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Students passion for music overcomes disability

Student’s passion for music overcomes disability

Published May 18, 2012

Japanese native Nozomi Iwai, motivated by her passion for music, decided to move to Texas to attend TCU three years ago. Iwai was accepted to the university’s music program after auditioning for...

Students promote awareness about human trafficking

Published May 2, 2012

Some people fight for a cause because they have been personally affected, but Melissa Crutchfield simply had an open heart and an open mind. Crutchfield, a TCU alumna and TCU Campus Crusade for Christ...

Halperin named finalist for One Man Dallas with help from Ann Louden

Halperin named finalist for One Man Dallas with help from Ann Louden

Published Apr 27, 2012

Alumnus Tim Halperin is one of the 21 finalists nominated for the 2012 One Man Dallas award for his work with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. According to the event’s website, One Man Dallas is an...

SGA members work to boost tailgating

SGA members work to boost tailgating

Published Apr 20, 2012

SGA recently released their budget for the 2012-13 school year, and a new item has been added: tailgating. SGA allotted $20,000 toward student tailgating for next year.  “When I decided to...

GSA holds drag show to benefit gay youth

Published Apr 19, 2012

Acceptance and understanding can be tough to find at any age. The TCU Gay Straight Alliance embraced this concern at the third annual Drag Show Fundraiser benefiting Youth First Texas, a safe-haven for...

Community runs for ‘Victory over Violence’

Published Apr 19, 2012

The Women’s Center of Tarrant County hosted its 16th annual Victory over Violence 5K Run/Walk Saturday with help from the Alpha Chi Omega sorority.  The Women’s Center director of public...

Association celebrates Latino culture with authentic treats

Published Apr 19, 2012

Fiesta en Carnival, an event held by the United Latino Association, aimed to promote the Hispanic heritage and showcase the culture, Jose Trejo treasurer of ULA said. Trejo, junior criminal justice major...

‘Taste of TCU’ lets students sample food in moderation

Published Apr 16, 2012

There is value in every food and all food is good — in moderation. That is the message of “Taste of TCU,” a free food sampling event hosted by SGA and The Crew. The event was part of...

Slideshow: A look back at Trent Johnsons career

Slideshow: A look back at Trent Johnson’s career

Published Apr 12, 2012

Trent Johnson started his college coaching career as an assistant at Utah in 1986 and served as an assistant at three more universities — Washington, Rice and Stanford — until 1999.  He...

New basketball coach brings old-fashion approach to TCU team

New basketball coach brings old-fashion approach to TCU team

Published Apr 12, 2012

Trent Johnson has put together a winning record in his 13 years of coaching, and he succeeded by doing things the old-fashioned way. Johnson was announced as the new men’s basketball head coach...

Honey Badger author, video narrator visits campus

‘Honey Badger’ author, video narrator visits campus

Published Apr 11, 2012

Editor’s note: This article contains profanity in relation to an author’s videos and book. You may know him as the YouTube sensation, the voice behind the video titled “The Crazy...

Alumna to open Fort Worth dog boutique

Alumna to open Fort Worth dog boutique

Published Apr 10, 2012

When Hannah Scheideman graduated from TCU in 2010, she was anything but ready to continue on to graduate school or have a traditional nine-to-five job. Instead, she said she thought of starting a dog lounge...