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The Skiff: Digital Issues

The Skiff: Digital Issues

The Skiff, established in 1902, is the official student newspaper of Texas Christian University. It is published on Thursdays 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.

The Skiff: October 25, 2018

Volume 117, Issue 10: TCU medical school earns accreditation Also: Wide receiver KaVontae Turpin is removed form the football team after an altercation on Saturday,...

The Skiff: Oct. 8, 2020

Volume 119, Issue 8: Special COVID-19 edition. Active student cases at lowest count yet, SGA passes resolution for in-person spring classes and designated rooms set up for students with COVID-19

The Skiff: Nov. 21, 2019

Volume 118, Issue 12: Boschini questions alert system, new traffic light coming to Berry Street and former football players talk about entrepreneurship

The Skiff: October 11, 2018

Read about the affects of Tuesday's storm on campus, what initiatives SGA is working on and updates for TCU football and volleyball.

The Skiff: November 9, 2017

Volume 116, Issue 12: Conversation on Campus Also: Basketball preview, lack of Spanish language alerts and more.

The Skiff: April 28, 2016

Volume 114, issue 31

The Skiff: April 8, 2021

Vol. 119, Issue 23: Chancellor hosts two town halls, TCU and UNTHSC students get free tuition from anonymous donors, and DEI courses begin slow rollout to core curriculum

The Skiff: Nov. 12, 2020

Vol. 119, Issue 13: Soccer team wins TCU's first-ever Big 12 title, tuition will not be raised for 2021-22 and TCU defeats Tech to keep Saddle Trophy in Fort Worth

The Skiff Graduation Issue: April 22, 2021

Vol. 119, Issue 25: Congratulations, graduates, top places to eat around Fort Worth and Honeycutt wins student body president

The Skiff: March 4, 2021

Vol. 119, Issue 19: Both sides follow motions in discrimination lawsuit, LaDainian Tomlinson asks TCU to lead the charge for racial understanding and online weekend classes to make up for winter storm cancellations.
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