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Wednesday, November 20, 2002
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Opinion
Students give input on core revisions
By Amy Johnson
Staff Reporter

The six students who attended the open meeting on the core curriculum differed on how leadership should be taught in the classroom.

UCR forum photo

Photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Students participate in an open forum hosted by the core curriculum committee Tuesday in Dan Rogers Hall to discuss the new core curriculum requirement. Senior economics major Ben Mason (middle) said leadership should be taught inside the classroom, but all departments might not be able to teach it in a hands-on manner.
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SILENCE
No input for curriculum revision

COMMENTARY

The faculty asked for students to speak up, but our response was a mere whisper.

Poets battle with words, rhythm at first-ever slam

SGA cabinet urges increase in staff wages

Upperclassmen in one bar, underclassmen in another
COMMENTARY
Lauren Cates


Countries helped by United States will eventually end up fighting us
Jeff Dennis

Sports Features
Patterson warns of attack from East Carolina offense
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

When the Frogs take the field at East Carolina Saturday afternoon, it will be two weeks since their last game.

Football photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Head coach Gary Patterson discussed the explosive offense of East Carolina at his weekly press conference Tuesday.
Club formed to educate, explain African heritage to students
By Cherice Hopkins
Skiff Staff

Several TCU students have created an organization to discuss African heritage.
Timeless Themes
Mid-1930s Ireland brought to life by student cast and crew
By Caroline Clayton
Skiff Staff

The student-run production of the Irish play “Dancing at Lughnasa” opens today at the Hays Theatre.
Clear path to title not on Frogs’ minds
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

Even with a week off the Frogs benefited in the standings, but you won’t see the team change its mindset with better positioning.

 

A Clean Living
In heat or rain, 13-year groundskeeper loves keeping campus clean, describes littering students as his “job security.”
By Katie Swetala
Skiff Staff

Esco Weatherspoon Jr. maintains a positive outlook as he works to keep the campus clean and attractive.

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