TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 09, 2002
Mental health screenings offered

As students get ready for midterms, Mental Health Services officials warn people to watch for signs of depression and stress.
equal alliance

Parents and Friends of Lesbian and Gays

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Ruth Skidmore and Dorene Rose, representatives of Parents and Friends of Lesbian and Gays; Austin Dickson, Interfraternity Council president; Bernardo Vallarino, member of the eQ Alliance; and Jeremy Albers, a Brite Divinity School student, sat on the Discussion Panel on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Life Tuesday in the Student Center. This week is National Coming Out Week.
And the many ways to deal with it

You can’t sleep at night because your mind is filled with all the things you have to do the next day. The part of your brain behind your eyes is pounding so loud the person next to you can probablyhear it. Your stomach hurts just as bad -– probably from anxiety, but also because you only had time to grab a diet Coke for lunch.
SGA to provide funds for new horned frog

Student Government Association’s project to provide a new horned frog for the Fort Worth Zoo is a push to get students involved in the community.
Physics professor awarded Fulbright Scholar grant

T. W. Zerda, a professor of physics and astronomy, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to conduct research in Poland.

Why study? Come to the late-night library mixer!

University name change not necessary

Flying rainbow flag would have ignored debate on a valid stance

Sports Features
Patterson says football team prepared for a boisterous Homecoming crowd at Army

The Frogs were victorious in their Homecoming game, but must now prepare to play in someone else’s.


Photographer/Simon Lopez
Senior receiver/kick return LaTarence Dunbar was named Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week after his performance against Houston Saturday.
Hopkins once again takes on role as brainy cannibal

Hopkins says the prequel to “Silence of the Lambs” isn’t as overdone as “Hannibal,” and that his performance just flows.
‘Red Dragon’ reveals a better quality show than ‘Hannibal’

“Red Dragon” has managed to undo the damage done by “Hannibal” with its clever plot line and overall eerie feel.

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