TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Possible violation delays SGA presidential results

The Student Government Association presidential race is still undetermined.
Elections and Regulations Chairman Nick James said a campaign violation has been filed, but he declined to comment further.

“All I will say is a violation has been filed, and we will deal with it in the morning,” said James, a junior political science major.

Voting photo

Karly Campbell/Staff Photographer
A line of students in the Student Center Lounge wait to cast their vote in the election Tuesday.
Trustees OK practice field construction

The Board of Trustees voted Friday to start construction on a new football turf practice field, Athletics director Eric Hyman said.

He said preparations for the field should begin soon. Hyman also informed the board about the recent changes with Conference USA.
Workers injured by power lines

Two workmen were seriously injured at the Bellaire Ranch apartments Tuesday when the scaffold they were moving was pushed by a gust of wind into a power line, Fort Worth Fire Department spokesman Lt. Kent Worley said.

“On the Town” to premier on campus

Students get house calls


Student Affairs go door-to-door

If you want to know something, sometimes you just have to find it out yourself.
Party labels divide us

Last week, Republicans in Congress hit a new low in the battle between the parties. The health and education spending bill currently before Congress provides exactly $0 for Democratic congressional districts in the House of Representatives.
Meeting new people takes courage, but it is worth it

If you could create a national holiday, what would it be?

You’d have to think carefully because a lot of them are already taken.
Frogs focused on play, not on hoopla

In a week that has seen the Horned Frogs football team enter the top six in the Bowl Championship Series rankings, people are starting to talk.

So, how is head coach Gary Patterson handling all of the hoopla?
Lady Frogs ranked No. 24 in preseason poll

The Associated Press rated the TCU Lady Frogs No. 24 in its preseason poll, released Tuesday afternoon. A week ago, TCU was tabbed No. 23 in the USA Today/ESPN/WBCA Coaches’ Poll.
Frogs cross country teams travel to Waco

The TCU men’s and women’s cross country teams travel to Waco Saturday to compete in the South Central Regional Cross Country Championships. The men’s 10K event gets underway at 10 a.m., while the women toe the starting line for their 6K race at 11:15 a.m. The top two teams in both races, along with the top three individuals, will advance to the NCAA Championships, which will be held in Waterloo, Iowa on Nov. 24.
Exercise helps college students maintain health

By the time Crystal Bennett reaches the corner of Stadium and Bellaire, the sun has barely begun to peek its face across the eastern horizon. The grass is still fresh with dew, the temperature has yet to reach 70 degrees and the campus is still very much asleep. After all, it’s only 6:30 a.m.
Unhealthy American ways travel across ocean

Recently, the Krispy Kreme doughnut franchise opened up a new store in London, England. According to BBC news, the arrival of America’s favorite pastry was met with mixed emotions in the United Kingdom.

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