TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, September 25, 2002
News
Opinion
Faculty, staff, alumni offer criteria for search

Members of the Faculty Senate, Staff Assembly and the National Alumni Association list accessibility and increasing academic excellence among several criteria they would like in a new chancellor.
Rock the Boat

Kurt South

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Kurt South, a member of the Tony Sanchez campaign, plays a guitar and sings to draw people into the Student Center Lounge Tuesday for a voter registration drive organized by the Young Democrats.
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MONEY
Congress does not need more of it
COMMENTARY

Congress is planning to give itself a cost-of-living pay raise of $5,000 this year, despite the dwindling economy and the recession. This would make members’ salaries $155,000; more than three times the median household money income of $41,994 in 1999, according to the U.S Census Bureau Web site.
Student input points to accessibility emphasis

At Tuesday’s Student Government Association meeting, students expressed their concerns for a greater religious emphasis at TCU and an appreciation for Chancellor Michael Ferrari’s contributions to the university.
White male’s experience not a model for everyone
COMMENTARY

Students should try to understand other’s differences, and attempt to understand what other races are facing. Treating each others as individuals and not stereotypes would promote racial harmony at TCU.
CORRECTION

Dennis Timmons is an investigator for crimes against children with the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office, he is not the District Attorney, as he was referred to erroneously in Tuesday’s Skiff.

Savannah Koiner was not the daughter of Frank Montgomery. The summary misidentified Montgomery’s relationship with the child.
Pulitzer Prize winner to speak at Ed Landreth Hall Today

The Fogelson Honors Forum will feature guest speaker David McCullough at 8 p.m. today in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium.
Support university's talented students in music, theater, art, dance programs
COMMENTARY

Let the fine arts expand your outlook on life — you don’t have to look any farther than your own backyard.
Sports Features
Rubinson emerging as one of nation’s best amateur golfers as team heads into season

Adam Rubinson has emerged as one of the best amateur golfers in the country. He is poised to become the No. 1 player in college golf.

Adam Rubinson

Special to the Skiff
TCU golfer Adam Rubinson admires a shot at a recent tournament.

 

‘Women Journalists at Ground Zero’ details experiences well

An assistant professor is co-author of a new book with interviews of 24 female journalists who covered the Sept. 11 attacks from Ground Zero.
 
Student comedian showcased at Family Weekend’s Variety show

TCU is home to many students with different talents. There are cheerleaders, badminton players, athletes, Gregorian chanters and now a stand-up comedian.

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