TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 08, 2002
Morning News bins removed from campus

The Dallas Morning News distribution bins were taken off campus at the same time the Fort Worth Star-Telegram began providing free newspapers.
Colorful fanfare

Frog fans

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Students painted their bodies and cheered the Horned Frogs to victory Saturday at the Homecoming game against Houston. TCU won 34-17.
Morning News needs to stay on campus

This could have been one of the best things to happen on campus.

It started a year ago with a four-week test — explore readership patterns among college students by providing free copies of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The New York Times and USA Today each day on campus. There was even a possibility of the free newspapers sticking around.
Memorial service honors fallen trustee Ralph Glenn

Ralph Ewing Glenn was remembered Monday at University Christian Church for his service as a trustee, minister and friend.
Possible war with Iraq stirs campus discussion

Students, faculty and staff are divided on whether the United States should go to war with Iraq.

National Coming Out Week activities, events planned

Greene to give public lecture on communication skills

Planners should consider lengthening Fall Break

Childcare center on campus would present learning opportunities to all

Freshmen, second half start pace win

Propelled by two quick third quarter touchdowns, and a freshman offensive duo, the Horned Frogs defeated Houston 34-17 at Homecoming.

Football photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
The Frog defense held the Cougars to 27 yards rushing, the least allowed since last November against Louisville.
Volleyball team struggles to rebound from weekend losses

After suffering two losses over the weekend, the volleyball team looks to regroup to secure a place in the Conference USA Tournament.
Thompson places fourth at OSU Jamboree

Freshman Alayne Thompson posted a fourth-place finish in Saturday’s Oklahoma State Jamboree Cross Country Invitational, her third top-five finish in as many events.

As a team, the women finished eighth, while the men placed 18th. The Arkansas men and Georgetown women claimed top team honors.
Men’s, Women’s soccer teams defeated in weekend play

Both soccer teams lost last weekend.


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