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Tuesday, December 2, 2003
Fans go all out for Kansas game

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum exceeded capacity Monday night with 7,267 TCU students, alumni, national press and former NBA stars who were eager to watch the matchup between the Frogs and No. 1-ranked Kansas.
Full House

Fans at home game

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A full student section was one of the reasons Daniel-Meyer Coliseum hosted 7,267 fans for Monday night’s Kansas game.
New class to study international cuisine
Course to focus on culture in Spain, France

magine a class that takes place in various markets throughout France and Spain, in which students are required to sample local cuisine. Each (country) is unique and each culture has a different food relationship,” said Lyn Dart, assistant nutrition professor. “(Food is) like a celebration of what they do.”
Frogs to play in Fort Worth Bowl

FORT WORTH — TCU is staying home to play its bowl game. The 19th-ranked Horned Frogs (11-1), who turned down an invitation from the GMAC Bowl because it conflicts with final exams at the school, accepted an invitation Monday night to play in the inaugural Fort Worth Bowl against an undetermined opponent.

Chi Alpha praises God with dance

Shoppers focus on bargains

Program to offer four-year degree


Editorial cartoon


Students need more time to rest

It is something that all college students don’t mind writing down in their jam-packed day planners. Winter break. It’s a time to put classes behind us and focus on the good things in life: Sleep, holidays, sleep, family, no homework and did we mention sleep?

Proper steps should be taken to control spam

GOP against equal rights

Nudity does not have to be associated with sexuality

Frogs happy to squeak by SMU

Winless teams need a few things to finally win a game. Saturday in Dallas, TCU gave the Mustangs the one thing that can carry a team to victory: hope. The Frogs, coming off a devastating loss to Southern Mississippi, and the Mustangs, winless on the year, wanted nothing more than a win to put a positive spin on their respective seasons.
Frogs fall to Kansas, host first-ever No. 1-ranked team

FORT WORTH — Keith Langford scored 24 points on 9-of-10 shooting in his homecoming and sparked the game-deciding run in the second half to lead No. 1 Kansas to an 85-66 victory over TCU on Monday night.

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Kansas forward Bryant Nash dribbles past sophomore forward Chudi Chinweze Monday night in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

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