TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, November 26, 2002
News
Opinion
Bill revising residence hall recycling program goes before SGA
By Emily Turner
Staff Reporter

The Residential Concerns Committee will present a bill tonight at the Student Government Association meeting to help improve recycling.
Creative thinking

Art class photo

Jill Meninger
Lecturer John Frost’s 3-D design class tested a project dealing with space in relationship to architecture Monday in front of the Moudy Building.
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CLEAN UP
Pass bag bill to help recycling

COMMENTARY

The Residential Concerns Committee is scheduled to present a recycling bill tonight to the Student Government Association.

Honor code task-force to be considered

Committee to decide on new class ring design

Student remembers meaning of Thanksgiving
Christopher Suffron


Events on Capitol Hill may result in an unsettling, bleak holiday season

Monique Bhimani

Sports  
Individual C-USA title not option after upset
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

The Frogs went from in the drivers seat to being along for the ride in the Conference USA title race after a 31-28 upset loss against East Carolina Saturday.

Football photo

Special to Skiff
Despite true freshman Lonta Hobbs’ 160 yards rushing and three touchdowns, the Frogs lost to East Carolina Saturday, 31-28.

Frog Report Card

Inside the numbers

Top Frogs

Lady Frogs lose to No. 17 Arkansas, squeak by Utah

Rifle team, individuals show strongly at meets

Volleyball team finishes season in defeat at tourney

Rubinson leads going into final round at Golf Classic

Frogs win opener but lose to rival SMU in overtime
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

The Frogs went 1-1 in its opening weekend, including a road-loss to rival Southern Methodist.

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