Thursday, April 18, 2002


Changing it up
“Big Switch” allows chancellor to be student for a day
by RAUL MARTINEZ IV
Staff Reporter

Cheril Becker said she sat in her car frustrated one day last week. She couldn’t find a parking space.
So when a Student Foundation member offered to sell her a raffle ticket which promised the winner the chancellor’s parking spot, she bought it.
Becker, a senior speech communications major, won the annual “Big Switch” day where a student and the chancellor can switch places for a day.
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Erin Munger/SKIFF STAFF
The chancellor reads the TCU Daily Skiff during a math class for the “Big Switch” Wednesday. The event, sponsored by Student Foundation, allowed the chancellor to see what it is like to be a student and a student the opportunity to see what it is like to be the chancellor.
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Gutierréz brings Latin American heritage to TCU
By John-Mark Day
Skiff Staff

The final note still reverberates through the silent concert hall, one perfect sound, carried forever in the souls of the students who shaped it. As the conductor drops weary arms the audience leaps up to show appreciation. Instruments are set aside, triumphant players scanning the crowd for appreciative parents or friends, anyone with whom to share this moment.
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Student balances class, band, minor league baseball
By Antoinette Vega
Skiff Staff

He walked into the Pond Street Grill smiling, carrying a brown notebook full of papers and covered with stickers from bands and clubs. He sat down eager to talk and he understandably had a lot to say.
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