TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 8, 2003
Staff Assembly recommends cuts
Tuition benefits still possible for dependents

TCU employees whose dependents are not accepted to the university may still receive tuition benefits at community colleges if top administrators approve a recommendation made by the Staff Assembly Tuesday.

Carol Campbell

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Carol Campbell, vice chancellor for finance and business, explains TCU’s expenditures to the Staff Assembly Tuesday afternoon.
Campus addresses diversity issues

The fifth annual Conference on Inclusiveness tackled the topic of diversity in a straightforward manner Tuesday.

On the Sept. 30 sports page, the TCU women’s soccer player photographed was sophomore Elizabeth Walsh.
SGA funds trip to convention

Student Government Association unanimously passed a bill at Tuesday night’s meeting to supply a portion of funds to send Alpha Epsilon Delta, an organization for pre-health students, to its national convention.

Telemarketers should observe list

You’re at home, the phone rings and you pick it up. Is it a friend asking you to have lunch with him? A family member? Nope, after a long pause and a few “hellos”, a telemarketer comes on the line and asks for someone with a last name similar to yours.

What about boys?

The Dallas Independent School District is going ahead with plans for an all-girl public high school. A number of studies have shown that females benefit from single-sex education, so the school could be an interesting experiment for Dallas and for Texas in general.

That may be fine for the girls, but how about the boys?

China should have some
concerns about N. Korea


While Iraq and Iran have taken precedence in the news lately, there is still another country of great concern to both the U.S. and Asia: North Korea.
Fans should expect more from Frogs

The Frogs are 5-0 for only the second time since World War II.

The defense is ranked in the top 20 in most NCAA statistical categories, and the offense is averaging over 400 yards a game.
Tull named C-USA’s co-golfer of the month

Preseason All-American Brooke Tull has collected her first official award of the new school year, taking home Conference USA Co-Golfer of the Month honors for September. The senior picked up one tournament title and a top-10 finish in the Horned Frogs’ two events last month.
Top 15 comedies you should see

Did any of these movies win Academy Awards? We don’t care. Do any of these movies have redeeming social value? Not likely. But we do care that many students will graduate without seeing some of the best comedies ever made. To help those students, the Skiff staff has put together a list of some of the comedies every student should see before graduation.
monty python and the holy grail

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