TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
TCU aims to keep tuition low

Higher education seems to be synonymous with higher tuition costs wherever you go.

The College Board released new information Tuesday comparing the increase for private and public universities. Private school tuition increased six percent for the current academic year, from an average cost of $18,596 to $19,710.
Taking a break

Photo of girl on bench

Vichitraweer Singh/Staff Photographer
Sophomore political science major Jessica Thomason takes a break on a bench near the Mary Couts Burnett Library Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday’s high temperature reached 86 degrees.
Program sets new record

With 195 prospective students attending the monthly Monday at TCU this week, the program set a new record of student attendance, said Carrie Wright-Brown, admissions coordinator of Monday at TCU.
SGA election code is temporarily suspended

Student Government Association passed a resolution Tuesday night temporarily suspending its election code to approve its House Judiciary Board Committee.

Volleyball shouldn’t be overlooked

One day after the initial Bowl Championship Series standings were released, conversations regarding the Frogs possibly receiving an invitation to a BCS bowl were rampant all over campus.
Think of troops when Christmas shopping

Only 63 shopping days until Christmas. Have you decided what to get America’s soldiers,
Restrictions maintain safety

Parking complaints are as much a TCU tradition as wearing the purple and white.
Setting the record
The 2003 season has proven to be record-breaking for the TCU volleyball team.

Junior outside hitter Dominika Szabo said much of the team’s success this season is a result of the players adjusting to head coach Prentice Lewis’ system.

“Coach was new, and we all had to work together to get used to the new system and the six new recruits she brought,” Szabo said.

Lewis, who came to TCU before the start of the 2002 season, also said the players’ added year of experience under her system has been key to the Frogs’ success this season.

“We have a lot more players and one more year of understanding,” Lewis said.
Madonna: a retrospective
Twenty years after the release of her first album, one of the best-selling artists of all time is still going strong

Boys love her, girls hate her and conservatives everywhere condemn her career as a smorgasbord of public indecency only to be rivaled with Monica Lewinski and that blue dress. Whether you love, hate, condemn or condone her, it is evident to everyone that Madonna knows how to get publicity. Her personal life is almost indiscernible from the ever-changing public image that has been on the cutting edge of fashion, music and media censorship for over 20 years.
Madonna: a timeline

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