TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, November 6, 2002
News
Opinion

Decision 2002
Professors surprised by magnitude of GOP win
The Texas Republican Party continued its electoral dominance Tuesday by leading every race for statewide office. Victory was expected despite ballot counting problems in Tarrant County.

By Brandon Ortiz
Editor in Chief

Voting photo
L.Mueller/KRT
Republican Senate candidate and winner Elizabeth Dole casts her vote Tuesday morning.

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TURNOUT
Possible voter increase is a good sight


Both Democrats and Republicans each held 49 Senate seats before Tuesday. A great amount of responsibility was posed on the voter that day.

Applying to graduate school time-consuming
Emilee Baker


Freshmen have the hardest task of registering as seniors get to go first
Jeff Dennis


TheOtherView
Opinions from around the country

Staff Assembly group advises raising pay of hourly workers

Academic coach of year awarded to Drenner at reception Tuesday

Upcoming ‘Awakening
Retreat’ supported by SGA

Sports  

Patterson warns of Tulane attack
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

In his weekly press conference, head coach Gary Patterson spoke mainly about preparing for the fast-paced attack of Tulane, the team’s opponent on Saturday.

 

Coach Patterson

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Head coach Gary Patterson talked about the Frogs’ upcoming matchup with Tulane on Saturday at Amon Carter Stadium.

Student goes from classroom to courtside as Mavericks Dancer
TCU student Victoria Talbot has an all-access pass many don’t have, as she is a member of the Mavs dancers.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

TheSideline
Women’s basketball at No. 20 in preseason poll

Men’s basketball opens season with exhibition

Irons named C-USA Swimmer of the Week

Men’s golf takes first at California tournament

Rifle finishes second in both events at Army meet

   

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