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Sunday, October 21, 2001
Attitude change
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Players credit added itensity for 38-20 win over Army
By Brandon Ortiz
Sports Editor


Something was different for the Frogs Saturday.

For starters, the offense finally had a break out game, rolling up 485 yards and scoring 38 points – both season highs. And junior Sean Stilley started at quarterback for junior Casey Printers, who is out with a bruised shoulder.

But the biggest difference, sophomore tailback Corey Connally said, the intensity the Frogs (4-3, 2-1 Conference USA) played with in their 38-20 win over Army (1-5, 1-4 C-USA).
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Friday, October 19, 2001

Instructor evaluations may take on new form
By Kristin Campbell
Staff Reporter

A shortened, standardized teacher evaluation form could replace the 13 different existing forms in an effort to encourage students to write more comments and provide a university benchmark that all professors can be compared to, Mike Sacken, chairman of the university evaluation committee and education professor, said Monday.

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Faculty committee wants detailed vitae
By Piper Huddleston
Staff Reporter

Not all faculty members support a plan to include more information about teaching performance on faculty vitae, résumés with an academic focus, Gregg Franzwa, a member of the Faculty Senate’s Tenure, Promotion and Grievance committee, said Wednesday.

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Digging in

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Chancellor Michael Ferrari, other administrators and financial donors ceremonially broke ground for the new baseball stadium Thursday. For more information about the new stadium, see the Sports section.

Today in history

1970 — One World Trade Center was ready for its first tenants, though the full 110 stories were not completed until 1972.

 

Campus Briefs
Journalism professor
to sign book next week
College Briefs
2 Cornell U. employees found dead at home
 

Parents press universities to assume responsibility
By Elise Rambaud
Associate Campus Editor

In 1874, parents of AddRan Male and Female Academy students were advised to deposit student spending money with the treasurer of the Board of Trustees to avoid extravagance and wasteful spending. According to the annual catalogue, parents were warned that some students could be trusted with their own personal finances, but others could not.

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Administrators may be back in classrooms
By Jacque Petersell
Staff Reporter

Administrators may be asked to teach at least one course a semester to alleviate faculty shortages and to share their expertise in the classroom.

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Jammin’ out

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TCU students gather in front of Frog Fountain to watch Sugarbomb perform Thursday.

 
  Arts and Entertainment

Pumpkin pickin’
Jack-o’-lanterns are important Halloween tradition
By Bethany McCormack
Opinion Editor

Freshman Lindsay Holmes is excited about Halloween. She’s already bought two pumpkins and plans to carve them soon.
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Movie review
Warning: ‘Boys’ is bleak version of chick flick

Bethany McCormack/Skiff Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to carve your pumpkin

 

 


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