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Employers ask for social media passwords

Employers ask for social media passwords

Published Apr 5, 2012

At a job interview, most employers ask for a resume and references. Now, some ask for Facebook and Twitter passwords. According to an article on PCWorld.com, in March, Congress rejected an amendment that...

White House calls for safer schools for LGBT community

Published Mar 27, 2012

Increased knowledge and communication could solve serious problems for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals who face discrimination and bullying in schools, Thomas Anable, president of gay...

College of education hosts regional spelling bee

College of education hosts regional spelling bee

Published Mar 15, 2012

Thirteen-year-old Mark De Los Santos won the Regional Spelling Bee title with the word “desertification.” The TCU College of Education held the Regional Spelling Bee March 7. “I really...

Community celebrates freedom by marching

Published Mar 15, 2012

See the YouTube video below. University and Fort Worth community members sang freedom songs and marched Sunday to raise awareness of current issues. The Civil Rights Bus Tour that took place earlier...

Students develop relationship with Nicaraguan village

Published Mar 13, 2012

“Don’t forget us.” That’s what the people of Tepeyac, Nicaragua, told students in the TCU Catholic Community during a service-learning trip to the village five years ago. The students did not...

TCU students combine strength, endurance and competition

Published Mar 13, 2012

For CrossFitters in Fort Worth, March 3 was perfect for a grueling test of physical endurance. Athletes at the CrossFit Seven gym in Fort Worth performed as many snatches as possible within 10 minutes....

Program links TCU, Paschal English students

Published Mar 9, 2012

One story brought students from the university and Paschal High School together to learn from one another. Linda Hughes, an Addie Levy Professor of Literature, said she contacted Tierney Weed, a teacher...

Austin’s SXSW festival provides networking opportunities

Published Mar 8, 2012

The South by Southwest festival in Austin has morphed into the model for employment networking, according to several students and professors who plan to attend. The festival, commonly known as SXSW and...

Marketing alumnus works to create music apparel business

Marketing alumnus works to create music apparel business

Published Mar 6, 2012

After graduating from TCU last fall with a degree in marketing, Prevost Foushee decided to stay local and develop an apparel line that includes shirts and sunglasses. Goose Party is a brand created by...

Coyote Theaters to install Fort Worth drive-in

Published Mar 6, 2012

With the addition of a drive-in theater in Fort Worth, students would have a new place to watch their favorite films. Coyote Theaters has planned to build a new drive-in theater north of LaGrave Field...

Rising gas prices may over-shadow electric car study

Rising gas prices may over-shadow electric car study

Published Mar 6, 2012

Gas prices around the university, in Fort Worth and all over the country have risen daily. If this trend continues there may be an increasing demand for hybrid and new electric vehicles, such as the Chevy...

Food Park to open in April

Published Mar 6, 2012

Cowtown is getting trendy as students soon might be able to chow down on a variety of unique gourmet foods. Cowtown Chow Down is a food park opening in April at 1100 N. Main St., halfway between downtown...