TUESDAY
October 6, 1998.

 
News
 
Frogs remember Friedman
 
Worth Hills students adapt to shuttle bus
 
Messy music
Flooding damages instruments, sheet music, belongings
 
Sign-ups to begin for new housing
Messy music

 

 

David Dunai/SKIFF STAFF

As a layer of water covers the floor, Randy Martin, a freshman music major, examines the damage done to his backpack and a drum set Saturday in the Walsh Center for Performing Arts. The instrument storage room, band hall and lower lobby were flooded after the storm Friday night.

 
Opinion
 
Faulty Traditions
Organization, communication necessary
 
Students can walk away from the Hills
 
Finer things of life are a lost art form
 
Letters to the editor

 
Sports
 
Frogs persevere, beat Vandy
 
Report card

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Freshman kicker Chris Kaylakie connected on two field goals, including a 50-yarder with four seconds left in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime. Kaylakie earned Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division Player of the Week honors for his efforts.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Do you want to live in the new Tom Brown­Pete Wright Residential community?
 
Yes: 63  No: 37

 

The TCU Daily Skiff © 1998, 1999 Credits

Contact Us!