TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, October 04, 2002
Groups look to raise university’s minority enrollment

Groups formed to increase minority enrollment and improve marketing strategies.

Learning to share

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
The “Learning to Share,” billboards, found throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, are part of TCU’s marketing strategy.
It’s not to late to make your vote count

It’s as easy as signing your name, yet so few of us do it.

Curriculum committee on track to meet its deadline

The committee is drafting a proposal that incorporates three curriculums. Summary minutes of the meetings will soon be available on the Faculty Senate Web page.

Student involvement in school activities decreases annually

Monday last day to register for Nov. 5 election

‘Christian’ should be removed from TCU name

Just as much as freshmen need a welcome to college, seniors deserve a farewell to their student experiences

Sports Features
Sisters hit mark with relationship, rifle skills

Jessica and Celeste Green have already broken some of TCU’s top records, but they are still looking for more.
Conference contender

Soccer photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Senior Midfielder Nick Browne (middle) heads a ball in last Sunday’s contest with College of Charleston. After recording their first conference win against Cincinnati last Friday, Browne and the Frogs head to Milwaukee for a matchup conference foe Marquette Saturday.
Fantasy card game becomes a way of life

Young man’s skill at Dragon Ball Z helped him get a dream job
Volleyball team looks forward to conference play

The volleyball team begins conference play this weekend at home with a match against Southern Mississippi on Friday and another against Tulane on Saturday.
Cross country freshman might bring success in Saturday’s competition

Cross country runs at the Cowboy Jamboree Saturday, the oldest consecutive cross country race in America.

Rested and ready

With Stilley out, redshirt Gunn ready for his turn at starting quarterback

Three Keys to Victory


October: more work, baseball, Halloween

People should forget about Halloween and focus on baseball. Professors and fans should remember the playoffs and focus on the Yankees’ victory.

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