TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, November 14, 2002
News
Opinion

East campus gets new upscale eatery
Jazzman’s Cafe, the upscale addition to the east campus, provides an alternative to hungry students and faculty looking for food on their side of the university.

By Bill Morrison
Staff Reporter

 

Insurance premiums to increase for faculty, staff
Insurance premiums for faculty and staff could rise by 15 percent — just a year after premiums increased by more than 30 percent. The deadline for faculty and staff to submit insurance coverage changes is Friday.

By Amy Johnson
Staff Reporter

 

Jazzmans

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Donna Lloyd, retail business manager for Sodexho, Sonia Hernandez, Jazzman’s Cafe supervisor and Linda Cook, a trained espresso maker, help serve guests Wednesday at the opening of the new Jazzman’s Cafe in the Tucker Technology Center.

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Students should go to forum tonight


Today at 7 p.m. in Ed Landreth Auditorium, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and TCU are co-hosting a town hall meeting, “The Imprint of the Past; The Face of the Future — A Fort Worth Dialogue on Community and Race Relations in the 21st Century,” to discuss the state of race relations in our community.

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Letters to the Editor

More resources needed to achieve fund-raising goal

 

NewsBriefs
Run-off for House scheduled for Friday

Romano to speak about entrepreneurship

Programs created to prevent eating disorders

Christmas songs may be listened to all year long
Chris Suffron

Some staff should stop whining
Dave Mestemaker

Women expect proper conduct from men in clubs, not sexual harassment
Jacque Petersell

Sports  

Lady Frogs ink four letters of intent from Southwest recruits
The Lady Frogs went west for three commitments, then signed a player close to home. Head coach Jeff Mittie made the announcement Wednesday on National Signing Day.

By Jay Zuckerman
Skiff Staff

Letter of Intent

Special to Skiff
Adrienne Ross (sitting, middle) signs her letter of intent to play basketball for TCU Wednesday. Ross was one of four recruits, and the only one from out of the state, to sign with the Lady Frogs.
 

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