses.

Dishonesty in SGA election hurts reputation and trust

Walking to class keeps you healthy, does your body good

Driving drunk simply not worth risk

Sports
Former backups key to winning season
‘Unknowns’ lead Frogs into national spotlight, to possible 11-0 season

A Conference USA game will never mean as much on the national level as tonight’s showdown between the TCU Horned Frogs and the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

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