TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 01, 2003
Investigation could end Friday

The investigation of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is expected to conclude Friday, Assistant Dean of Campus Life Mike Russel said Tuesday.

Photo of Stadium

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
TCU to be more selective

Every year, thousands of high school seniors across the country are finding it harder to get into colleges and universities.
Dorm social events geared to students

College can be a great time for crayons and fruit snacks said Adrienne Burch, a Colby Hall resident assistant.

Professor writes book

Greeks raffle off free tuition

Student Government discusses new business

Block joins prestigious board

Opinion
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DORMS

Hall events could be better
COMMENTARY

Those of us who live on campus have typical norms we live by. We live with many other people. We have a resident assistant, and we’re invited to attend wing socials and all-hall activities.
A woman’s White House?
COMMENTARY

The “Men Only” sign may soon be taken off the White House. Carol Moseley-Braun formally launched her bid for the presidency Sept. 22.
Like, you know, stop using ‘like’ in, like, every sentence
COMMENTARY

So you know how you’re all, like, “I want a good job,” and you know you have to get, like, the best internship or whatever, and you’ve got to have, like, a stellar résumé and stuff? That’s all, like, cool or whatever, but there’s, like, a little something else you need to do: Stop using the word “like” in every single sentence you speak.
Sports
Frogs win big at home

The TCU Horned Frogs volleyball team wrapped up the non-conference portion of their schedule with a dominating three-game sweep over Centenary Tuesday night in front of a raucous home crowd at the University Recreation Center.
Men’s golf team jumps to No. 1 ranking

After an impressive showing at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges, the TCU Horned Frog men’s golf team is now rated first in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin computer rankings system. The Horned Frogs also have impressed the NCAA coaches, leaping from 14th to seventh in the latest Precept Coaches Poll.

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