TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 29, 2002
News
Opinion
‘Sound’ Investment
Funding woes stifle opera program, some say

The opera program needs more funds, faculty and space to become nationally acclaimed, school officials said. The program’s funding is a fraction of Southern Methodist University’s.

Photo of music students

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Music students Jason White, Megan Bartlett and Jennifer Gerber and director of opera theater Richard Estes go over notes at rehearsal in a University Christian Church room Friday because their classroom space in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium was being used.
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HISTORY
Memories live over Camp Bowie bricks

COMMENTARY

Skilled bricklayers put down about one hundred bricks in the time it takes you to pickup your dry cleaning at Kite’s Custom Cleaners.

Lack of space remains top concern for School of Music during its re-accreditation process

Up 'Til Dawn letter writing campaign set at $60,000

Fort Worth Opera, TCU collaboration lets students work with professionals

Florida’s close votes are not a mistake

No ‘real men’ can be seen in today’s public arena

Voting is important, so don’t let being at TCU keep you from voicing your point

Sports  
10 days off benefit Frogs before matchup

The last few practices have seen the Frogs at Amon Carter Stadium, as the pounding of the players and the rain has left the normal practice fields with some needed time off.

Photo of Ricky Madison

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Junior tailback Ricky Madison and the Horned Frogs prepare for their matchup with Southern Miss that will determine the conference leader.

 

Tull, Barr lead women’s golf to third place finish

With junior Brooke Tull taking first individually, senior Shannon Barr’s improved play helped the Frogs to finish third.
Volleyball team splits pair of three game matches

The Frogs handled Alabama-Birmingham in three games, then were exposed by conference leader South Florida in two home matches this weekend.
Frogs earn sixth seed in 16-team match play

Seeding for the 16-team Collegiate Match Play Championship has been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).
Women’s soccer team loses weekend matches

The women’s soccer team lost two games on the road this weekend, falling to both Memphis and Tulane by the score of 4-0.

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