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Today in history

1945 — The United Nations charter took effect at the San Francisco Conference with 51
countries joining together.

Wednesday, October 24, 2001

Legal counsel available to students at no charge
By Kristin Delorantis
Staff Reporter

When Amanda Borowczak’s sister received a ticket for violating open container laws, Borowczak said she wished she could have spoken with someone to tell her about her sister’s rights.

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Colby Hall gears up for trick-or-treaters
By Aaron Chimbel
Staff Reporter

Radio-TV-film instructor Chuck LaMendola says he has a reputation for being tough, but students will get to see a different side of him tonight when he is with his 9- and 5-year-old daughters at Colby Halloween.

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Fort Worth thinking about oil, gas drilling
By James Zwilling
Staff Reporter

Neighborhood leaders, oil and gas industry executives and real estate developers opened dialogue Monday on a proposed ordinance to allow oil and gas drilling and production in Fort Worth.

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Mix master

David Dunai/SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER

Jason Barr, a junior marketing major, puts out music over the air waves of KTCU Monday.

 

 

 

  Lifestyles

Staff member finds new home, life in America
By Antoinette Vega
Skiff Staff

Maria Teresa Balcazar is the reason the second floor of Moudy Building South is always looking its best.
For 16 years, Balcazar has been the housekeeper for the second floor of the building.
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Perspectivas nuevas, vidas nuevas
By Antoinette Vega
Skiff Staff

“Si todos en esa universidad trabajaron tan duro como Teresa, nosotros seríamos la Harvard del suroeste”, dijo el Jack Raskopf, professor asociado del periodismo.
Maria Teresa Balcazar es la razón que el edificio de Moudy Sur siempre luce bien.
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Student finds different perspective of life in move to Venezuela
By Mark Lewis
Skiff Staff

While the children laughed and played in the street far below, a lonely teenager looked out her apartment window at a panoramic view of Caracas, Venezuela, and she started to sob.
Freshman Jackie Ghattas, then 15 years old, longed for her home a continent away, in North America.
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