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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 13, 2016

Volume 115, issue 08: Fun times in Cowtown Also: Neeley renovations, haunted house, sexual assault awareness and more.
The Skiff Cover September 13

The Skiff: September 13, 2018

Volume 117, Issue 4: Frogs Return to Jerry World Also: Hear from SGA about their vacant seats, learn about charity events on campus and get...

The Skiff: December 6, 2018

Volume 117, Issue 15: Congratulations Fall Graduates Also: How Washington D.C. will be different after the 2018 elections, catch up with alumni about life after...

The Skiff: February 11, 2016

Volume 114, issue 21

The Skiff: September 21, 2017

Volume 116, Issue 5: Housing update Also: Professor leads concert stage, Sodexo contract to expire and more.

The Skiff: March 21, 2019

Volume 117, Issue 23: March Sadness: the Men's basketball team heartbroken after NCAA spot slips through their fingers. Also: an assistant coach is fired...
The Skiff cover for Sept. 30, 2021

The Skiff: Sept. 30, 2021

Vol. 120, Issue 5: New Intercultural Center on campus, Horned Frogs take on Texas this Saturday, night classes become a new reality and more

The Skiff: October 20, 2016

Volume 115, issue 09: Market Square due for fall renovations. Also: Big 12 decisions, Chancellor responds to racial demands, football preview against West Virginia and more.

The Skiff: February 21, 2019

Volume 117, Issue 20: Desmond Bane's journey from his great grandparents to his recent Big 12 award. Also: Men's Tennis hopes to continue last...

The Skiff: September 15, 2016

Volume 115, issue 03: Homecoming, Family Weekend Combined. Also: SGA announces Mike Posner for Fall Concert, New tradition for class rings, Student recalls 9/11 and Male student enrollment increases.
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