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Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Film critic to speak on Judaism

ABC-TV film critic Joel Siegel will share his insights and humor about his job and Jewish heritage tonight at the sixth annual Gates of Chai Lectureship in Contemporary Judaism at 8 p.m. in Ed Landreth Auditorium.


Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Sophomore theater major C.J. Meeks acts the part of a killer spider from a mailbox and attacks senior education major Steve Witt in the Senseless Acts of Comedy’s headlines sketch Monday night in the Student Center Lounge.
Neeley resource center changes staff

This semester, three new faces were added to the staff of the M.J. Neeley School of Business’s Resource Center, said Bill Moncrief, senior associate dean.

Student organizations may increase by two

Two new groups, Simper Society and People for Animal Welfare, have applied to join the roster of university-sponsored student organizations this semester, said Darron Turner, director of Student Development Services.


SGA should consider these 10 items

Today marks Student Government Association’s first meeting for the 2003 fall semester. To get its members thinking, the Skiff editorial board has organized a list of 10 ideas for the organization to consider this semester:

Letters to the editor

Parking spots unattainable, even with campus permit

Seat assignments in class confuse student

Expansion evaluated

Of the issues discussed by Chancellor Boschini in his speech at Convocation, one stood out in particular. After addressing TCU’s various needs, the chancellor raised the question of a substantial increase in TCU’s enrollment.

Frogs extend winning streak

The volleyball team broke in its new home at the University Recreation Center in dominating fashion at the Adidas Invitational Friday and Saturday.

The Frogs, who have an overall record of 9-1, defeated both Texas-Pan American and Arkansas-Pine Bluff in consecutive three-game sweeps, then worked their way past Arkansas State 3-1. The tournament wins put TCU on a nine-match winning streak and give the Frogs their second straight tournament title.

Soccer team yields tie, loss in home tourney

The women’s soccer team completed its nonconference schedule at home this weekend, finishing with one tie and one loss in the TCU Tournament.

Football climbs in ranking in week off

Cross country places at season opener

Lady Frogs named No. 22 in preseason ranks

Frogs to play Brazil in exhibition tour

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