The Skiff: August 27, 2015


By The Skiff


Volume 114, issue 1: Fall concert announced: Hunter Hayes coming to TCU

Also: New parking garage could open in early September; Fort Worth residents anticipate Blue Bell’s return; Less lethal weapons get new interest amid police shootings; Texas plans for $100 million cuts for children’s therapy program; Obama to seek unity with Pope in White House visit; Student died of drug overdose last semester; Echols-Luper to transfer to Arkansas State; TCU volleyball serving up new plans for the season; Baylor may face legal fallout from rape case; Remembering Chancellor Michael Ferarri; TCU, UNT Health Science Center partner on new MD school; TCU lifts Harry Vincent’s suspension; Trademark’s Waterside gains 8 new restaurants, retailers; Law enforcement warns against use of fake IDs; Fired TV reporter kills two former VA co-workers; City seminar teaches water conservation, gardening tips; Big 12 supports prohibiting transfers for violence