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College athletes deserve to be paid

Published May 19, 2015
College athletes deserve to be paid.
What to do with family and friends during graduation weekend

What to do with family and friends during graduation weekend

Published May 7, 2015

TCU graduation is a time to celebrate accomplishments with family and friends but also a time to say goodbye to Fort Worth. Here are the top places in Cowtown to entertain family and friends during...

The beginning of theEnd

The beginning of theEnd

Published Apr 23, 2015

TheEnd’s project – counteracting alcohol abuse, assault and vandalism with free alternatives for students such as concerts and comedy acts – has achieved some success within the current school year. But...

Alcohol and responsible citizenship: Can they mix?

Alcohol and responsible citizenship: Can they mix?

Published Apr 16, 2015

The TCU mission statement calls all students to be responsible citizens, but what does that really mean? The phrasing seems vague, but the practice of responsible citizenship can sometimes be lost in...

Informed voting is essential to SGA elections

Informed voting is essential to SGA elections

Published Apr 9, 2015

Every student on campus is affected by the Student Government Association. Only a few go out and return the favor. SGA officer hopefuls are ramping up their campaigns in anticipation of voting next...

Dallas Cowboys signing perpetuates issues TCU looks to end

Dallas Cowboys signing perpetuates issues TCU looks to end

Published Apr 2, 2015

On March 19, the Dallas Cowboys signed defensive end Greg Hardy to a one-year, $11.3 million deal. From a football perspective, the signing seems to make perfect sense. The Cowboys ranked...

Students spend too much, but dont participate enough

Students spend too much, but don’t participate enough

Published Mar 26, 2015

TCU students will spend an estimate of $59,370 annually, according to TCU's admission website. This includes, of course, living on campus, as well as utilizing the TCU health insurance. Still,...

Letter to the Editor: Stopping sexual assault at TCU

Letter to the Editor: Stopping sexual assault at TCU

Published Mar 25, 2015

Dear Editor, I want to propose to you a bold and necessary idea: we can stop sexual assault at TCU. We have all agreed that sexual assault is a problem on our campus, but we have not yet agreed that...

Marijuana debate encourages student discussion

Marijuana debate encourages student discussion

Published Mar 19, 2015

'Controversial' topics may be discussed between students, but TCU rarely hosts sponsored panels on said topic. That said, the debate on the legalization of recreational marijuana is making headlines...

Snow days are more common than they seem

‘Snow days’ are more common than they seem

Published Mar 5, 2015

When snow and ice hits the DFW metroplex, a common refrain can be heard around campus. "It's not the Texas weather you have to worry about, it's the Texas drivers," senior Holden Gibson said, laughing...

Opinion: NFL-bound Frogs are more than 40-yard dash times

Opinion: NFL-bound Frogs are more than 40-yard dash times

Published Feb 25, 2015

Every spring, hundreds of college football players head to Indianapolis, Indiana for the annual NFL Scouting Combine, where they’ll compete in a series of events to impress coaches, scouts and draft...

Reapportioning of seats causes miscommunication in SGA

Reapportioning of seats causes miscommunication in SGA

Published Feb 23, 2015

There has been recent confusion in Student Government Association because of a miscommunication regarding the reapportioning of representative seats. Each college, based off of population, has a certain...