TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 16, 2003
Clean Sweep

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Esco Weatherspoon, who works in TCU’s grounds department, removes fallen leaves from the curbs along University Drive Wednesday afternoon.
Ambassadors show strength in numbers

Maria Christina Poulos, a senior communication studies major, remembers how excited she was the day she received her TCU Ambassadors application.


New portal opens up for TCU

TCU unveiled an expanded version of my.tcu.edu, a new web portal, to replace Frognet and other student Internet services Monday.
More students decide to study abroad


Like many students studying Spanish, Rahwa Neguse, a junior sociology major, would like to study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country to improve her conversational skills. However, unlike most students, she said she wants to study in the Dominican Republic.
Opinion
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ABROAD

Travel and study at the same time

Ever want to see London? How about Barcelona, Spain, or Florence, Italy?

Editorial cartoon

Drinking age should be 18 years and over

Use free time to read for fun

Girls hate it, guys love it

Sports

Szabo

A welcome change
Roster additions contribute to winning streak

Last year, the TCU women’s soccer team finished its 2002 Conference USA campaign with only one win, landing the Frogs in 13th place out of 14 teams.
Former Horned Frog coach to be honored

Former TCU head football coach Jim Wacker will be honored during a half-time ceremony at the TCU and Alabama-Birmingham football game Saturday at Amon Carter Stadium.

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