TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
The Big Switch
Chancellor, student change places for a day

Freshman premajor Matt Chisholm did not attend his classes Friday, but not because he stayed out too late the night before. Instead, he traded places with Chancellor Victor Boschini during The Big Switch.
Matt Chisholm
Photos by Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
Freshman premajor Matt Chisholm sits in Chancellor Victor Boschini’s chair and discusses the parking problem on the TCU campus with Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills.
Frogs drop in ranking
TCU moves from sixth to eighth in BCS

(AP) - TCU, the only undefeated team in Division I-A along with Oklahoma, fell from sixth to eighth in this week’s BCS polls. The Horned Frogs, who play Southern Mississippi Thursday on the road, need to be in the top six to guarantee an at-large berth in a BCS bowl.
Candidate reinstated, election rescheduled

Blake Eason is a presidential candidate again.
Eason, a junior finance major who was eliminated from the Student Government Association presidential race last week, was reinstated Monday after winning his appeal with the Student Organizations Committee.
SDS to create transition program

Student Development Services is creating a program this year to help ease students’ transitions to each stage of college life.
Opinion
TheOtherView
Pay increased wages to combat ‘McJob’ image

COMMENTARY


It’s official: If you have “a low-paying job that requires little skill and provides little opportunity for advancement,” you have a “McJob.”

TheSkiffView
MEDIA
News blurred with entertainment

COMMENTARY

Sweeps week. Yet another excuse for blatant sensationalism and pathetic attempts at journalism. While networks are stranding people on deserted islands or trying to match-make beauty with the belch, truth has become an obscure idea hidden by the search for drama.

Fan support is crucial

Student government’s budget spent on valuable causes

SGA needs honest officer

Sports
The push for 11-0
Frogs confident despite increased pressure to win

COMMENTARY

In a season where even the top teams falter to lesser competition, the Frogs took care of business once again Saturday afternoon against Conference USA rival Cincinnati.

Making the Grade

Two early interceptions did not prevent Brandon Hassell from having another solid performance. He finished with less-than-stellar numbers (200 total yards), but no one can question his value to the offense. His toughness, versatility and consummate team attitude are the reason for the offense’s breakout.

Browne selected C-USA Player of the Week

Eight sign on to TCU’s track and field team

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