The Skiff: November 5, 2015


By The Skiff


Volume 114, issue 11: Coming soon to a court near you: The TCU men’s basketball team prepares for its first game next week despite delayed opening of the new arena

Also: Syrian scholar puts focus on education; Habitudes uses images to teach leadership skills; TCU students volunteer at Tarrant Area Food Bank; Students utilize Rate My Professors to build class schedules; Ain’t no mountain too high, ain’t no cure too far; New registrar looks to improve technology, keep personal touch; Library addition includes new features available to students; Opening of new basketball arena delayed until December; JROTC cadets work concessions at TCU football games; Blue Bell ice cream returns to Fort Worth stores after listeria outbreak; E. coli bacteria outbreak tests Chipotle’s vow to track ingredients; Bernie Sanders campaign hires Texas state director; Fort Worth updates standards for wrong way signs; Women’s swimming and diving falls to Kansas 178-119; Women’s golf team wraps up fall season in San Antonio; Women’s soccer players garner all-conference honors; Purple Haze is gearing up for upcoming basketball season; TCU Greek students strive to give athletes a special experience; TCU athletics picks up rap song for Riff Ram evolution; Library expansion causes change in security measures; Chancellor Boschini talks tuition, parking at town hall meeting; Tale of two ‘undefeateds’: Previewing TCU at Oklahoma State; and TCU Horned Frogs ranked No. 8 in first CFP Rankings