TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Garza off staff with pay for now

Assistant football coach Willie Mack Garza has been suspended with pay while the investigation about his involvement in a car accident early Saturday morning continues, athletics director Eric Hyman said in a press release Tuesday.
REPAIRMAN

Water main repair

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Construction worker Antonio Martinez repairs a water leak Tuesday afternoon between Jarvis Hall and Foster Hall.
Music practice rooms open

A TCU residence hall and a music building now have something in common: Waits Hall and Ed Landreth Hall are both home to practice rooms for music majors.
Hyman: Frogs OK in C-USA

TCU versus Oklahoma? Maybe. TCU versus San Jose State or New Mexico? It’s also possible depending on different moves conference and school officials make in the next few months.

Changes coming for the SAT

SGA swears in 68 new representatives

Opinion
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TCU should think before it acts
COMMENTARY

When the University of Miami and Virginia Tech University decided to leave the Big East Conference and accept the Atlantic Coast Conference’s invitation last summer, the entire sports world predicted the decision would have a great effect on collegiate athletics.
Plagiarism: No big deal?
COMMENTARY

It’s late. Really late. So late that even the late-night drive-throughs can’t get you the chalupa you’re craving. And it’s due. That huge, ugly, massive, overwhelmingly daunting term paper that has been on the syllabus for well over a month is due in a few hours.
There is a reason everyone tells you to “Get involved!”
COMMENTARY

“Get Involved!”

That’s the mantra that follows you through each orientation session, Frog Camp, campus-wide e-mails and even these columns. It’s the major advice most upperclassmen give to the new freshman class.
Sports
Field named for longtime donor

Home football games at Amon G. Carter Stadium changed forever Saturday.

The playing field at the stadium was named the W.A. Monty and Tex Moncrief Field thanks to a $3 million donation by Tex Moncrief, school officials said.
Volleyball ends winning streak at nine

The TCU volleyball team’s nine-game winning streak came to an end last weekend at the Pittsburgh Classic Championship, where the Frogs recorded one victory and two defeats en route to a third place finish.

Nick Brown named Player of the Week

U.S. team to compete against Brazil Sept. 30

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