TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, August 30, 2002
Taking technology higher

The Tucker Technology Center opens its doors for class. Students and faculty have high expectations for the $25 million building that houses the mathematics, engineering and computer science departments.

Tucker Technology Center

The $25 million William E. and Jean Jones Tucker Technology Center is open for classes. It was completed in June.
Help police to keep campus safe

Students and professors who want to run PowerPoint presentations in class will have to wait a while.
After hazing suspension, Kappa Sigma rebuilds

The local Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter is reforming under the direction of alumni. The fraternity is under university and national suspension because of hazing incidents last fall, administrators said.

Campus security hiked due to thefts

TABC revokes Scooners’ liquor license for selling alcohol to underage drinkers

Rush isn’t fun for anyone but is worth the trouble

Studying abroad does not improve language skills but only wastes money

Milton Hall legacy lives on with new students

Frogs look for strong season opener against the Cincinnati Bearcats

The TCU football team faces a bigger than expected opening game against the Cincinnati Bearcats. With the Bearcats coaching staff overhauled, the Frogs are also figuring out what to expect.

Gino Guidugli

Special to the Skiff
Sophomore Gino Guidugli leads the Bearcat attack. The Frogs will look to slow down Guidugli and Cincinnati’s no-huddle attack when the teams play on Monday.


Volley Frogs open season at Arkansas State

The Volley Frogs gets their first taste of action this year as they travel to Jonesboro, Ark., for the Arkansas State Tournament.
Game 1: Cincinnati vs. TCU - TALE OF THE TAPE
Soccer teams begin with away games over weekend

TCU men’s and women’s soccer teams will be on the field this weekend.

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