TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 03, 2002
News
Opinion
Connections program brings new name, new goals to CLP

Upperclassmen and faculty mentors are helping freshmen and transfer students make a successful transition into the university.

Connections class

Photographer/Steven Spillman
Freshmen Kara Bagley and Dani Armstrong participate in the freshman Connections class Tuesday.
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CHOICE
PC should have scheduled a re-vote
COMMENTARY

When people go to vote, they expect their vote to count. On Tuesday the meaning of a vote was lost.
Students shouldn’t assume stereotypes about poor
COMMENTARY

The comments made around campus of low-income residents living at the Stonegate Villas are riddled with stereotypes and assumptions. Students at a place of higher learning should be above that.
CORRECTION

The photographer of the picture of Emily Panian, who plays Mrs. Miller in “Ah, Wilderness!,” was misidentified in Wednesday’s Skiff. The photo was taken by Ty Halasz.

Despite candidate pullout, no re-vote for Mr. TCU

Hurricane Lili winds clocked at 135 miles an hour

Balancing Act

Vegetarian clarifies commonly held myths

Dangerous working conditions ignored

Sports  
Do-it-all safeties play critical role in defense

The safety position does it all at TCU, calling plays for the defense and helping on the run just as much as the pass.
Finally a leg up

Photographer/Vichitraweer Singh
Senior midfielder Lori Robbins (left) battles for a ball in Tuesday’s home contest with Southern Methodist. TCU tied the Mustangs 1-1, as sophomore forward Laura Greenberg scored for the Frogs in the 70th minute. The tie ended TCU’s 19-game losing streak to the Mustangs.
 

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