TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, August 28, 2003
Opinion
Athletics to recap proper conduct
Program aims to prevent future NCAA violations

Student athletes and coaching staffs will start a training program in October to define what is appropriate conduct, following NCAA violations that were reported in the men’s basketball program over the summer, according to university officials.
Correction

In Wednesday's story, “Koehler announces retirement plans,” information was incorrectly attributed to Add Ran College of Humanities and Social Sciences Associate Dean Don Coever, who did not attempt to speak on behalf of the faculty in response to Provost William Koehler’s retirement announcement.

Freshman class sets size record

Construction sites will be clear after Labor Day

Overcrowding

Searching the sky

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Sophomore theater major Curtis Shideler and astronomy instructor Dr. Doug Ingram observe the planet Mars through a telescope on Wednesday night in front of the Mary Couts Burnett Library.
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RULES

Others should follow our lead
COMMENTARY

Communication is key.
In any job in any industry, communication is vital to the success of a company or organization.

Everyone has the power to conserve energy

War against unhealthy food threatens to be apocalypse now

Sports  
Women’s soccer prepares for season
Video training program helps coaches focus all efforts on women’s team

The 2003 soccer season is going to be a very different one from the last 21 years in head coach David Rubinson’s career at TCU. This year, Rubinson and his staff have only one team to concentrate on.
   

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