TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, December 4, 2003
O Christmas Tree

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to a TCU Christmas tree lighting, and good tidings to others weren’t far behind. The annual Holiday Tree Lighting illuminated the lawn of Sadler Hall Wednesday night followed by Christmas carols and the spirit of giving.
Jazzin’ it up

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
James Buckner, a theory/composition graduate student, plays a solo during jazz band rehearsal Wednesday afternoon in the band hall inside the Walsh Center.
Parking privileges could be in jeopardy

Clara Brown said she has heard every excuse in the book. “‘I couldn’t have been parked there for more than three minutes’, ‘but the officer told me I could park there’ ... I’ve heard it all,” said Brown, a police department administrative assistant.
History professor to teach in China

Asian history professor Peter Worthing has taught at TCU for only three semesters, yet he already plans to teach a course in Beijing this summer as part of the TCU study abroad program.

Take teacher evaluations seriously

As the school year winds down, we all get a shortened class period for the noble purpose of filling out teacher evaluations. Time to close your eyes, fill in a bubble and get some extra time to eat lunch. I mean, who cares about these things anyway?

Give a chance

Don’t be a homer, root for your Horned Frogs

Christmas is not all about presents

Editorial cartoon


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Racers’ comeback dooms Frogs

Only two days after facing the undefeated No. 1-ranked team in the nation, the Kansas Jayhawks, the TCU men’s basketball team faced yet another undefeated opponent Wednesday night.
Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Sophomore forward Chudi Chinweze checks Racer forward Kelvin Brown. The Frogs lost 73-67. Their overall record is 1-3.

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