TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Ghouls, goblins and the girls of Colby Halloween

About 600 children had the chance to take the yellow brick road to a land full of candy, laughs and a few scares as Colby Hall played host to its 31st annual Colby Halloween event Tuesday night.

Colby Halloween photo

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Freshman broadcast journalism major Whitney Langdon stands above freshman fashion merchandising major Jamie Christensen and gives candy to a bunny at Colby Halloween.
Chancellor agrees to color change

Chancellor Victor Boschini decided Tuesday to change the color of the graduation caps and gowns from black to purple.
More students opt for AP tests

Lexie Strickling, a junior marketing and management major, started her freshman year with enough hours to classify as a sophomore. While still in high school, she tested out of 30 hours of college credit.

Frarority appeals to students

TCU faculty, students speak out at SGA forum


Spam clogs inboxes all too often

It’s one of those sad compliments to the digital revolution. A mountain of worthless messages in your e-mail box marketing everything from home loans to more vulgar materials.
Which is better, multiple-choice or essay tests?


Multiple-choice tests a good pick

Multiple choices, little learning
Youth against teenage sex

I was surfing the Internet a few weeks ago and saw an interesting headline from AOL’s AIM Today. The beginning of the headline, “Teens say they respect this ...” caught my attention.
Offense needs to step up again

One more week, one more win for the Frogs.

Head football coach Gary Patterson said Tuesday the TCU offense finally played the way it is capable of against Houston, but he also took the blame for the 55 points the defense allowed against the Cougars.
Schobel named finalist for lineman award

TCU defensive end Bo Schobel has been named as one of 12 semifinalists for the 34th Rotary Lombardi Award, which honors the top lineman in Division I College Football. The winner will be announced on Dec. 10 in Houston.
It’s for you...

These days, cell phones are providing an incredible array of functions, and new ones are being added to the market daily. People send pictures wirelessly. And polyphonic ring tones download faster than you can hum the Pink Panther theme.
Phones photo
Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Love & Hate
Students debate for and against cellular phones


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