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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: Sept. 17, 2020

Volume 119, Issue 5: Battle for the Iron Skillet postponed, Jane Does want to remain anonymous and volleyball players promote social justice on their uniforms

The Skiff: Sept. 10, 2020

Enrollment is 2% below budget projections, TCU postpones football game against SMU and Title IX complaints get new office

The Skiff: Sept. 3, 2020

Volume 119, Issue 3: COVID-19 cases decrease Also: TCU will still offer intramural games, Race and Reconciliation to focus research on Black Americans
Cover of the Aug. 27, 2020, edition of The Skiff

The Skiff: Aug. 27, 2020

Vote removes honors from house of reps; also, two sorority chapters quarantined and police investigate sexual assault

The Skiff: Aug. 20, 2020

Frog Camp works with CDC guidelines and Big 12 fall athletics will more forward

The Skiff: March 5, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 20: TCU wants faculty discrimination case to be dismissed, new apartments being built in Paschal neighborhood concerns residents and King Hall flood caused by damaged bolt

The Skiff: Feb. 27, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 19: What to expect in the Texas primary, professor hopes to implement mediation program and Harvard professor talks about racial criminalization

The Skiff: Feb. 20, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 18: Is the Honors College overrepresented in SGA? Also: TCU is working on install 20 language options for emergency alert system...

The Skiff: Feb. 13, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 17: Students call for campus change, new AddRan dean to be announced in coming weeks and women's basketball moves to Big 12

The Skiff: Feb. 6, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 16: TCU community protests racism on campus, mistreated Honors students comes forward about trip to Washington D.C. and women's basketball defeats Kansas State
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