TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Friday, November 7, 2003
Board of Trustees to meet today

Victor Boschini will meet with TCU’s Board of Trustees today for the first time in the role of chancellor.

“I’m a little nervous about meeting with all of them for the first time, but I have already met with so many of them individually,” Boschini said.
Cold front

Scott Sunde

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Junior music education major Scott Sunde practices a new routine for the marching band Thursday night on the west side of Amon Carter Stadium. Temperatures dropped down to the 40s while the band was practicing.
Committee reduces sanction
SGA candidate allowed to speak to organizations

Junior finance major Blake Eason had new hope for his Student Government Association presidential campaign after meeting with the Student Organizations Committee Wednesday afternoon.

Junior wide receiver Reggie Harrell was misidentified in a photo on Thursday’s sports page.

In the Oct. 31 edition of the Skiff, Susan Douglas Roberts was incorrectly identified on second reference. It should have said Douglas Roberts.

New students require advising

London director visits TCU

Alumna transforms photographs into abstract art at a local gallery


Candidate not given fair chance

Political candidates use the public forum to get a better feel of what issues are important to their voters and to assure voters that they best represent our interests.

But what if one candidate doesn’t hear our concerns and cannot express his platform?
Metrosexual guys are girls’ new best friends

Pop Quiz: What channel is ESPN? Anybody? Bueller? Didn’t think so. Well, at TCU it happens to be Channel 24, and the ever popular SportsCenter is on at 6 p.m.
Quotes we ran that made you think… or laugh
BCS must be more equitable

The U.S. occupation of Iraq, the fires in California, not to mention global warming, Medicare and AIDS, have been many of the recent topics discussed on the floor of Congress. However, amidst all this, senators took the time to discuss the NCAA football championship system known as the Bowl Championship Series.
Soccer season ends in first round of tourney

TCU and Tulane’s women’s soccer teams battled through two periods and two overtimes Wednesday, but neither team could solve the other’s defense and the game ended in a 0-0 tie.
Meteorites at TCU
Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery offers students a new perspective of outer space right in their own backyard.

To examine pieces of the heavens, TCU students need look no further than the Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery in Sid W. Richardson Building, Room 240.

"Dying is an art, like everything else. I do it exceptionally well.”

These lines, from her poem “Lady Lazarus” perfectly encapsulate Sylvia Plath’s tragic suicide in 1963.

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