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Thursday, December 5, 2002
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Winter wonderland
Campus gathers for 22nd annual tree lighting
By Kristen Eloe
Skiff Staff

Some of the TCU community came together to sing Christmas carols in the biting cold, spend time together and give back a little to those in need.

Photo of the Ferrari's caroling

Photographer/Ty Halasz
Chancellor Michael Ferrari and his wife, Jan, join students in singing a few Christmas carols.

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INTEGRITY

Groups should trash test files

One of SGA’s big catch phrases this semester has been the “honor code.” It is looking to advance a code of conduct that would determine the way we carry ourselves in class and on assignments and tests. Students would be required to sign their names to a promise that they would not lie, cheat, steal or condone others who do.

Alcohol sales OK’d near coliseum

Kappa Sigs begin road to reinstatment

Spreading resources

Kung Fu fighting

Lowest paid staff members need raise
Brandon Ortiz


Views expressed in column go against Christian beliefs

Sports Features

Defense leads all-conference choices
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

Conference USA announced its all-conference awards Wednesday with 10 Frogs gathering honors.

Football photo

Photographer/Simon Lopez
The Frog defense held six of the 10 TCU selections for the All-Conference USA team.

Special studies
Kinesiology professors research topics such as eating disorders
By Sarah Cox
Skiff Staff

Kinesiology professors conduct research in special interest topic areas throughout the year.

History professors have homework, too
By Rachel Bruce
Skiff Staff

Professors in the history department are actively conducting research in an effort to update current knowledge.
Students, faculty perform cutting-edge research
By Rachel Bruce
Skiff Staff

Engineering faculty and students are involved in many research projects to stay abreast of changes and get hands-on experience in the field.

Struggling Lady Frogs face rival Mustangs
By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

The Lady Frogs look to quickly rebound from a poor showing on Tuesday with a game against cross-town rival SMU tonight.

Center Court

Frogs take on big meet before break

Rubinson named C-USA Golfer of month for Nov.

Browne earns Academic All-America honors

Memphis WR dismissed after Nov. 30 TCU scuffle

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