TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, August 29, 2002
Students deal with multiple deaths during summer

The band copes with the deaths of two of their own. A memorial is in the works, but no plans are definite. Another student died.
Breaking new ground

Construction photo

Staff Reporter/JoI Harris
According to a campus-wide email from Chris Drake of the TCU police department, the city of Fort Worth has required the closing of the Lowden and Lubbock intersection until Wednesday. Doo Kim of the Fort Worth water department said the site is undergoing storm drain pipe construction.
Know the symptoms, but don’t panic

Freshmen are six times at greater risk to catch meningitis than other college students, according to the Meningitis Foundation of America.

President John F. Kennedy visited Fort Worth the day he was assassinated. A column in Wednesday’s paper erroneously reported the date.

Recruiters to take Spanish class

Sexual assualt defendant awaits prosecution

Two more states confirm cases of the West Nile Virus

Campus projects not worth hefty price tag

Why is TCU spending huge amounts of money on overpriced, under-utilized ventures?
Sports Features
New volleyball coach brings experience, desire to win to team

Prentice Lewis, in her first season with the Volley Frogs, looks to use what she learned on a National Championship squad to help TCU into its first winning season.
Two Frog players up for post-season awards

Two football players were put on postseason award watch lists.
Berry Street

Considering the parking dilemma on campus, a good rule of thumb is: If you can walk there, do. Not only do you get oxygen flowing back into your veins, but you can take time to notice the area venues, eateries and shops that can be lifesavers when you need something quick and of quality.
Football Preview special section


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Mingo Fishtank parades onto scene

Eminem predicted to sweep music awards

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