TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, September 20, 2002
News
Opinion
Students get chance to show parents around town

Programming Council will offer a shuttle downtown this year, allowing families to see where students spend free time in Fort Worth.

 

Somber salute

Megan Doiron

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Megan Doiron, an ROTC cadet, helped lower the American flag at the POW/MIA vigil Thursday. Col. Mo Baker, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, spoke to the group. ROTC members will stand vigil at the flag for 24 hours.
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Demand is high for Spanish speakers
COMMENTARY

Nowadays, if a kindergartner can introduce himself in Spanish and you can’t, signing up for a class or two wouldn’t be a bad idea.
Enrollment in Spanish classes surging

Enrollment in Spanish classes is up because of increased world interest, some professors said.
More staff members opt for Reading Frogs

Staff members were granted 12 hours of paid time off this year for participating in the program, which helps elementary school children to read.
Student tries to uncover mystery that is accounting
COMMENTARY

There must be a medical condition that makes students flunk accounting class. In a world where a college student can barely manage a checkbook, is it any surprise that we’re less than excited at the prospect of managing business finances?
Forum focuses on function of international students

John Singleton, director of International Student Services, said difference of opinion is one key to achieving true diversity. Singleton addressed diversity among other topics during Thursday’s lunch forum held at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center.
Downtown Coors Light festival features live music, Texas flare

The first Coors Light Texas Music Festival will be a truly Texan event. The band Thriftstore Cowboys feature TCU student Jeff Dennis
on guitar.
Administration’s anti-terrorism laws could parallel Indian security laws
COMMENTARY

An international student finds that bing “Born in the USA” isn’t all about jeans and Springsteen.
Sports Features
Mean Green defense provides tough challenge for Horned Frogs’ offense

UNT has surrendered 60 points in its first three games. The Frogs are still trying to find stability in their offense.

Football photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Junior tailback Ricky Madison and the rest of the Frogs look to solidify their offense against UNT Saturday.
Emmy Predictions

A Skiff editor gives his Emmy predictions. With so many newcomers, this year’s show should be a good one.
Soccer team faces difficult match against No. 8 SMU

The men’s soccer team plays archrival Southern Methodist Friday, a team the Frogs do not have a history of success against.

Key Matchup

Three Keys to Victory

The Edge

 

Lee, Green fail to steal movie-watchers praise

Lack of plot and physical comedy leaves this reviewer not pleased with “Stealing Harvard,” starring Jason Lee and Tom Green

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