TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
A lasting impression
Art students display work in Tandy Hall until end of spring semester

Senior painting major James Lassen was inspired by a crazy night at an art and music event at the Wreck Room, a local bar. His painting, “Experiencing the Art of Music,” captures his friends recovering on the stage at the end of the evening.

Art photo

Photos by Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
Craig Miller, a junior finance accounting major, enjoys the photo illustration “Palm Cross” by Mike Cocanower.

Campaign to kick off in January

With one fund-raising campaign finished and another just starting, TCU still needs $19 million to finish paying for two new buildings, according to university records.

The university needs $4 million to finish paying for the Steve and Sarah Smith Entrepreneurial Hall and $15 million to pay off a loan to build the University Recreation Center.

SGA to vote on honor code

The integrity of TCU was the topic of discussion by students, faculty and staff members Tuesday during a joint meeting.

Auto burglaries decrease

Re-elections to occur with original candidates

Ortiz returns as Skiff’s editor for next spring

Opinion
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ENERGY

Bill’s bad qualities outweigh good
COMMENTARY

It wouldn’t be the United States Congress without some sort of shenanigans going on.
The latest occurred in an energy bill passed by the House of Representatives Monday.
SGA won’t succeed without our respect
COMMENTARY

Not so long ago, on a campus close to our hearts,
There were candidates, fliers and all those campaign parts.
With each November comes election season,
A possible change is all the reason.
Culture, history being erased
COMMENTARY

After a one-day trial the nine-member Court of the Judiciary voted unanimously to remove Chief Justice Roy Moore from office this past Thursday. Moore was removed from office for refusing a federal judge’s order to move a 2.6 ton monument containing the Ten Commandments from the state Supreme Court building in Alabama back in August.
Sports
Team headed to New Orleans

The TCU women’s volleyball team completed its regular season schedule with a victory over East Carolina last weekend, increasing the Frogs record to 19-12 and 5-8 in Conference USA.
The 19 victories are the most wins compiled by a TCU volleyball team in the program’s history.
Now, the team must forget about the program’s record-setting season and shift its focus to the C-USA tournament in New Orleans, La. where the Frogs are the 10th seed.
Patterson’s posse focus on next game

Reporters and cameras from ESPN and local news stations gathered to listen to head coach Gary Patterson’s thoughts on the Bowl Championship Series at his weekly media luncheon Tuesday afternoon.

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