TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, September 11, 2003
Department names interim chairman

David Whillock, associate dean of the College of Communication, will serve as interim chairman for the radio-TV-film department, said College of Communication Dean William Slater Wednesday.
Suiting out

Photo of David Whillock

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Freshman philosophy major Naomi Ayala and freshman premajor Angela Campbell get out of sumo wrestling suits following a head-to-head match in the Student Center Lounge. The sumo suits were provided by Lambda Kappa Kappa.
Campus remembers Sept. 11

TCU student leaders are encouraging the TCU community to take a moment of silence at 9:11 a.m. today and volunteer 10 service hours during September as a way to remember and reflect upon Sept. 11, 2001.
Milton set for renovations, possibly in 2004

Future renovations for Milton Daniel Hall are still unclear, but it is the highest priority among residence halls, said Roger Fisher, director of residential services.
Sig Eps renovate, expand

Summer renovations to the Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter room may not have been what their members originally wanted, but they couldn’t be happier with the results it has produced, fraternity president Gary Coyne said.
Opinion
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PROMISES

There’s no such thing in politics
COMMENTARY

Politicians seem to throw around money like they do their promises — freely and without much thought.
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Opinions from around the country

Music industry sues, downloads continue

COMMENTARY

The Recording Industry Association of America has just added non-purchased MP3s to its list of things for which to sue people.

Editorial Cartoon

Sports
Football team suffers injuries
Gunn to miss three to five weeks

This was the last thing the Horned Frog football team wanted.

More importantly, this was the last thing sophomore quarterback Tye Gunn wanted, especially after last season’s knee injury.

However, during Tuesday’s practice, it happened again.
TCU volleyball extends winning streak to six

After finishing first in last weekend’s tournament at North Carolina State, the Horned Frog volleyball team increased their historic winning streak to six with a three-game victory over the Prairie View A&M Panthers Tuesday. The Frogs have won six straight games for the first time in the program’s history and have a 6-1 record heading into Friday’s home opener against Texas Pan-American.

— courtesy of (www.gofrogs.com)
Frogs lose to SMU, will host tournament

The women’s soccer team dropped a heartbreaker Tuesday night at Southern Methodist, falling to the Mustangs 4-2 at Westcott Field. The Frogs dominated most of the game, but a couple of tough goals dashed the Frogs’ hopes of picking up their first-ever victory over SMU.

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