TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, November 5, 2002
News
Opinion

Decision 2002
Campus groups push for support
The Young Democrats and College Republicans are working to increase voter participation and awareness on campus.

By Antoinette Vega
Staff Reporter

Officer candidates begin campaigns

NewsBriefs
Meridith named Brite vice president of advancement


Bush, Talent

GABRIEL B. TAIT/KRT
President George W. Bush, right, waves to the crowd at a rally with U.S. Senate candidate Jim Talent Monday, Nov. 4 in St. Charles, Mo.

TheSkiffView
CHOICES
More candidates will spur changes

COMMENTARY

It is disappointing only one student is running for president of the Student Government Association at a university with a student body of about 8,000.


TheOtherView
Opinions from around the country

Votes should be based on the person, not the party
Chip Hanna

Listeners would enjoy radio much more if stations followed these 5 tips
Christopher Suffron


 
Sports Features

Frogs ignoring poll snubs, focus on other goals
The football team continues to get noticed nationally and although it’s not enough to crack the polls, the team’s main focus is not being rated in the top-25 but winning all upcoming games.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

Women sweep, men split in conference meet Saturday
The Frogs made waves in the pool this weekend, losing just two of eight meets against conference opponents.

By Chad Murray
Skiff Staff

John Turntine

Photographer/Simon Lopez
While senior defensive tackle John Turntine and the Frogs flexed their muscle on national television against Southern Miss, it wasn’t enough to garner the team a top-25 spot in either of the two polls.

TheSideline
Beckstrom named C-USA Co-Golfer of the Month

Browne semi-finalist for Lou Groza Award

Volleyball splits two; one win from postseason play

 

 

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