TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Club devotes time to children

As a small group of TCU students arrives at the Marine Park apartment complex children rush to let them in so they can immediately start playing with their grown-up playmates.
The next generation

TCU tour photo

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Sophomore neuroscience major Samantha Forck, a member of the TCU Student Foundation, points out the finer parts of campus to prospective students and their parents Monday afternoon on University Drive.
Fines for illegal parking now more expensive

Shannon Flood said she knows she and other students will have to find another place to park other than the public streets surrounding campus.
Web portal to combine many student services

Starting Monday, the campus Web portal ( will combine many services currently provided by FrogNet and TCU Web site links.

Lower ticket prices back to $15

If everyone on campus had to name the No. 1 problem at TCU in order to win a million dollars, parking would be the ticket.
Funds for rebuilding should be used wisely

President Bush is asking Congress for $87 billion to help the rebuilding efforts in Iraq and parts of Afghanistan, but the Bush administration is making wasteful requests in the funding package.

Editorial cartoon

Defense carries Frogs to road victory in Tampa

Sophomore Tye Gunn took all the snaps in this game and showed some rust but managed to throw many nice passes, including a brilliant pass to a streaking freshman Cory Rodgers for the team’s only touchdown.
Frogs net sixth win, move up in ranking

In a weekend of college football where 10 teams came into play undefeated, only half made it through Saturday with a perfect record still intact.

Frogs named C-USA players of the week

Women’s soccer team defeats Houston 3-2

Volleyball team wins 16th match of season

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