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Tuesday, September 10, 2002
News
Opinion

House, PC to begin year with new leader, representatives

Brad Thompson becomes vice president of Programming Council after former vice president Stephanie Zimmer leaves TCU.

SGA expects online voting to prompt an even greater increase in voter participation than last year. Students can vote online today for candidates seeking position in Student Government Association’s House of Representatives election.

Brad Thompson

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Brad Thompson, a junior radio-TV-film major and former director of programming, took office as the new vice president for Programming Council this fall.
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COMMENTARY

The House of Student Representative elections are today, and a reminder is in order for on-campus students and the student body at large.
29-year-old arrested in sexual assault case

Marlon A. Scott was on $250,000 bail after being charged with aggravated sexual assault of a TCU student, police said. The registrar’s office confirmed that Scott is not a student of the university.
New director sought to replace Sullivan

A Nationwide search is underway for a director of fraternity and Sorority affairs, after Tom Sullivan accepted a position at Southwest Texas State University.

USA Act not protecting, but jailing U.S. citizens

Professor disputes newspaper’s terminology

Sports  
Football team played strongly but improvements to be made

For Horned Frogs fans, the first 10 minutes of Saturday’s game was a scary sight.

Sean Stilley

Special to the Skiff
TCU quarterback Sean Stilley ran an offense that did not let up, as the Frogs beat Northwestern on Saturday, 48-24.

 

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