1989 After 33 years
of Soviet rule, Hungary became an independent republic.
October 23, 2001
awareness to be promoted
By Erin LaMourie
issued an alcohol violation citation, Daniel Herron, a senior political
science major, was required to attend an alcohol awareness course.
Herron said he now understands more about his alcohol limits, but
he doubts other students are aware of the effects alcohol has on
Anton Fomin, a Russian student studying for his piano artist diploma,
warms up for a performance Monday in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium.
finishes fourth and sixth in Ranger Challenge
By Sam Eaton
TCU Army ROTC
teams placed fourth and sixth at the annual Ranger Challenge competition
Friday and Saturday at Fort Hood in Killeen.
Thirty teams from ROTC battalions in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico
competed. Teams from Texas A&Mtook first and second place in
Single mother starts organization for nontraditional
By Jill Sutton
a 31-year-old single mother with a 5-year-old daughter, said she
has been looking for an organization at TCU that fits her needs
as both a student and a parent.
After posting a message on TCU Announce last week, Cunningham has
found at least 18 other nontraditional students who desire the same
warplanes shift focus to Taliban troops
By Robert Burns
Shifting the focus of U.S. airstrikes in Afghanistan from fixed
military targets to Taliban troops is a logical progression toward
the goal of destroying the Taliban and the al-Qaeda terrorist network
they harbor, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Monday.
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