TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, November 8, 2002
News
Opinion
Downtown hotels funding opposition to city’s plans
The Citizens for Taxpayers’ Rights is leading a petition drive to force a referendum on the City Council’s plan to build a city-owned hotel. Its backers say it is protecting tax payers, but supporters of building the downtown hotel say it is trying to squelch potential competition.

By Sarah McClellan
Photo Editor

Cash campaign
Fund raising a principle concern
Administrators say the current fund-raising campaign will encounter difficulties in part because of a weak economy. Despite this, the university will campaign to meet the largest goal in TCU history.

By Colleen Casey
News Editor

TheSkiffView
SGA Election Endorsments

COMMENTARY

Every year, voter turnout in Student Government Association elections is dismal.

SGA leaders explain merit of proposed fee increase
SGA wants to continue bringing quality events to the university, but representatives say that will require more funding from the student body.

By Emily turner
Staff Reporter

Local police increase patrols as number of vehicle burglaries rise

Students organize to promote diversity

2002 SGA Elections

New Republican majority could have been prevented
James Zwilling


Candidates should focus on attainable changes, not promise the impossible
David Reese

Sports Features

Volleyball players seek last win
In their last two home matches, seniors Stephanie Watson and Jenn Cuca have the opportunity to help the volleyball team clinch a spot in the postseason for the first time in three years.

By Jay Armstrong
Skiff Staff

 


TheEdge
Game predictions

TCU Soccer team

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Freshman midfielder Blake McVay (No. 25) and the men’s soccer team look to send off its nine seniors with a victory over South Florida Saturday.

Men’s soccer team, nine seniors play last match of season Saturday afternoon
The men’s soccer team plays for pride and graduating seniors as they take on South Florida Saturday.

By Jay Zuckerman
Skiff Staff

Back in the Saddle
As Sean Stilley returns to the starting role at quarterback, his teammates and coaches are standing behind the fifth-year senior.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

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