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TCU professors book review instigates Buzz Bissingers Twitter rant

TCU professor’s book review instigates Buzz Bissinger’s Twitter rant

Published Jun 6, 2012

Assistant professor Alex Lemon found himself in the middle of Buzz Bissinger's Twitter rant for a book review he wrote. Lemon reviewed Bissinger's newest memoir, "Father's Day: A Journey...

Senior opens snow cone business on University Drive

Senior opens snow cone business on University Drive

Published May 29, 2012

The combination of summer heat, 250 different flavors and a gummy bear topping is the recipe for one senior's newest business venture.

Senior entrepreneurial management major Marshall Boenker opened Snow Place on May 16 in the Ol' South parking lot.

7 things to do this Memorial Day weekend

7 things to do this Memorial Day weekend

Published May 25, 2012

Discounted tickets 1. Fort Worthians are going to really feel the heat this weekend. So, grab a Pink Thing and hop on Mr. Freeze: Reverse Blast, Six Flag Over Texas’ newest ride. Students...

Alumnus speaks out against discrimination of gay athletes

Alumnus speaks out against discrimination of gay athletes

Published May 17, 2012

Alumnus Brett Major still remembers the “More Than Words” presentation TCU holds at every Frog Camp, that’s where he learned that discrimination of any type shouldn’t be tolerated.

Former frog wins award for writing

Former frog wins award for writing

Published May 10, 2012

Former frog Gerald Warfield was honored at the 28th Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement awards at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Warfield was one of 12 writers at the event to win the Writers...

Alumna translates articles about Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish

Published May 9, 2012

Libby Davis was always a fan of the national pastime but now she reads everything she can on Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish. And it’s all in Japanese. Davis, a special contributor for the Dallas Morning...

New, local Trader Joe’s store excites students

Published May 4, 2012

When Vanessa Miller moved from California to Fort Worth to teach psychology at TCU, she thought she would have to give up one of her favorite stores, Trader Joe’s. But the grocery store chain...

Block Party gives local bands, artists chance to perform

Published May 2, 2012

San Antonio resident Michael Garcia said he traveled all the way to Fort Worth to attend the West Berry Block Party to experience and support the two cities’ music communities. “We [Garcia and his...

Delayed primary forces students to adjust voting plans

Published Apr 24, 2012

Many college students across the state, including TCU students, will have to adjust their voting plans because of the delayed Texas Republican primary. A February federal court decision delayed the...

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...

Community runs for ‘Victory over Violence’

Published Apr 19, 2012

The Women’s Center of Tarrant County hosted its 16th annual Victory over Violence 5K Run/Walk Saturday with help from the Alpha Chi Omega sorority.  The Women’s Center director of public...

Professor shares Latin American tapas recipe

Professor shares Latin American tapas recipe

Published Apr 16, 2012

Bonnie Frederick, a Spanish professor at the university, shared her most popular recipes for the traditional tortilla española and marinated tomatoes, straight from the kitchens of Southern Spain....