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Student remembers couch surfing trips

Student remembers couch surfing trips

Published Nov 11, 2011

Couch surfing has become a worldwide phenomenon that is dedicated to creating a network of people who can offer a couch (or bed) to travelers on their journey. Through a common sense of hospitality, couch...

Students showcase their creative writings

Published Nov 11, 2011

Blackholes by Alaina Behan We’re told to love, but never how. When we are cradle-ribbed, a cheshire-grinning moon is not the waning smile of a lover with a gravel-studded heart. The pillowed...

Dance students enjoy their new home

Dance students enjoy their new home

Published Nov 11, 2011

The TCU School for Classical & Contemporary Dance trains its students in movement, so making the transition from the Rec Centerand the GrandMarc to Erma Lowe Hall has not slowed the department down. During...

Fall fashion takes a twist on the basics

Fall fashion takes a twist on the basics

Published Nov 11, 2011

This fall, no true fashion revolution took place. Instead, designers focused on twisting the basics and playing with colors, textures and patterns in a carefree way that allows us, in turn, to have fun...

TCU student gives dating tips

Published Nov 11, 2011

EXAM TIME! You’re at a party/mixer/bar. The evening is young, you’ve had a couple drinks and you’re feeling pretty bold, if a bit restless. As you laugh at a friend’s well-told...

Harmony of humanity rediscovered by TCU professor

Published Nov 11, 2011

David Cross sits at his desk covered with papers and books. His office is hidden around a tight corner, so it it’s easy to miss. He bears the title of professor of psychology and co-director of the...

TCU alumnus: There’s no rush like breaking news

Published Nov 11, 2011

Kent Chapline lives for the rush. “There’s no rush like breaking news,” said Chapline, executive director of digital media at CBS in Fort Worth and Dallas. On paper, Chapline’s...

TCU alumnus combined God and karate for Olympic Gold

TCU alumnus combined God and karate for Olympic Gold

Published Nov 11, 2011

TCU boasts an impressive list of alumni in a series of fields, from news anchors and American Idol stars to authors and politicians. Tom Scott adds Olympian-level athlete to the mix, and he hasn’t...

TCU students in Washington understand the relationship between media and politics

Published Nov 11, 2011

Students at TCU do not typically talk on the phone with former President Jimmy Carter, sit face-to-face with Gen. Colin Powell and get funny faces from White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley. But these...

National music scene heats up locally

National music scene heats up locally

Published Nov 11, 2011

ALBUMS Paramore: After two of their original members broke off, Paramore is back and ready to prove they’ve still got it. Keep an eye out for their new album, appearing at the start of the new...

Professor reveals family recipe for rib roast

Professor reveals family recipe for rib roast

Published Nov 11, 2011

A recipe from William Slater: My family has become tired of the traditional turkey for Thanksgiving.  We often alternate turkey with a standing rib roast—one of my favorites.  It’s...

TCU grapples with recent student suicides

TCU grapples with recent student suicides

Published Nov 11, 2011

Four times in 18 months, TCU students read these solemn words in emails from the former vice chancellor, Dr. Don Mills. The first email was about Amanda Bebout who died in January of 2010, then Stephen...