TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Artist shares love of photos

Walking past the small artworks in the University Art Gallery, one gets the sense of eavesdropping on the thoughts of 18th and 19th century astronomers. Photography collages show figures of Greek mythology in relation to names of constellations.
SWEET SERENADE

Richard Estes, associate professor of music and director of opera theatre, performs Spanish songs Monday night alongside guitarist Chip Christ in PepsiCo Recital Hall.
Frogs rank 14th in BCS poll

The Bowl Championship Series released its first poll Monday, and the Horned Frogs are ranked No. 14. Joining the Frogs in the initial poll are the nation’s four other undefeated teams, including Northern Illinois University, the only other non-BCS school in the poll’s top 15.
Student challenges security

A college student who told authorities he placed box cutters and other banned items aboard two airliners to test security was charged Monday with taking a dangerous weapon aboard an aircraft and was released without bail.
 
Opinion
ATTEND
Give Frogs a home-field advantage
COMMENTARY

Watch the TV broadcasts and look for the obligatory shot across the stands. At most stadiums, the bleachers are filled to overflowing with fans wearing the school colors and cheering wildly.
TheOtherView
Specialty stores buried under big business

COMMENTARY

In the current age of corporate conglomerates controlling the market, consumers are losing out. Some proponents of big business may say that it brings new and better products into our lives, and it certainly does.

New parking a must

Healthcare focuses more on profit than on curing patients

Thrive on our unique society

Sports
Perseverance key to Frogs’ win

Saturday was a scary night for Frog fans.
With 8:23 left to play in the third quarter, the TCU defense allowed consecutive touchdown drives to Alabama-Birmingham. The two scoring drives, which opened the second half, gave the Blazers momentum and a 24-16 lead out of the locker room.
MakingTheGrade
Review of TCU vs UAB

Because of a leg injury Tye Gunn sustained early in the second half, both Gunn and Brandon Hassell saw significant playing time Saturday night. Neither signal caller played their best game against UAB, but they did combine to complete 50 percent of their pass attempts.

Browne receives fourth player of week honor

Buchanan receives player of week honor

Celtics trade Walker to Dallas Mavericks

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