TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, September 12, 2002
New name, new face
University awaits reopening of Rec. Center

The renovated University Recreation Center is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 31, but will not be open to students until January 2003.

The Rec. Center

North-East Entry View
Be kind to those who do it for you

This week is Housekeeper Appreciation Week.
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Endowment down because of economic factors

TCU’s endowment has shrunk 15 percent since March 2000. Since interest off the endowment supplies a quarter of the university’s operating budget, the squeeze may pressure the university to increase tuition and reallocate money from one academic department to another.
Two chairwomen set history, have work to be done

This is the first year the Faculty Senate and Staff Assembly have been chaired by women at the same time.

What newcomers need to know about Texas culture

Letters to the editor: Hazing not to be tolerated, students asked to comply

Sports Features
Goolsby recovered, will now use strength to aid football team

The statistics for Josh Goolsby against Northwestern were hardly overwhelming: one tackle.

Josh Goolsby

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Junior linebacker Josh Goolsby focuses in on the backfield in practice. Goolsby saw his first action in a year after knee and pectoral injuries sidelined him.


Art in the Metroplex opens campus exhibit for 20th year

Fort Worth Gallery Night kicked off Art in the Metroplex, an exhibition in the University Art Gallery of 36 pieces from area artists that runs through Sept. 27.
Rock band Sparta trying to change image, but still keep former fans

All things must pass, and every rock band must at some point break up. This is the point that guitarist Jim Ward has been making for the past year while trying to account for the split of his former band, El Paso’s At the Drive-In.

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