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Wednesday, August 22, and Thursday, August 23, 2001
TCU Daily Skiff

 

This week in C-USA

TCU this week
Football at Nebraska, noon Saturday at Tom Osborne Field at Memorial Stadium.
Womens soccer vs. Oklahoma State, 6 p.m. Sunday. (Scrimmage).

C-USA this week
Football
Louisville vs. New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Thursday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
Tulane at Brigham Young, 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Edwards Stadium.

Special Section - Your Home
editor's note: this section contains stories on the TCU community, dorm life, and roommate survival

Rickel renovations underway
Most services to continue until winter break
by Heather Christie
staff reporter

Students and sports teams will have limited use of the Rickel Building until December when it closes for renovation and construction of a new 202,000-square-feet recreation center.
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The major demolition phase of the recreation center renovations was completed this summer. All services except the tennis and racquetball courts will be available until December.

TCU draftees have high hopes for futures

by Colleen Casey
skiff staff

Former TCU pitcher Chad Durhamgraduated from TCU in 2000 with hopes to continue pursuing something that had been there since bfore he can remember. The fuel of Durham’s life is playing baseball.
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Erick Macha was one of three TCU baseball players taken in the 2001 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Macha, pitchers Chris Bradshaw and Chad Durham are currently on minor league rosters.

 

Campus Briefs

Ferrari set to lead ‘stay in school’ group
Chancellor Michael Ferrari is expected to be named the head of a Fort Worth ‘stay in school’ initiative at a press conference tomorrow.

The goal of the commission is to keep students in school and assist students who have dropped out of school to finish their education.

Ferrari’s first task as head of the commission will be to select members of the commission from a group of local business and community leaders, along with other members of the Fort Worth, Hispanic and Metropolitan Black Chambers.

The press conference will be at 1:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Club, 306 West Seventh St.

Board of Trustees to discuss new stadium
The executive committee of the Board of Trustees will meet at 3 p.m. today to discuss the final design and naming rights of the proposed baseball stadium.

Chancellor Michael Ferrari will also update the Board on student enrollment and housing and staff and faculty concerns.


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