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Thursday, September 20, 2001
TCU Daily Skiff

Former religion student remains in ICU after shooting
Erin LaMourie
Staff Reporter

Former TCU student Kimberly Whalin is still in intensive care and without health insurance after she was shot in the head by her ex-boyfriend Sept. 6, said her mother, Alice Whalin.
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Muslims should not be targeted, profs say
Forum panelists ask for religious tolerance
By Heather Christie
Staff Reporter

Three TCU professors advised the campus not to condemn the Muslim community despite media focus on the Islamic faith of Osama bin Laden, the primary suspect in last week’s terrorist attacks.
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The decrease in freshman minority enrollment was reported only in percentages in Wednesday’s Skiff.
In fall 2000, 201 of the 1,450 incoming students, or 13.68 percent, were minorities. In fall 2001, 182 of the 1,470 incoming students, or 12.01 percent, were minorities.
International students are not included in the total enrollment numbers for minority calculations.


New international education director plans to make fund raising a priority
By Kami Lewis
Staff Reporter

Luis Canales joined the International Education office at TCU as director in August, relocating from the University of Louisville in Kentucky, and says he would like to see 90 percent of all students take part in international education.

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SACS campus surveys coming soon
By Jacque Petersell
Staff Reporter

Surveys to assist in the university’s re-accreditation process will be finalized within a week, said Alan Shepard, director of the self-study required by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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Respected Guests

Mukhtar Anees and Moujahad Bakach, two Fort Worth Muslims, listen to the forum on religion and terrorism in the Student Center Ballroom Wednesday.

Volley Frogs expect another win
Player predicts victory in first C-USA match
By Colleen Casey
Skiff Staff

Coming off their second victory of the season, the Volley Frogs will play their first Conference USA match of the year against Southern Mississippi tonight with confidence, outside hitter Stephanie Watson said.
The Frogs, 2-6, captured their second win Tuesday night against North Texas on the same night Southern Miss, 5-4, lost to Mississippi State.
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Top choice for coaching vacancy to visit campus
Koonts to attend cross country meet Saturday
By Brandon Ortiz
Sports Editor

The favorite to fill the men’s and women’s cross country team’s coaching vacancy will be at the Baylor Invitational in Waco Saturday to meet athletes and staff, head track and field coach Monte Stratton said.
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