TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, February 19, 2004
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Opinion
Alternative paper is a good idea
The Skiff welcomes WHAT’SUPTCU!

For every packet of sugar there is a packet of Sweet’N Low. For every Nike there is Adidas. Everyone in every facet of life has an opponent. It might be a cooperative opponent or an enemy. The Skiff is no different.

Knowledge is the key to success and the Skiff cannot have a monopoly on what the student body reads.
Editorial cartoon
We need a Joker to our Batman

In the world of black and white photography, it is considered best to avoid the perfect whites and darkest blacks. It is the grays that give depth, the grays that tell the story and shade the object. In life, however, these grays are what take away our depth and blend us together into a finger-painted collage of something quite ordinary.
Frogs ponder money issues

As a freshman, 10984 had a name. He was a naïve young lad, who waived with a heavy heart to his parents as they drove away. He walked into Milton Daniel Hall, free to make the decisions and live the life that would shape his persona. Tuition was only around $330 per class hour then, and his semester cost at Milton Daniel was only around $900. While he is glad TCU is still under the average cost for comparable private universities, he wonders if the Stafford Loan program will raise the limit on how much one can borrow.
Government, Constitution should not be subject to Christian beliefs

Fundamentalist Christianity is a sore subject with me. I’ve always been more subdued in my worship of God. I’ve even entertained doubts about his or her or its existence. If I had done that openly in the small town where I attended high school, it would’ve invoked the self-righteous wrath of people hell-bent on saving my soul.
     
     
Editorial Policies

Editorial policy: The content of the Opinion page does not necessarily represent the views of Texas Christian University. Unsigned editorials represent the view of the TCU Daily Skiff editorial board. Signed letters, columns and cartoons represent the opinion of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board.

Letters to the editor: The Skiff welcomes letters to the editor for publication. Letters must be typed, double-spaced, signed and limited to 250 words. To submit a letter, bring it to the Skiff, Moudy 291S; mail it to TCU Box 298050; e-mail it to skiffletters@tcu.edu or fax it to (817)257-7133. Letters must include the author’s classification, major and phone number. The Skiff reserves the right to edit or reject letters for style, taste and size restrictions.
 
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