TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 01, 2002
Student recovering after venomous spider bite

Ashley Earnest, a Jarvis resident, plans to return to school after being bitten by a brown recluse spider.
Leading the way

Sandra Mackey

Photo Editor/Sarah McClellan
Sandra Mackey, director of administrative services in the admissions office, holds up a sign for the M.J. Neely School of Business for the high school seniors participating in the “Monday at TCU” program.
Official excuses aren’t good enough

From a university that prides itself on equality of education, it is surprising that a penalty is imposed upon those members of the student body, faculty and staff that happen to have children.
Sexual assault education offered by campus police

The Rape Aggression Defense class, the Assault Prevention Theatre, the Victims Advocate Program and the 1 N 4 Men’s Program are just some of the resources offered at TCU to make students, faculty and staff aware of precautions they can take to prevent a sexual assault.
People need to consider their server’s feelings

Not tipping, making inappropriate comments and ignoring your server are all ways to make him or her feel uncomfortable.
Students LEAP to community service

LEAPS completed its fourth year on Saturday and more than 600 students donated their time to making the program successful.
Trial date for Montgomery may not be set for year

A trial date for former football player Frank Montgomery may not be set for another year, a criminal investigator for the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office said Monday.
INS wrongly discriminates against men of Middle Eastern descent

New plan to keep track of possible “terrorists” does nothing other than limit rights.
Coach puts Central Market into a ‘Purple Haze’

Head Football Coach Gary Patterson cooked up a storm this weekend at Central Market’s “Purple Haze,” a celebration of the TCU spirit.

Gary Patterson

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Frogs head football coach Gary Patterson shows his cooking talents at Central Market Saturday.


Rifle team receives honors at two meets over weekend

Led by its second-straight individual school-record performance, the rifle team took first place Saturday afternoon at the University of Memphis. It was their second tournament of the day as the Frogs opened with a second-place finish at Ole Miss.
Volleyball team eclipses total wins from last season

After only seven victories in 2001, the volleyball team won its seventh and eighth after two weekend matches against Texas opponents.
Men’s soccer team goes 1-1 during weekend with victory over Cincinnati, loss to College of Charleston


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