TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, September 25, 2003
Finding his faith

Sports broadcasting legend Pat Summerall said he was last on the TCU campus as a football player for the University of Arkansas, when his team was defeated.

Pat Summerall

Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
Long time sports broadcaster Pat Summerall recalls his experiences with John Madden and his life in broadcast journalism Wednesday night in the Sid W. Richardson building.
Input sought for provost search

Faculty and staff expressed their opinions about what characteristics the Advisory Provost Search Committee should look for in a candidate during a forum Wednesday.
Prepaid tuition an option for the future

Parents can now be thinking about their children’s future education earlier than usual because of a plan that will allow them to prepay college tuition.

Career Night gives students the chance to meet future employers

TCU ranks in top 100 universities

Opinion
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CAREER

Job fair offers great opportunities

Preparing for the future can definitely be one of the least fun aspects of attending college.
YourViews
Letters to the Editor

Cutting trees for parking unnecessary


The Main should be first concern for change

Editorial Cartoon

Sports
Golf to play in second tourney

The women’s golf team enters the Dick McGuire Invitational this weekend with a great deal of momentum after a second place finish in the Oregon State Invitational last week.tory
Parcells to use three receivers

IRVING — Bill Parcells’ favorite offensive system is an easy choice. It’s the one that scores the most points.

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