TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, September 6, 2002
News
Opinion
Student opinions differ on Stonegate fate

Some students are upset the Stonegate Villas apartment complex was purchased by the Fort Worth Housing Authority. Many are moving out, though a few have stayed.

Stonegate Villas

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Fifty-eight apartments at the Stonegate Villas have been allocated for federal housing by the City of Fort Worth. Former Ripley Arnold residents will complete the move by Oct. 31.
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Low-income residents face undue stigma
COMMENTARY

In a perfect world, this would work. Low-income and high-income residents could live side by side without strange stares and wounding words.
Student sexually assaulted early Thursday morning

After a sexual assault, campus police are warning students to be cautious when going out alone, and keep an eye out for anything that looks suspicious.

Two former frat members still to be prosecuted

Medical examiner rules students’ death accidental

New committee sets schedule for core to be revised

One year later, don’t come to me for money
COMMENTARY

Asking for donations and commercializing Sept. 11 will not help those who grieve heal.
Sports Features
Former Horned Frog first baseman adjusts to minor leagues

Small rural towns, tiny stadiums, and even smaller cramped buses is where time is spent during the long trips between ballparks.

Walter Olmstead

Special to the Skiff
Former TCU first baseman Walter Olmstead is on the road these days, playing rookie class baseball for the Billings Mustangs, an afilliate of the Cincinnati Reds.
Awareness of disorder may hold key for those who eat in sleep

Professor Lea Montgomery has devoted herself to publicizing a rare disorder that causes people to sleepwalk and eat. Sufferers have been known to eat slices of soap while asleep.
Volley Frogs prove they are a new team

When new volleyball head coach Prentice Lewis took over a previously struggling Volley Frogs’ team, she cautioned that the building process would be a slow one.

McShane added to women’s basketball staff

Women’s soccer team faces two tough games over the weekend without injured senior forward

Men’s soccer team to play without leading scorer

 

Web site becomes one-stop shop for College Survival Information

Student Connection looks to link campus with college survival tips and daily events.

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