TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 31, 2002
Law school at UNT would not be a threat to TCU

The addition of a law school to UNT would add to their increasing number of professional programs, but TCU officials say it would still not ive UNT an edge over TCU’s already existing programs.
Breaking from the pack

Football photo

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Freshman running back Lonta Hobbs and the Frogs defeated Southern Miss 37-7 Wednesday at Amon Carter Stadium. Full coverage of the game can be found on the sports page.
Junior faculty have enough on their plate


The American Heritage Dictionary defines tenure as the status of holding one’s position on a permanent basis without periodic contract renewals.

Service not as valued as teaching in tenure policy

Group formed to focus on transfer students

Friday last day to cast ballots during early voting period

Students can make difference by voting

Halloween costumes need not cost much to work well

Sports Features
Horned Frogs win big, but at a price

TCU dominated the Golden Eagles in front of a national audience, but lost their starting quarterback in the process.

Photo of Lonta Hobbs

Photographer/Simon Lopez
True freshman running back Lonta Hobbs celebrates one of his three touchdowns in Wednesday’s 37-7 victory over Southern Miss. Hobbs had 123 yards on 15 attempts.


Thandie Newton seeks ‘The Truth’ in classic remake

This remake of 1963’s “Charade” is an eclectic mix of action and drama, resulting in a breezy film that has its stars searching for the elusive fortune of a dead man that can’t be found.
Frogs’ win demands recognition in polls

A statement game?

Maybe that came last week with a decisive victory over a quality Louisville team. However, the national media and coaches’ association didn’t exactly heed notice in the polls.
Paranormal Behavior
Is there any truth associated with it?

Though skepticism abounds about the existence of the paranormal, many believe in it.

Inside the numbers

Frog Report Card

Top frogs

Dressing the part
Time still available to put together a fun costume

If you still haven’t picked up your costume, try Magic, etc. They have lots of exotic costumes to buy or rent as well as a plethora of other Halloween items.

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