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Wednesday, November 13, 2002
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Opinion

Mattingly, Clower win other opposed SGA slots
Lack of competition in the higher positions caused voter turn-out to decrease this year compared to last, some say.

By Emily Turner
Skiff Reporter

 

New proposal still raises requirements concerns, some say

Prime prevention

Crime Prevention Meeting

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
MK Ramsey, a representative from the Rape Crisis Center and Pam Christian, the crime prevention officer for the TCU police, discussed rape prevention at Tuesday’s crime watch meeting in the Student Center.

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Alumni show appreciation for professor


This semester former business students went a little farther than coloring in the extreme right-hand bubbles on teaching evaluation forms to show their appreciation for a professor.

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Opinions from around the country

Statistics show ugly truth about athletes’ academics
Chip Hanna


TCU has its own soap opera happening
Jenny Specht


News
Briefs

SGA aids Alpha Phi Omega so it can attend a national service retreat
Sports  

Football team reminiscent of 2000 squad
An eight-game winning streak has the Frogs looking more and more like the LaDainian Tomlinson- led team of 2000, but not without differences.


By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor


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Tickets for Dec. 3 game must be advanced ordered

LaTarence Dunbar

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Senior LaTarence Dunbar and the 2002 Frogs have the opportunity for the same regular season record as the 2000 team.

Men’s golf team ‘makes statement’ in match play
Competing in the Match Play Championships, the Frogs advanced two rounds before falling to the eventual champs.


By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

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