The Skiff: September 17, 2015


By The Skiff


Volume 114, issue 4: Getting connected: Campus construction bridges TCU’s past and future

Also: TCU, SMU presidents call for sportsmanship; Jimmy John’s may extend business hours periodically; SGA hopes new budget plan will help student orgs spend more; New basketball arena set to be completed for 2015-2016 season; Trump: US ‘a dumping ground for the rest of the world’; TCU to embark on Civil Rights journey; ADPi president speaks out about anonymous text messages; Man dies of gunshot wound after killing professor, partner; TCU educates campus on NCAA compliance rules; Deadly northern California blaze destroys whole communities; Fort Worth city manager looks to end search for police chief; Perrin to replace Patterson as University of Texas athletics director; The Live Oak contributes to eclectic music scene in Fort Worth; Irving high school student likely to transfer schools following arrest; TCU welcomes incoming class of ROTC recruits; Man who killed TCU student sentenced to 35 years; ArtSouth encourages local artists to bloom; TCU makes curriculum changes due to the new MCAT; TheEnd provides unique on-campus experience for students; New connection space offered for transfer students; Previewing the battle for the Iron Skillet