TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Frogs advance to sixth in BCS

(AP) - TCU moved a big step closer to busting up the BCS.

The Horned Frogs jumped up to sixth place in the Bowl Championship Series standings Monday, the highest ranking ever for an outsider to the system.
’Tis the voting season

Voting advertisement

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
A big inflatable snowman was placed outside the Mary Couts Burnett Library Monday to promote today’s SGA elections. For more information about the candidates, go to the voter’s guide.
SGA Voter's Guide

In effort to help the student body make an informed decision about the Student Government Association eletions today, The Skiff compiled information about the candidates.
Bigger job market projected

Finding a job that provides a good paycheck, satisfaction and job security can be difficult.

Students still tan despite dangers

Faculty exempt from review


Choose your SGA officials today

For the most part, TCU students are not notorious for their participatory nature.

Napster back on college campuses for small fee

Napster is back and running for a small fee and that skateboard-riding logo is setting its sights on college campuses.

Veterans, thanks for America’s freedoms

This Veteran’s Day, remember America’s military women, too

Cast ballot for SGA

Frogs could make history with hard work, luck

Saturday was a great night for college football, well Frog fans anyway. Florida State lost to Clemson in the Bowden Bowl and Pittsburgh won a thriller over Virginia Tech.
Tennis ends fall season with a victory at A&M

The TCU men’s tennis squad concluded its fall season Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Texas A&M Invitational in College Station. The Horned Frogs played seven singles matches with the host Aggies, recording their lone victory at No. 3 singles thanks to junior Daniel Scholten.

Swim team earns fourth place at Invitational

Combative sports to require blood tests

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