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TCU Daily Skiff

TCU Daily Skiff

The TCU Daily Skiff, established in 1902, is the official student newspaper of Texas Christian University. The Skiff is published Tuesday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters. Printed copies can be picked up at newsstands all over campus and in off-campus businesses near the university. All content from the Skiff is posted on TCU 360.

Back to starting quarterback

Kenny Hill is returning to his former role of starting quarterback, this time at TCU.

Loving thy neighbor: The TCU Overlay meets the Golden Rule

Off-campus TCU students and area residents are planning to coexist more peacefully through a Good Neighbor Progam.

Festivals around Fort Worth to look out for

Several festivals are bringing excitement to the Fort Worth area this fall season.

Construction projects set to rejuvenate campus

New construction projects on campus will revitalize the look of TCU.

#Ranidaphobia billboard intrigues Fort Worth area

What started off as a clever idea by the TCU marketing department has now become a common hashtag in the Twitter world among Horned...

Senior fashion merchandising major secures position with designer after internship

Mary Beth Taylor earned her dream job, a new position made for her in New York City that she will begin in June. The senior...

Senior plans to build university’s jazz program

While other students graduating in May plan to leave the university for employment, one student plans to leave his mark on campus. For the next...

Tradition defines the “C” in TCU

A school never wanders too far from its roots, Don Mills, former vice chancellor for student affairs, said. Since 1889, when the university changed its...

Accomplishments and friends at TCU will be remembered

Words cannot express how excited I am to hear Chancellor Victor Boschini to announce, “I now present to you the spring graduating class of...

Carter still utilizes class discussion, 30 years later

As he paced in his cowboy boots in front of the classroom, an amused look formed on professor Ralph Carter’s mustached face. He stopped,...
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