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Opinion: TCU is a ‘ray of hope’ among college football programs under investigation

Published Aug 24, 2011

The more someone looks, the easier it is to lose hope in NCAA football. With the Miami Hurricanes drawing calls from the public for the death penalty due to multiple NCAA infractions, they join not only...

TCU football player Aundre Deans punishment oversteps his rights as a student

TCU football player Aundre Dean’s punishment oversteps his rights as a student

Published Jul 22, 2011

On July 14, TCU running back Aundre Dean posted a video on his Twitter account of a skirmish that occurred at a practice earlier in the spring. A few hours later, Dean took down the video, and posted another...

Japanese victory reminds both countries about the inspiration of sports

Japanese victory reminds both countries about the inspiration of sports

Published Jul 20, 2011

While texting away at a sushi bar today during my lunch break, I heard the disheartening “slurp” of an empty Coke glass beneath me. It’s 103 degrees outside. I was pretty thirsty. When...

Mortenson’s story disrespects readers, villagers

Published Jun 26, 2011
James Frey infamously did it with "A Million Little Pieces," and now bestselling "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson is being accused of it too: memoir fraud. The New York Times-bestselling novel, which earned millions, is coming under fire for multiple alleged inaccuracies and discrepancies concerning timelines and events.

XXX domain is necessary for safe surfing

Published Jun 26, 2011
The Internet Corporations for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) authorized the creation of a .xxx suffix for pornography websites on March 18, according to a March 19 article from The New York Times. The plan would eventually require the sites to register with a .xxx suffix so they aren't confused with other businesses of similar names. ICANN would not regulate the information on such sites.

Faster speed limit couldn’t come soon enough

Published Jun 26, 2011
Hearing the news that a bill passed in the Texas House last Wednesday allowing the Department of Transportation to have the power to raise the speed limit on highways to 85 mph was, for me, long overdue. I will admit it, I speed, and, according to a research study done by the TomTom GPS company, so do 61 percent of Americans. Time is valuable in our society, and Americans are willing to do what they need to do to maximize that time. The study also showed that 71 percent of Americans change their route depending on road conditions or time to navigate the fastest route.

Video game pushes the limits with no remorse

Published Jun 26, 2011
I hate to quote "Spider-Man," but — with great power comes great responsibility. Apparently, however, video game companies are exempt from that. Such is the case for "Duke Nukem Forever," a sequel game to 1996's "Duke Nukem 3D," which is being made by Gearbox Software and will be sold for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and digital distribution for computers starting June 19.

Breakups hurt, literally

Published Jun 26, 2011
Breakups hurt, and now there might be a real excuse as to why you physically feel that way. According to a March 2 article from The Associated Press, a new study by the University of Michigan shows that psychological or social events can affect the regions of the brain associated with physical pain. This means that one can literally feel physical pain from non-physical events, like breakups.