TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, November 19, 2002
News
Opinion
Reach out and reconnect
Retreat traces school’s roots
By Emily Turner
Staff Reporter

Students went to Granbury last weekend on the University Leadership Retreat to brush up on leadership skills and relax.

Retreat photo

Staff reporter/Emily Turner
Students at the University Leadership Retreat participate in a relaxation activity as they massage each other’s backs. The retreat was held over the weekend.
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Class registration should be improved


Signing up for the right classes can be a frustrating task.

 

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Idolization of celebrities unhealthy for both parties
Christopher Suffron

Pair pitch their way to success
By Sarah McNamara
Staff Reporter

Duo wins praise from Hollywood producers in pitching competition. The radio-TV-film department hosted the competition for students to get experience and advice from professional pitchers.

Reed claims spot as VP of House after run-off election

eQ Alliance to present ‘Gay, Greek and Proud’

Athletics Media Relations not seeking replacement

Petersell, Williams to lead Skiff for spring semester

Sports  
Frogs win last tune-up before regular season
In their last exhibition game of the season, the Frogs battled a larger opponent in a 92-80 win.
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

With the average height of the Frogs being just under 6-5, the team knows it is at a disadvantage when playing most teams.
Ready to go

Tracy Wynn

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Junior forward Tracy Wynn and the Lady Frogs won their last exhibition game Friday night against the Oklahoma Flyers, 72-65. The team opens the season Friday against Utah at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

TheSideline
Volleyball team to face Houston in tournament

Women’s cross country team takes ninth place

Swimming, diving teams claim victory over weekend

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