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1989 — The 27.9-mile-long Berlin Wall, the symbol of the Cold War that separated East and West Germany for 28 years, was opened.


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Friday, November 9, 2001

Students voice concerns over loss of parking space
By Sarah McClellan
Staff Reporter

Students, faculty and staff filled out surveys about parking concerns in front of Mary Couts Burnett Library Thursday at a forum sponsored by the University Affairs Committee.
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Step aside
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Josh Igleke (left), junior e-business major, and Nick Celedun, TCU alumnus, perform a step routine Thursday in the Student Center during the Zeta Phi Beta Greek Step Show.

 

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Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills, senior advertising/public relations major Allyson Cross and professor of interior design Fred Oberkircher discuss current and future parking problems at the parking forum Thursday. Mills said close to 200 parking spaces will be removed due to construction of the Sarah and Steve Smith Entrepreneurs Hall.

 


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Students endure ‘Survivor TCU’
By Sam Eaton
Staff Reporter

For a group of 42 TCU students, ‘Survivor’ is not just a television show. It is a part of their lives each morning as they compete for $100 in the Army ROTC’s PT Survivor competition.

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Deadline for new UCR draft set back
By Jacque Petersell
Staff Reporter

The deadline for the draft of the new University Core Curriculum was pushed back until mid-November, allowing more time for assessing proposed classes, said Richard Enos, chairman of the committee.

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