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Friday, October 26, 2001

Slow your roll

Erin Munger/PHOTO EDITOR
Officer Ken Bretches of the Fort Worth Police Department Motorcycle Unit checks the speeds of motorists on University Drive. Fort Worth police are cracking down on hazardous driving near student crossings.

Two students accept expulsion for drug violations
By James Zwilling
Staff Reporter

Two male Brachman Hall residents, temporarily suspended for drug violations Monday, accepted expulsion Thursday, Associate Dean of Campus Life Mike Russel said. A female student also temporarily suspended is still under investigation, he said.
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Campus Briefs

Corrections

Int’l students’ past subject to INS searches
By Sarah McClellan
Staff Reporter

Immigration and Naturalization Services will implement a database tracking the background of international students, while American students do not face such scrutiny because of protection under federal law.
Laws that protect students’ privacy don’t apply to international students, said Eyleen Schmidt, an INS spokeswoman.
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Grad program helping Fort Worth
By Jordan Blum
Staff Reporter

A four-member team of master’s in business administration students involved in the M.B.A Enterprises program are working for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce to determine how Tarrant County should market to technology companies in the future, said Jan Titsworth, director of M.B.A. Enterprises.
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Area case urges TCU meningitis awareness
By Aaron Chimbel
Staff Reporter

A University of North Texas student from Fort Worth was hospitalized with meningococcal meningitis Sept. 22, but no cases of the disease have been reported at TCU, TCU Health Center Director John Terrell said this week.
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Welcome to the family
Program links freshmen with TCU alumni and friends
By Erin LaMourie
Staff Reporter

TCU alumnus Steven Harris said he was expecting four students for dinner Thursday night, but the only student who came was freshman elementary education major Courtney McPherson.
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  Issues

Easy way out
By Kristin Campbell
Staff Reporter

A few finance majors were studying together before a test two weeks ago when another student in the class pulled out an old copy of the test. The studying ceased and frantic memorization began.
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Greek test files necessary, beneficial
James Zwilling
Staff Reporter

Lisa Parker said she thinks test files are an important part of college — for Greeks, that is.
“Test files are a part of the benefits of being Greek,” she said. “After all, we pay to be Greek.”
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Plagiarizing papers from Internet is problem on campus
By Jordan Blum
Staff Reporter

James Riddlesperger, chair for political science, asked one of his classes last Thursday if they could believe students actually plagiarize from Web sites, while speaking about the availabilty of research papers on the Internet.
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