TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, September 27, 2002
News
Opinion
Upward Bound assists disadvantaged

Upward Bound provides disadvantaged students with the needed resources and preparation to go to college.

Upward Bound

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Bryan Hart, a freshman biology major and a tutor for the Upward Bound program, helps Dunbar High School senior Tiffany Vann with her homework Wednesday.
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COMMENTARY

Cheers to Central Market for supporting the Horned Frogs and promoting good town-grown relations.
Students should not need earplugs to sleep, study
COMMENTARY

Even during Quiet Hours the noise level in a freshman dorm still seems unbearable.
Lack of daycare a concern for university personnel

A university daycare proposal for faculty, staff and students could be available for review by the end of the semester.
Purple Haze Week to finish with cooking, dance shows

A series of events hosted by Central Market are to conclude Saturday at the specialty grocery store with performances from the TCU Showgirls, the TCU Jazz Band and a cooking demonstration from head football coach Gary Patterson.
Student gives well deserved shout-out to Reading Frogs and TCU LEAPS
COMMENTARY

The Reading Frogs has a huge impact- just ask this columnist’s little brother, TCU LEAPS offers a different spin on volunteering.
Sports  
Rifle records go down in flames thanks to two freshman additions

The women’s rifle team will attempt to break more records as it competes in a doubleheader this weekend.

Stacy Hughes

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Senior Stacy Hughes works on her shot in practice. The rifle team will compete in two matches on Saturday at Mississippi and Memphis.

 

Volleyball looks to improve after five losses in six matches

The Frog volleyball team takes on two Texas foes in what will be their last matches before the conference schedule starts.
Soccer team attempts to reverse its fortunes with set of matches against tough opponents

TCU players and coaches are eager to improve their record over the weekend with home-field advantage on their side and to forget their disappointing 1-8 start.

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