TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 10, 2002
Despite missing sign, eQ moves forward

TCU police were investigating the possible theft of an eQ Alliance banner Wednesday. Some members said they were upset but would not let the missing sign distract from National Coming Out Week activities.
‘Love Gathers Us In’

Love knows no gender

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
The Rev. Ken Ehrke, pastor of Agape Metropolitan Community Church, preaches his sermon “Love Gathers Us In,” Wednesday at the Robert Carr Chapel as a guest for the eQ Alliance National Coming Out Week.
Community should respect differences

The homosexual community at TCU has seen its fair share of opposition, but this week another show of disrespect was exhibited.
Student leaders explore problems

Fifty-five students from North, Central and South America are exchanging ideas and information to reach an understanding of the problems facing the Western Hemisphere.
Students find voicemail announcements irritating

Mass voicemail, primarily about upcoming football games, have become a nuisance, some students say.

More focus needs to be placed on news from home

Civil rights have little to do with morality

Column attacked gays using skewed statistics

Sports Features
Volleyball team’s motivation clear, 0-2 not coveted position

After dropping its first two conference matches at home, the volleyball team looks to pick itself off the ground for two conference games on the road this weekend.

Volleyball photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Senior outside hitter Jenn Cuca (right) and the volleyball team look to gain their first conference win with matchups against St. Louis and Memphis.
Everyday guy turned everyday hero,
Superman roams the streets of Auburn

Life-changing event prompted a mild-mannered man to become a superhero in his own right.
Ratings unfair in Sports Illustrated poll

A recent issue of Sports Illustrated has TCU in its rankings of Division I athletic programs, and how the rankings are determined is not very applicable to the Frogs.

Women’s soccer team working to escape rut

Golfer Rubinson may have chance to play with best amateurs for Walker Cup

Tull leads women’s golf to eighth place finish


Beer, bones, Bahariya Oasis make up ‘Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt’

Graduate students and paleontologists from the University of Pennsylvania discover dinosaur bones of a new species, Paralititan, in the western deserts of Egypt.

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