TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, September 18, 2002
News
Opinion
Sodexho expands dining options

Sodexho has added new facilities and improved current food selection based on feedback from students.
Blind leadership

Blind leadership photo

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Freshmen Lesleigh Saunders and Adrienne Townsend were blindfolded for a game involving trust Tuesday during the freshman section of the Connections class.
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THE RANK
The university comes out near the top
COMMENTARY

The college rankings are out again, and among U.S. News & World Report’s best colleges for 2003, TCU remains in the second tier.
TCU ranked in second tier of America’s Best Colleges

TCU is listed as one of the top universities in the nation according to the U.S. News & World Report.
Enrollment almost back to normal in IEP classes

The Intensive English Department will reimburse English as a second language students all of their tuition for IEP classes if they get an undergraduate degree at TCU.

Questioning Robin Hood: Hero or possible terrorist?

Afghan women recognized for first time through holes in FBI profiling

Is all this security or is it just paranoia?

Sports  
Improving offense, running game are main goals for next contest, coach says

Head coach Gary Patterson is looking for his team to make more plays on offense to help provide some relief for his defense.

Chase Johnson

photographer/Simon Lopez
Sophomore center Chase Johnson (above) injured his ankle in last Saturday’s game with SMU. Senior Jamal Powell will move back to his natural position and take over for Johnson.
 
     

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