TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday,November 13, 2003
Eason removed from SGA race

Elections and Regulations Chairman Nick James said late Wednesday night Blake Eason had been eliminated from the Student Government Association presidential race.
Hometown Pride

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
A banner reading “Fort Worth is our home town” beckons drivers to come watch TCU play Cincinnati on Saturday. The banner, which went up Tuesday, was donated by ABC Flag.
Summer school rules to be evaluated

A more detailed evaluation of summer school enrollment policies has been prompted since the firing of former radio-TV-film chairman Roger Cooper in September, said Nadia Lahutsky, Faculty Senate chair.
UNT fraternity issued four-year suspension

DENTON — Members of a University of North Texas fraternity, suspended for hazing, are sought by police in connection with alcohol violations.
 
Opinion
TheSkiffView
DISGRACE

Students have right to know results
COMMENTARY

Tuesday night, the results of the Student Government Association elections were in, but if you looked in the Skiff, you couldn’t find the margins of victory anywhere. Want to know why?
TheOtherView
Decision shows bad precedent and censorship

COMMENTARY

CBS’s rash decision last week to scrap airing the four-hour miniseries “The Reagans” can only be considered a weak-willed submission to Republican political censorship.

Editorial cartoon

Sports
TCU deserves BCS berth

Just because TCU is ranked in the top six of the Bowl Championship Series now doesn’t mean they want us there. So allow me to apologize to those who control the BCS rankings. I’m sorry that TCU can’t blow out a team 77-0. I’m sorry that Arizona is no longer a national power, like they were when that game was scheduled. I’m sorry there is no big team on TCU’s schedule. But does that detract that much from what TCU is doing?
Frogs host football pep rally on campus

TCU Athletics and Sodexho Services will host a football pep rally Friday, at noon in the Main Cafeteria in the Brown-Lupton Student Center.

Two golfers commit to play for women’s team

A pair of standout Texas high school golfers, Angela Akins and Carrie Morris have committed to play for TCU, said head women’s golf coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin Wednesday. Both will be true freshmen for the 2004-05 season.

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