TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, September 4, 2002
Staff Assembly meets to discuss goals for the upcoming academic year

Staff Assembly members discussed wages, compensation, parking and daycare at their annual goal-setting session Tuesday at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center.
Picture perfect

Michael Buono

Photo Editor/Sarah McClellan
Michael Buono, a freshman business major, rifles through the posters at the biannual poster sale. Posters are sold between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. until Friday in the Student Center.
Candidates should debate what’s important

On Nov. 5, Texas voters will elect their next governor. The two major party candidates, Democrat Tony Sanchez and Republican Rick Perry, are engaged in one of the dirtiest campaigns in recent memory.
Water main breaks block streets, will not affect buildings

A water main break caused temporary flooding of campus streets Tuesday evening.
Hazing suspension raises issues about fraternities

TCU should do more to investigate instances of fraternity hazing at all times to prevent further incidents.

Simon Lopez took the sports photo in Friday’s Football Preview 2002. The photographer was misidentified in the caption.

Replacements sought to fill dean, president positions at divinity school

Brite Divinity School opens new Houston facility

Bush vs. Hussein 2: the son follows in daddy’s footsteps

Study abroad is what one makes it, not handed out.

Women’s soccer team wins at home 6-0

The women’s soccer team played 68 minutes last season against Centenary, and couldn’t score a goal before the game was canceled because of bad weather.

Soccer photo

Photographer/SIMON LOPEZ
Freshman forward/midfielder Jennifer Schroeder goes for the ball in the first half of Tuesday’s game. The Frogs won most of the battles of the night as they beat Centenary 6-0.
Frogs blew game, shot selves in foot

The Horned Frogs had a chance to position themselves in the conference drivers seat, but now find themselves locked in the trunk.
Volley Frogs go 4-0, win Arkansas State Tournament

After finishing last season with only seven victories, the Volley Frogs opened the season 4-0, winning the Arkansas State Tournament.
Horned Frog kicker wins C-USA Player of the Week

Junior Nick Browne, who set a school record on Monday with five field goals in one game, was selected as the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week.
Rubinson captures Fort Worth Title, ties record

Senior Adam Rubinson, who finished second at the NCAA Championships last season, shot a final round 68 to capture the Fort Worth City Title at Pecan Valley Golf Course.

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