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Friday, November 21, 2003
So close

TCU students found some unusual places to watch the Frogs take on Southern Mississippi in a roller coaster ride of a game.

Frog fans

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Senior education major Steve Witt anxiously watches the football game on a projection screen Thursday night at the Tom Brown-Pete Wright Residential Community.
Insurance costs set to increase

For the past seven years, Andrea Heitz has worn an insulin pump to give her insulin 24 hours a day instead of giving herself shots.
Retreat awakens faith

Students from every denomination on campus are coming together this weekend to grow in their own faith and beliefs, said Nick Breaux, a senior international marketing major.

Business school focuses on ethics

Young, local band to release CD

Opinion
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RESPECT

Take the time to remember Kennedy
COMMENTARY

Saturday is the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, although many students may not realize it — or even care.
“Extras” are ruining the movie experience
COMMENTARY

Movies used to be so much simpler.

You went to the theater and sat down. The movie ran. When the movie was over, it was over. Stories were self-contained and limited to a few hours. Technology provided a physical restraint on creativity.

Advice to graduating seniors on how to plan for the future

Class advice proves helpful

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

Sports
Frogs fight hard, but fall short

HATTIESBURG, Miss. — TCU can forget about the BCS.

Any debate about whether the 10th-ranked Horned Frogs belonged in a major bowl ended Thursday night when their frantic, fourth-quarter rally failed in a 40-28 loss to Southern Mississippi.
Loss shouldn’t overshadow team success
COMMENTARY

Thursday night was to be the night of nights.

TCU was supposed to establish its mark on the national landscape by defeating Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg.

Making the Grade

Features
Where were you on November 22, 1963?

People who were alive Nov. 22, 1963 can remember exactly where they were when President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas. We’ve asked some TCU community members for their stories, and how they reacted to the tragic event that was the equivalent of a modern-day Sept. 11.
Lost Library Treasures

Locked and stored in the depths of the basement of the Mary Couts Burnett Library are books concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. These books are stored in the Jim Wright Collection and the Marguerite Oswald Collections. For a listing of the available books, please click the link above.
Wright reflects on experience

On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy’s day began with the sound of raindrops falling on the streets of downtown Fort Worth.

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