TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, October 30, 2003
Students envision design for studio

The tenant of a dilapidated building in the south side of Fort Worth is drawing inspiration from TCU students to design his dance studio, although most of the students are designing anything but.
DESIGN WOMEN

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Sophomore interior design majors Carole Ann Bowles, left, Brittany Rebstock, center, and Marie Stanton work on the redesigning of a dilapidated dance studio south of downtown Fort Worth for instructor Julie Ballantyne’s design concepts class.
Portion of new core to be considered

The Faculty Senate will vote today on what students’ experiences will be with the Heritage, Mission, Vision and Values portion of the new curriculum, said Edward McNertney, Core Implementation Committee chairman.
Big East meeting could affect C-USA roster

Conference USA could finally be taking shape after the Big East conference presidents meet Nov. 4 in New York. C-USA Commissioner Britton Banowksy said in all likelihood, C-USA is going to lose some schools in the north after the presidents’ meeting. According to published reports, those schools are Marquette University, University of Cincinnati, DePaul University and University of Louisville.
Exchange students find obtaining visas to be extremely difficult

As a U.S. citizen, a student can apply for a passport at more than 5,000 locations nationwide, including state courts, post offices and some libraries and municipal offices.
Opinion

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C-USA

It could be time to abandon ship

And then there were 12.If the schools that are rumored to be leaving Conference USA for the greener pastures of the Big East do part ways, and C-USA ensures its survival by maintaining a 12-team conference that includes Rice, Tulsa, Southern Methodist and Marshall, there will be many advantages.

Senate disregards women’s health issues

Graduating seniors will look like grapes

It’s time to vote for SGA

Limit intake of junk ‘food

Sports
BCS system could see potential changes

TCU Athletics director Eric Hyman said Wednesday he hopes the government will not be forced to intervene with the Bowl Championship Series, but said that the current system brings up fairness issues and needs to be more inclusive.
Senior and sophomore swimmers receive awards

Senior swimmer Erin Irons and sophomore Kelly Seely both earned Conference USA performer of the week awards for the week of Oct. 28, the conference office announced earlier this week. Irons has been honored with Swimmer of the Week four times over the course of her career; this is Seely's first Diver of the Week crown.
Fort Worth Bowl to feature C-USA, Big 12 teams

The teams competing in the inaugural PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl could be announced by early December, said Tom Starr, the bowl’s executive director.

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