TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, September 4, 2003

Cooper fired as Radio-TV-Film chairman

Radio-TV-film professor Roger Cooper has been fired as the RTVF chairman following a controversy involving summer registration of students.

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Fitness instructor Rachel Julian leads a class of faculty and staff members in a workout Wednesday afternoon in the University Recreation Center.
Wellness classes offered to staff

The Unity Wellness Program, which began this summer, is designed to increase overall health for the faculty, staff and their spouses, said coordinator Amy Goodson.

Correction

The statistics in the Horned Frogs report card on Wednesday’s sports page were incorrectly reported. Go to (www.gofrogs.com) for the results.

Minority enrollment increases

Career Services moves into new facility

Opinion
TheSkiffView
WELLNESS

TCU doing good for staff, faculty
COMMENTARY

Every one wishes they had more time in the day to get in shape and stay healthy.

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Opinions from around the country

Club discusses issues about animal cruelty

Alternative option for contraceptives

Jobs difficult to find

Football game versus tailgate party

Sports
New coach promises a new approach
Cason brings fresh ideas to team

In the aftermath of violations reported in the men’s basketball program, head coach Neil Dougherty looked to his past to find a replacement for the future.

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Volleyball assistant coach Barbara Kovacs runs a blocking drill with outside hitter Calli Corley, a freshman premajor, on Wednesday afternoon in the University Recreation Center.
Volleyball team starts off on a good note

The second year of Prentice Lewis’ regime got off to a successful start last weekend, as the volleyball team placed second in their preseason tournament in Charleston, S.C.

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