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Students feel peers arent invested in 2012 election

Students feel peers aren’t invested in 2012 election

Published Oct 25, 2012

In 2012, President Barack Obama and Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face off the for the presidency. While this election may have direct implications for Generation Y, some students do not feel as though...

Beginnings of Colby Halloween still a mystery

Beginnings of Colby Halloween still a mystery

Published Oct 24, 2012

For 40 years, the women of Colby Hall have given back to the community, grown closer in friendship and celebrated the spirit of Halloween with an annual event known as Colby Halloween. Each year in...

Student fees pay for free swag

Student fees pay for “free” swag

Published Apr 30, 2012

You see them everywhere. On ads, fliers, emails or even word of mouth, and it attracts you like a sweet scent that has just stung your nostrils.  Be honest: have you ever gone to an event or activity...

Student captures study abroad life through film, photos

Student captures study abroad life through film, photos

Published Apr 30, 2012

I could imagine that most TCU students experience a paradoxical mixture of excitement and terror when stepping off of the plane to any study abroad destination. Never before have apprehension and...

Professor helped develop the Chaos Theory

Professor helped develop the Chaos Theory

Published Apr 30, 2012

Consider two planets that are exactly alike in every way except an additional butterfly lives on one planet. Over time, the chaotic weather patterns start to differ because of that single butterfly. This...

Student veterans discuss life after G.I. Bill change

Student veterans discuss life after G.I. Bill change

Published Apr 30, 2012

Landon Woods knows what it means to face a life-or-death situation head on. A sniper shot him in 2005 while he was stationed in Iraq during a seven-month tour and, after being medically discharged in 2007,...

Fort Worth renovation creates a more unique city

Published Apr 25, 2012

In a city filled with culture, history and a small-town vibe, Fort Worth has grown to be the booming metropolis of the Southwest. One can be a cowboy, a city dweller, an artist, a Horned Frog and a restaurant...

Veteran coach brings experience to TCU

Published Apr 24, 2012

When a program undertakes an ambitious rebuilding regimen, it is necessary to have leadership well versed in taking programs to the next level. The Horned Frogs men’s basketball team is that program...

Student practices “green” lifestyle

Published Apr 24, 2012

Unlike most TCU students, Jordan Mazurek has had the same cell phone since high school. He takes the bus and only buys a new pair of shoes after he has completely worn out his current pair.  “I...

How to go out in downtown Fort Worth for less than $20

How to go out in downtown Fort Worth for less than $20

Published Apr 20, 2012

“The Largest Nightclub in Texas,” Lone Star Night Club located on Commerce Street in downtown Fort Worth is a prime location for diversity and dance without ever having a shortage of things...

Faculty member connects students with community

Published Apr 19, 2012

Located on the second floor of Jarvis Hall, Melissa Gruver’s office is decorated with fliers for all sorts of TCU student organizations like Meals on Wheels. That’s probably a good thing, since...

Student entrepreneur brings baked goods to campus

Student entrepreneur brings baked goods to campus

Published Apr 19, 2012

For so many college students, gourmet baking in their apartment involves making Ramen noodles or occasionally making brownies with a box mix. However, for Gabrielle McBay, a sophomore business major, a...