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Members of Phi Delta Theta present the American and Texas flags prior to home football games. The Skiff misidentified the fraternity in a photo caption Tuesday.

Dale Guldan - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

President George W. Bush speaks to a crowd gathered at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Ill. Thursday. The airport has resumed many of its daily flights.

Today in history

1982 — The first of
seven deaths was reported in the Chicago area
from Tylenol capsules
laced with cyanide.

Friday, September 28, 2001

Milton Daniel has new visitation hours
By Aaron Chimbel
Staff Reporter

The men of Milton Daniel Hall approved new visitation hours, by a vote of 241-16 Wednesday, said Hall Director Artist Thornton.
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TCU LEAPS lacks funding, but still running
By Erin LaMourie
Staff Reporter

Insufficient organization, leadership and funding could not prevent Saturday’s community service event, TCU LEAPS, from taking place, Brian Wood, co-director of TCU LEAPS and Student Government Association president said.

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Back To Basics
Terrorist attacks leading Muslims to explain their faith
By Erin Munger
Staff reporter

The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 captured the attention of nations around the world. The attacks and President Bush’s declaration of war on terrorism also drew attention to the Muslim community in the United States.
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Taliban says it knows bin Laden’s location
By Laura King
Associated Press

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban have advised Osama bin Laden of a clerical decision urging him to leave the country voluntarily, the Afghan ambassador in Pakistan said Thursday, acknowledging that the Taliban know his location.
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Not your typical dinner and a movie
By Emily Turner
Skiff Staff
Nestled amongst coffee shops, restaurants and boutiques, Angelika Film Center in east Dallas provides film patrons a unique movie experience.

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Playwright Milne finds self in theater
Skiff Staff

When she was 10 years old, Kathleen Anderson Milne attended a Broadway showing of “Pippin” in New York. She did not know then that experiencing a theater production would change her life forever.
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Movie review
Poetic ‘Hedwig’ deserves mainstream showings

Music review
Jay Z’s latest album consistent with ego

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