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TCU students immerse themselves in Mayan culture

TCU students immerse themselves in Mayan culture

Published October 28, 2013

Some Spanish students received a first-hand experience with the indigenous Mayan culture and its literature over fall break. Donald Frischmann, a professor of Spanish and Hispanic studies, took a small...

LEAPS and beyond

LEAPS and beyond

Published October 28, 2013

Each semester, hundreds of students sign up to spend their Saturday giving back to the community through TCU LEAPS, a campus-wide day of service. Although LEAPS is only one day, student service efforts...

Rec Center extends outdoor volleyball court hours

Rec Center extends outdoor volleyball court hours

Published October 28, 2013

The University Recreation Center is leaving the lights on longer so students can play sand volleyball well into the night. Thanks to a request from the Student Government Association the two courts...

Neighbors objections prompt garage relocation

Neighbors’ objections prompt garage relocation

Published October 23, 2013

TCU is considering moving the proposed site of the new parking garage amidst growing concerns from neighbors, said Todd Waldvogel, the associate vice chancellor for facilities at TCU. The garage was...

Copyright infringement cases down at TCU this year

Copyright infringement cases down at TCU this year

Published October 23, 2013

The number of cases dealing with students illegally downloading copyright material for this semester is minimal compared to last year's numbers. Campus Life deals with students downloading illegal items...

Texas plays key role in increasing U.S. energy production

Texas plays key role in increasing U.S. energy production

Published October 20, 2013

According to the Wall Street Journal, this year the United States is forecast to outperform Russian production of natural gas for the first time since 1982. Much of the increase in domestic production...

Students discuss fall break plans

Students discuss fall break plans

Published October 18, 2013

While the TCU Football team will be rising early in Stillwater, Okla. on Saturday for an 11 a.m. game, other students will be visiting friends and family in different states around the country.  Some...

TCU professor launches pilot program on recess at Starpoint School

TCU professor launches “pilot” program on recess at Starpoint School

Published October 18, 2013

Debbie Rhea, associate dean of Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences and kinesiology professor, is launching a new program at the Starpoint School and Trinity Valley School, which will emphasize...

TCU students, alumni and community join for TCU Homecoming

TCU students, alumni and community join for TCU Homecoming

Published October 12, 2013

Texas Christian University students, visitors and alumni lined the streets bordering campus as the TCU band, Spirit squads, and student and alumni floats made their way through the homecoming parade while...

Authors: Feminism important historically and currently

Published October 12, 2013

Linda Hughes and Sharon Harris, creators of A Feminist reader, talked to students Thursday night on the relevancy of feminism through history and in the modern day. A Feminist reader, written by...

Former Mr., Ms. TCU reflect on TCU experience

Former Mr., Ms. TCU reflect on TCU experience

Published October 11, 2013

“Gone but never forgotten” may be a common cliché, but it’s one that former Mr. TCU Miguel Ortega and the reigning Ms. TCU winner Andrea Hein cannot ignore when referring to their respective experiences...

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