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Friday, December 5, 2003
Journalism dept. loses full accreditation

TCU’s journalism department needs to hire more minorities and solve budget problems before it can receive full accreditation, said Tommy Thomason, department chair.
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Jewelry sale

Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
Sophomore history major Portia Barker and junior advertising and public relations major Veronica Shields look at some of the interesting jewelry in the Student Center Lounge Thursday afternoon. Today will be the last day of the craft show.
MBA program gains strength

A more selective approach to accepting students and a stronger group of students to choose from have helped propel the growth of the graduate program at the M.J. Neeley School of Business, said Peggy Conway, director of MBA admissions.
Students develop new sorority

A new voice is being heard on campus, and it’s Chi Upsilon Sigma, the most recent addition to TCU’s Greek community.

Student debuts ‘Cooking in College’ DVD

Local residents satisfied

Linfante still walking the course at age 82


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Today is the last issue of the TCU Daily Skiff for the 2003 fall semester.
New state law puts children in harm’s way

I hate needles.

I cringe every time I think about going to the doctor’s office to get a shot in the arm or somewhere even less fun.

Don’t forget about the band

Student gives earned advice

Spotlight on: Erin Irons

Senior Erin Irons has helped shape the TCU swimming program into a Conference USA powerhouse and plans to help shape the lives of children when she graduates with her master’s degree in May 2005.
Shameful C-USA politics open door for move

Look at TCU getting the press now.

Look at those Frogs causing a stir and causing some controversy.

Any publicity is good publicity, right?
Football writers give Browne C-USA honors

TCU place kicker Nick Browne has been named the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year as selected by the head football coaches and media members in each conference city, the conference office announced today.
Missy Elliot

Whether you like her or not, you’ve got to admit: Missy Elliot has guts.

Elliot’s latest CD, “This is Not A Test,” is just as boldly musical as her pervious albums, if not more so. The newly slimmed down Elliot took it upon herself to become even more provocative as she pushes the boundary between comfort and uncomfortable.
FILM REVIEW: Bad acting leaves 'Timeline' flat

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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