TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, September 26, 2003
Lights dim at Stage West
Theater to move out by the end of the month

Stage West Theater’s 10-year stint on the corner of Berry Street and University Drive is coming to an end.

Stage West

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
The Stage West Theater has closed its doors and will move to a new location at the W.E. Scott Theater.
Phi Gamma Delta suspended
Fraternity being investigated for possible hazing

The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is being investigated for possible hazing violations, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills said Thursday night.
Institute leads in substance-abuse research

Dwayne Simpson, director of TCU’s Institute of Behavioral Research, says he does not feel neglected.

Though most of the TCU community is not aware of Simpson’s work, William Koehler, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, said the IBR has evolved into one of the top drug-abuse treatment research centers in the country.

Law students on the rise

Eating disorder support group has first meeting

Police Blotter

Opinion
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REALITY

Cheers and jeers of reality TV
COMMENTARY

Reality television is everywhere, and it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.
QuoteUnquote
Quotes we ran that made you think ... or laugh
Banning needs to end
COMMENTARY

“Harry Potter” books contain mysticism. Ban them.
Sports
Younger members of Patterson’s Posse take over

Going into this season, the six players poised to lead the Frogs to another successful year were touted as “Patterson’s Posse.”
Golf moves up in preseason ranking

Following an impressive second-place showing at the season-opening Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges, the Horned Frogs men’s golf team made the biggest jump in the Precept Coaches Poll, moving from 14th in the preseason ratings to seventh in the Sept. 24 poll.

The Edge

Key Matchup

TCU kicks off C-USA soccer this weekend

Men’s tennis season starts off in Atlanta

Features
Reality TV

After a summer when “Queer” was trendy and mainstream, “Big Brother” was a welcome addition to more American homes than ever and “Cupid” shot arrows of cruelty rather than true love, this fall is shaping up to be a delightfully dysfunctional season of reality television.
Music Reviews
Leona Naess — “Leona Naess”

Smile Empty Soul — “Smile Empty Soul”

O.A.R. — “In Between Now and Then”

Honey Tongue — “Take Me Anywhere”

Robert Earl Keen — “The Party Never Ends — Songs You Know From The Times You Can’t Remember”
Hot Spots
Asleep at the Wheel

13th Annual Fall Fort Worth Home and Garden Show

Live Onstage!

Oliver live on stage

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

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