The Skiff: October 29, 2015


By TCU 360


Volume 114, issue 10: Loving thy neighbor: A Good Neighbor Program between TCU and nearby neighborhoods could develop behavior standards for students living off-campus

Also: Faculty, student lots close for game day; SGA offers shuttles to DFW, Love Field; Library’s west entrance is due for renovation; Dr. Adatto speaks about her law banning underweight models; LEAPS, at 15, weathers record weekend rainfall; Program draws attention to daily efforts of faculty, staff; Fort Worth ISD establishes leadership academies; Hundreds show their support at Walk to End Alzheimer’s; S.C. deputy fired for tossing teen across classroom; TCU police officers advise students on encounters with the law; TCU club polo defeats Stanford in California road trip; Women’s soccer rallies against Baylor, but game ends in a draw; Thursday game interferes with class schedules; FW families stay dry with ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ reading; One Million Reasons reaches hundreds of students in first month; TheEnd events require lengthy planning process; eCollege to be replaced with new online system; Mike Freeze attends tryout for junior college baseball team; Paschal High raises funds through TCU football; and Thursday night lights: Previewing West Virginia at TCU