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Friday, November 16, 2001

Bush, Putin pledge to strengthen relationship
No agreement reached over U.S. missile shield plans
By Kristina Iodice
Copy Desk Chief

When President George W. Bush was in high school, Russia was an enemy. Now, students can know Russia is a friend to the United States and both countries are working to break the old ties and establish a new spirit of cooperation, Bush said Thursday at a high school in Crawford.
“What we’re talking about is a new relationship, a relationship that will make your lives better when you get older, and it will make your kids’ lives better as they grow up,” Bush said. “A lot of people never dreamt that an American president and a Russian president could have established the friendship we have.”
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David Dunai/SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin address the media Thursday at Crawford High School. The two leaders could not come to terms over a missle defense plan.

Purple Poll

Walk like an Egyptian

Caleb Williams/SKIFF STAFF
CiAnn Ardoin, a sophomore, Kori Thomas, a sophomore, Stacie Miller, a freshman, and Brandy McGuire, a freshman, dance in the Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Incorporated Thursday night.


David Dunai/SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER
Crawford residents have anticipated President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit for quite some time. A cardboard cutout of Bush rests against the counter of the Coffee Station in the town of more than 700.

 

  Arts & Entertainment
 

Potter film visual achievement
By Emily Ward
Skiff Staff

Floating candles, eccentric ghosts, shifting staircases and a Quidditch field out back — if only TCU were more like Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
This magical castle and its bewitching residents have come to life on movie screens around the world in this year’s most highly anticipated film “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.”
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‘Love’s’ Prevails
TCU production is host to laughs and music
By Ashley Hungerford
Skiff Staff

TCU’s production of “Love’s Labor’s Lost” shows once again the talents of George Brown, associate professor of theatre, to please his audience. Under his direction, a large student ensemble cast came together to perform one of William Shakespeare’s more difficult plays.
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Hollywood suffers from lack of great films
By Jack Bullion
Skiff Staff

It seems kind of weird to think longingly of the year 1999 as days of yore, but when it comes to movies, we practically underwent a golden age some two years ago. Week after week, great movie after great movie rolled off the assembly line: “American Beauty,” “Being John Malkovich,” “Three Kings,” “The Insider,” “Fight Club,” “Magnolia,” “Election,” “Boys Don’t Cry,” “Toy Story 2,” “Topsy-Turvy.” Even in that incredible list, I know that there are films I’m forgetting — that’s how good 1999 was.
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Music Review
Spiritualized - Let it come down
By Jack Bullion
Skiff Staff

Jason “Spaceman” Pierce, the frontman and driving force behind British rock band Spiritualized, has always composed material based on three things: Love, God and lots and lots of drugs. While all those exist to fill an aching spiritual, emotional and psychological absence, the latter has been the most exhaustively covered topic in the Spiritualized oeuvre.
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Strumming strings

David Dunai/SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER

Lauren DeMattia, a freshman elementary education major, practices Thursday night for the TCU Symphony concert on December 4 in Ed Landreth Auditorium.

 

Peaceful praise

Erin Munger/PHOTO EDITOR

Jonathon David Musser, Chi Alpha praise and worship leader plays the guitar Thursday night worship while Nicole McDaniel, a praise leader, and Sara Ellis, a TCU campus pastor, accompany vocally.

 

 


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