TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, December 03, 2003
Tuition below national average

Students beware: Administrators say TCU has room to increase tuition.

“We are providing an above-average education for a below-average price,” said Carol Campbell, vice chancellor for business and administration.
Hitting the books

study time

Lauren Johnson/Staff photographer
Sophomore criminal justice major Andrea Fraley studies in the periodicals Tuesday afternoon in the Mary Couts Burnett Library. With finals nearing, the library has been busy.
Students help children display art

Fort Worth area children are “Wild at heART” and their work can be seen at the Mary Couts Burnett Library thanks to the efforts of several TCU art history students.
Business school may add major

Officials in the M.J. Neeley School of Business are hoping to add a new major to the school’s curriculum.

“The supply chain’s management program is expected to be approved by fall 2004,” said Charles Lamb, chairman of the department of information systems and supply chain management, the unit requesting the program.

Exemptions change

Aide to councilwoman strives to make difference

Opinion
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Fort Worth Bowl not so bad for TCU
COMMENTARY

The Fort Worth Bowl may not have quite the same ring as, say, the Fiesta Bowl, Rose Bowl or Orange Bowl, but it will have to do for the 2003 Horned Frog football team.
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Letters to the editor

Safety in jeopardy due to short travel time



TCU should cancel day of classes before holiday
Recycling awareness needs to be increased
COMMENTARY

Done with that newspaper? Throw it in the trash.

Going to sit down and eat in The Main? Grab the Styrofoam box.

Mailbox filled with those annoying fliers? Reach over and pop it in the garbage, because obviously, walking the extra two steps to the little recycling box on the table is too much work.
Sports

Lady Frogs remain undefeated

The Lady Frogs improved their record to 4-0 as they beat the Texas-Arlington Lady Mavericks 73-43.

The score was tied at five with 17:02 remaining in the first half, but the Lady Frogs pulled away and never looked back.

 
Features
Bars change with the times

For all those of you out there who are 21, you may have wondered the history of what may be your favorite locale — the Quintessential Bar.

A guide to local bars
For all those of you who are turning 21 after the break or who are already 21, here’s your guide to TCU’s local bars.

Upcoming events
A calendar of the Metroplex’s bar scene
COMMENTARY

I am not talking about the bomb. I’m talking about the band. Howitzer has invaded Fort Worth and is marking its territory by playing regularly at clubs and music complexes in the Fort Worth area. However, they come in peace, just wanting to enjoy themselves while doing shows and entertaining their fans.

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