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blacktopGYPSY to play at White Elephant Saloon

Published Sep 2, 2011

The native Texas band blacktopGYPSY will be performing tonight at The White Elephant Saloon  in the Fort Worth Stockyards. The band’s genre is classified as a mix of acoustic, Americana...

Fort Worth-based band to play tonight

Published Sep 2, 2011

Members of Fort Worth-based band Calhoun play tonight at The Moon Bar. Formed in 2004, Calhoun teamed up with producer Stuart Sikes, who has worked with The White Stripes and Cat Power. For the band’s...

Local band to play at Moon Saturday

Published Sep 2, 2011

Arlington-based band The Hendersons are playing at The Moon Bar Saturday. The Hendersons will be opening for JJ and The Rogues, playing songs from the band’s most recent album “Lotosyros” as well...

Billy Bob’s to host Reckless Kelly

Published Sep 2, 2011

The Texas country band Reckless Kelly, along with Jason Boland and  Chris Cagle will perform Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively at Billy Bob’s Texas  as part of their big Labor Day...

Brash showmanship and harsh rhetoric can only carry Rick Perry so far

Published Sep 1, 2011

Rick Perry, the governor of the Lone Star State (or Republic, depending on when you ask him) will make his track record in Texas the focus of his presidential campaign. Governor Perry has packaged himself...

Students reflect on hurricane’s effects back home

Published Aug 31, 2011

Hurricane Irene hit close to home for some TCU students after it made landfall in the East. The hurricane hit the shore Saturday in North Carolina as a Category 1 storm, according to the Associated Press....

Two recent TCU graduates receive prestigious Fulbright scholarships

Published Aug 26, 2011

Recent graduates Paige Miller and Andrea Edmundson received the opportunity to travel abroad as well as teach after receiving scholarships for the prestigious Fulbright Program. The Fulbright Program...

Texas drought won’t alter plans for community garden at TCU Wesley Foundation

Published Aug 25, 2011

North Texas is experiencing the hottest and driest summer in more than three decades. However, that has not stopped the Wesley Foundation from building the TCU Community Garden. Reverend Megan Davidson,...

TCU students experience earthquake in Washington D.C. area

Published Aug 24, 2011

When Tuesday’s earthquake struck the east coast, senior news-editorial major Marshall Doig thought it just was a train going by the POLITICO building he was visiting with seven other TCU journalism majors.  “It...

What its like to wait in line for In-N-Out Burger

What it’s like to wait in line for In-N-Out Burger

Published Aug 11, 2011

​TCU 360 editor-in-chief waited in line for more than two hours to get In-N-Out Burger. Not only was it tasty, but it was entertaining. Here are some of his accounts from the morning, starting from arriving...

In-N-Out to open West Seventh location Thursday

In-N-Out to open West Seventh location Thursday

Published Aug 11, 2011

The number of TCU students from California has doubled in the last five years, according to the TCU Fact Book. Very soon, they’ll have a place nearby that may make them feel a little more at home. California-based...

TCU Wesley Foundation prepares to build community garden

TCU Wesley Foundation prepares to build community garden

Published Jul 14, 2011

“First-year crops don’t usually turn out well.” Rev. Megan Davidson says this simple phrase to explain why giving out carrots from the TCU Wesley Foundation Community Garden as a prize...