TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, November 7, 2002
News
Opinion

Candidates call for SGA fee increase
Students will decide on the $10 fee increase during Tuesday’s online election.

By Emily Turner
Staff Reporter

Statue sprucing

Statue maintenance photo

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Plasterer Don Orebaugh cleaned the statues of Addison and Randolph Clark Wednesday in front of Mary Couts Burnett Library.
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SGA fees seem not to benefit students

COMMENTARY

Some Student Government Association members are asking for about a $125,000 budget increase to come out of our pockets.

Donation to be used for Texas studies

Legislature legacy

New Scooner’s owner aims for of age crowd

Men too obsessed with video games
Lauren Cates


University on track if it listens to raised concerns
Chelsea Hudson

Diversity is valuable tool that can be used to solve problems, teach lessons
J.L. Hernandez

Sports Features
Consistency key to William’s success
Senior Terran Williams has been consistent for the Frogs on punt returns, gaining positive yards and taking tough hits.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

Football photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Senior Terran Williams (No. 1) handles punt return duties for the Frogs, averaging 9.45 yards a return.

 

POW/MIA adoption aids in cause of recovery
Many choose to adopt a POW/MIA to keep the thousands of missing from being forgotten.

By Emily Baker
Features Editor
Six in double figures as Frogs win exhibition game 104-77
In its first action of the season, the men’s basketball team defeated Slovakia-Select in an exhibition contest at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor
TCU Air Force veterans not
seeking any special recognition

Two veterans attending TCU don’t ask for any special treatment this Veterans Day because they say they get all the recognition they want in the form of pride.

By Emily Baker
Features Editor

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