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Moncrief returns to teaching

Moncrief returns to teaching

Published Apr 5, 2012

Sophomore Rachel Humphries would not have considered being a Neeley Fellow, being a marketing major or even attending the university if she had not heard Bill Moncrief speak at her orientation three years...

Two veteran members of Senseless Acts of Comedy group to graduate

Two veteran members of Senseless Acts of Comedy group to graduate

Published Apr 5, 2012

The Senseless Acts of Comedy organization will lose two seniors in May who have participated since their first year at the university. For Paige Love and Robert Slack, four years in the organization will...

Employers ask for social media passwords

Employers ask for social media passwords

Published Apr 5, 2012

At a job interview, most employers ask for a resume and references. Now, some ask for Facebook and Twitter passwords. According to an article on PCWorld.com, in March, Congress rejected an amendment that...

Engineering professor brings personal thrill to apparel

Published Apr 4, 2012

Engineering professor Rene Coté has successfully balanced work and play for more than 20 years. In addition to his job as a teacher, Coté is also a successful entrepreneur who has his own...

Title IX implication changes recruitment rules

Published Apr 4, 2012

The National Panhellenic Council passed a new rule in October that prohibited all sorority members from engaging in fraternity recruitment activities. The university’s Panhellenic President Lisa...

Some suffer from lost phone phobia

Some suffer from ‘lost phone’ phobia

Published Mar 30, 2012

It is not an ordinary fear — according to a survey conducted in February, 66 percent of 1,000 people believe they may have it. It is nomophobia. Nomophobia is the fear of being without or losing...

Greek Village project aims to meet housing demands

Greek Village project aims to meet housing demands

Published Mar 29, 2012

As more additions and renovations take place around campus, the Greek Village project is on its way. The university recently tweeted a rendered photo of what the new Greek Village could look like. The...

Connell Crossland expects to lead team next season

Connell Crossland expects to lead team next season

Published Mar 29, 2012

On the shoulders of seniors like Hank Thorns and J.R. Cadot, the men’s basketball team completed its most successful season in seven years, earning a College Basketball Invitational berth and an...

Greeks honor womans legacy, promote safety with TAKE

Greeks honor woman’s legacy, promote safety with TAKE

Published Mar 16, 2012

The loss of a daughter brought empowerment to women across the nation. The parents of Ali Kemp continue to fight for justice even after their daughter’s murder through a self-defense program called...

Gipson brings home medal, records

Gipson brings home medal, records

Published Mar 15, 2012

Reality has yet to set in for the NCAA women’s long jump champion, Whitney Gipson. “This weekend was crazy,” she said. “I’m still not over it yet.” When Gipson jumped...

Indoor practice field receives makeover

Indoor practice field receives makeover

Published Mar 15, 2012

When you walk into the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility, it’s easy to see why Horned Frog football is at its prime. With two BCS Bowl appearances in the last three years, TCU football coaches...

Basketball team wins in first postseason appearance in seven years

Basketball team wins in first postseason appearance in seven years

Published Mar 15, 2012

The men’s basketball team made its first postseason appearance in nearly seven years Tuesday night when they played in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational. TCU defeated the University...