TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, October 25, 2002
Noise complaints in neighborhood expected to rise as holidays near

Noise complaints during September and October have increased since 2000. Police attribute some of them to a lack of communication between students and neighbors.

Photo of litter on the street

Photo illustration/Sarah McClellan
Noise from parties isn’t the only concern neighbors of TCU students have. After-party messes, such as beer bottles, also make the list.
University’s protest guidelines too strict


Among the objectives of TCU is to teach its students to be good citizens — so much so that the university is looking for ways to incorporate a stronger component of civic involvement in classes and student life.

Hazing difficult to investigate

Conference speakers include former ambassador

Officer election applications available in SGA office

Opinions from around the country


The recent sniper attacks have paralyzed most of Virginia and Maryland. Schools have shaded windows and people have been instructed to walk in a zigzag pattern in order to avoid a sniper attack.
Women’s golf team readies itself to travel east for Furman Invitational

Team hopes they can “put it all together” and give a good performance at this tournament.
On the Course
Furman Lady Paladin Invitational
Oct. 25-27
TV may get its way, but college athletes forced to play when priorities conflict

Sports is a big business, and ESPN and Conference USA are partners, but is it at the athletes’ expense?
Volleyball team returns home for two weekend C-USA matchups

The volleyball team will attempt to halt the three-match winning streak of UAB Friday, before tackling first-place South Florida Saturday.



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