TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
Fergie a hit with crowd

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum was lively Monday morning, not with the usual squeak of athletic shoes, but with the sounds of frantically clicking cameras, 3,500 screaming high school girls and Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson’s British accent.

Fergie

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Sarah Ferguson, England’s Duchess of York, speaks to a Daniel-Meyer Coliseum packed with Fort Worth women and high school students Monday morning.
Asst. football coach arrested

University athletic officials are investigating facts before disciplinary action could be taken against assistant football coach Willie Mack Garza, who was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving early Saturday morning, Athletics Media Relations Director Steve Fink said Monday.
TCU to develop along Berry

By the end of September, TCU’s top administrators say they hope to get their first look at the campus of the future.
Committee to plan TCU’s future

Chancellor Victor Boschini’s newly appointed strategic planning committee got to work last week determining the direction of TCU’s future, Leo Munson, co-chairman of the committee, said.
Opinion
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Coaches should set a good example
COMMENTARY

TCU football was in the headlines again this weekend, and it wasn’t only because the team beat Vanderbilt Saturday night.

It was because of what happened early Saturday morning.
TheOtherView
Opinions from around the country

COMMENTARY

On June 23, the Supreme Court handed down two important decisions on affirmative action policies at the University of Michigan. We applaud the court for upholding the constitutionality of affirmative action, which is an important tool used by universities to seek greater diversity. However, we believe that it should have upheld the systems at both the law school and the undergraduate program, rather than only the former.
Look out, Democrats
COMMENTARY

What did you expect?

Did you think the Republicans would welcome you back with open arms? Were you surprised that they upstaged your return and then put you on probation? Was any of this really that shocking?
Sports
Making The Grade
Team keeps focus, wins third straight game despite injuries

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