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Wednesday, December 4, 2002
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Staff to submit resolution against Rec. Center fee
By Amy Johnson
Staff Reporter

Some staff disapprove of the new fee they will have to pay to use the University Recreation Center, which will open next semester.

General Audience

Bobby Knight

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Legendary college basketball coach Bob Knight and Texas Tech played in a packed house at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Tuesday.

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WORKOUT

Employees deserve free exercise, too

The talk around campus, especially within the administration, is that the faculty and staff will have to pay a fee for use of the remodeled and renovated University Recreational Center.

Winter wonder

SGA to fund recycling, furniture for Rec. Center

Advice to successfully navigate finals week
Chris Suffron


Honor code is needed to increase students’ integrity

Jose Luis Hernandez

Sports Features

Frogs lack punch, but not effort in loss to Texas Tech
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

The Frogs ran into a better basketball team Tuesday, and it showed in an 18-point loss.

Basketball photo

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Sophomore guard Ashley Browning and the Lady Frogs turned the ball over 26 times in a 60-58 loss to Wisconsin-Green Bay Tuesday.

 

Whirlwind of movies hit silver screen this holiday season
By Taylor Gibbons
Skiff Staff


From “The Lord of the Rings” sequel to a new Nickelodeon movie, one student reviews several movies making their debut in the next few weeksy

Coach Knight takes center court, not men’s game
COMMENTARY
Jordan Blum

The packed house at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Tuesday saw who they wanted to see, but will they keep coming?

Some high-tech gadgets could be perfect gifts this holiday season
By Jonathan Takiff
Knight Ridder Newspapers

Though it might seem impossible to shop for those that have everything, this season offers many creative electronic alternatives to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Miscues, bad shots hurt Lady Frogs
By Chad Murray
Skiff Staff

A 16-0 run to start the game was not enough as the Lady Frogs fell at home to Wisconsin-Green Bay 60-58 Tuesday night.

Kansas City residents don’t necessarily live in Kansas
COMMENTARY
Megan Rhodes

Residents are long tired of explaining the where’s and why’s of the great “Kansas or Missouri side” debate.

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