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Smoking ban may create unnecessary tension on campus

Smoking ban may create unnecessary tension on campus

Published Feb 19, 2015

TCU's campus is filled with students who participate in various activities throughout the day, yet smoking is not a common one. Though the number of smokers on campus is low, SGA is looking to ban smoking...

Multipurpose Building exemplifies student-administration relationship

Multipurpose Building exemplifies student-administration relationship

Published Feb 12, 2015

Regardless of your opinion on the food offered in the Multipurpose Building, there is a lot of good to be said about the recently opened student center: it’s a great dining option for students...

Opinion: OBriens offers wide selection of non-beef burgers

Opinion: O’Brien’s offers wide selection of non-beef burgers

Published Feb 10, 2015

O’Brien’s, the new football themed burger joint in the Multi-Purpose Building, is TCU’s go-to place for those who prefer beef alternatives. In the midst of a menu of beef options...

Opinion: Magnolias offers treats for students taste buds

Opinion: Magnolia’s offers treats for students’ taste buds

Published Feb 6, 2015

Hungry hungry Horned Frogs, ask and you shall receive. TCU installed four new restaurants in the multipurpose facility to meet the needs of hungry students. Magnolia’s, the facility's bistro option,...

Recruited athletes decisions should be respected

Recruited athletes’ decisions should be respected

Published Feb 5, 2015

With National Signing Day 2015 officially in the books, it’s easy for students and fans to glorify their school’s fresh crop of high school athletes as the “saviors” of their program. It’s...

Letter from the editor: 360 Perspective

Letter from the editor: 360 Perspective

Published Jan 22, 2015

360 Perspective will serve as a way to facilitate discussion of ideas for readers about issues that affect them. The column will reflect the opinions of the students on the editorial board and will bring...

“THEM” leader Donovan Explains Secret Society Intentions

“THEM” leader Donovan Explains Secret Society Intentions

Published Oct 3, 2014

TCU students and faculty alike awoke on Sept. 15 to an email from Provost Nowell Donovan titled “To Those Who Would Study." The email was a response to a colorful conversation the Provost overheard...

Letter to the Editor: A call to discussion

Published Mar 26, 2014

How do you change a community? Many of us on this campus have gone through some sort of leadership training that tells us that we have the power to change our community, that we have the means necessary...

Letter to the Editor: ONE at TCU reflects university’s mission statement

Published Feb 25, 2014

Editor's Note: This is the first of our Letter to the Editor series for 2014. The TCU 360 editorial board encourages members of the TCU community to sound off on any issue that is relevant...

Martyrdom--Our Path to Decency

Martyrdom–Our Path to Decency

Published Nov 22, 2013

The man who on a wintry January morning in 1961 admonished the nation to “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country,” has given his all to the nation, and for this, secured the wrath of an assassin’s bullet.

Casey Pachall, a changed man: Only I can control my actions

Casey Pachall, a changed man: “Only I can control my actions”

Published Jul 31, 2013

Without announcement or proclamation, TCU quarterback Casey Pachall walked into the large, open room of the Moncrief Club and straight to the buffet line. As he shuffled through the trays of salad and...

Student media shaped my TCU undergraduate experience

Student media shaped my TCU undergraduate experience

Published May 3, 2013

It is strange for me to say that after two years serving TCU student media, I will be graduating in May and leaving the newsroom, my home away from home. Being a journalism major these past two years...