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Wednesday, November 4, 2002
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House votes in support of creating an honor code task force
By Emily Turner
Staff Reporter

The task force, comprising students, faculty and staff, would look at ways of constructing and implementing an honor agreement.


Child care proposal may be ready soon
By Amy Johnson
Staff Reporter

The university’s child care committee will use the results of a December survey in a proposal to show how many people on campus would like on-campus childcare.

University adds director post as part of effort to reorganize career services

Results of House of Student Representatives’ meeting

Turkey-day trek

Street crossing photo

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Freshmen Bryan Hanson and Andrew Blanchard hike to the freshman parking lot to head home for the Thanksgiving holiday. .



Be thankful for all that you have

Parking still stinks, dining is inedible and tuition will rise again.

And thank God that for most of us, those are our biggest worries.

Students need to accept mild Fort Worth weather
Jenny Specht

People who live in Texas experience a phenomenon known as having “one’s blood thin.”

Alumnus believes new ring design won’t help tradition

Sports Features

Frogs emphasize offensive chances
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

After Saturday’s upset loss at the hands of then 3-6 East Carolina, the Frogs (8-2, 5-2 Conference USA) know that overlooking 3-8 Memphis is not a wise option.

Ricky Madison against East Carolina
Special to Skiff
Junior tailback Ricky Madison and the Frogs stumbled in their attempt for sole possession of the Conference USA title against East Carolina, but can still clinch a share with a win against Memphis Saturday. The game starts at 2 p.m. at Amon Carter Stadium.


Women use work, tradition to build lacrosse team
By Lauren Kane
Skiff Staff

It is a game few people understand and even fewer play. At TCU only a handful of students play on the women’s lacrosse team, but the women who do play have a passion for the game that is apparent when they are on the field.

If Liberty Bowl gets to choose, Frogs say ‘Pick me’

Rubinson holds on to claim individual title

Lady Frogs taking part in holiday tournament

Real world experience poses a challenge to three recent graduates
By Lyndsay Ferguson
Skiff Staff

Stepping into the real world after college can be hard, but three former college students offer advice on how to cope.


Stress Relievers
From dancing to shopping, many methods can reduce tension
By Shawna Dunkel
Skiff Staff

Stress is no stranger to the average college student. But there are a variety of creative ways to handle it, whether it be physical exercise or jamming to music.

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