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October 20, 2000



Sexual assault reported by Jarvis resident
Student allegedly attacked in own room on two occasions

Retro Rhythms
Dance performance explores 1960s

SGA voting run on FrogNet
System costs less, exclusively built for TCU

Excitement builds for Homecoming
PC activities spark campus interest

Run/Walk to chase off abuse
Fourth annual Fall Breakaway to benefit neglected children

Going to infinity and beyond
Horned Frogs’ dad blasts into space aboard Discovery

Riot remarks

Jennifer Klein/ SKIFF STAFF
Samuel Rose, a junior social work major, takes the microphone during the International Foundation’s student-led discussion, “Why Are They Rioting?” Rose, the foundation’s director of education and development, facilitated discussion on economic globalization Thursday night in the Student Center Lounge.



Get stiff lip, not tuition tears
Increasing college costs not new idea so get over it

Cast ballot for equality
Let your conscience be your (voting) guide

Time for peace
Speaker to give priceless message



Arts & Entertainment

A Rising Star
Alumnus’ film to be shown at Fort Worth festival

CD Review
Radiohead - Kid A

Pearl Jam keeps crowd entertained at sold-out show
Band displays talent with high-energy performance


Special to the Skiff
TCU alumnus Scott Haro’s “Reason Being” will be screened at the Fort Worth Film Festival. Haro acted, directed and wrote the film. It will be shown 6 p.m. Friday at Caravan of Dreams and 5 p.m. Saturday at Ridglea Theatre.





Tulsa stands in way of Frogs’ 11th win
TCU can match school’s 1938 start, going 6-0



Sophomore cornerback Kenneth Hilliard almost intercepts a pass against Hawaii Oct. 7 at Amon Carter Stadium. Hilliard will be the replacement at cornerback for sophomore Jason Goss, who injured his knee in practice last week.


Purple Poll:

Do you plan to participate in Fall Breakaway?

Yes: 14 No: 86

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