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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...

Lip-syncing competition presents prizes to winners

Lip-syncing competition presents prizes to winners

Published Mar 15, 2012

A lip-syncing competition held by the Multicultural Greek Council welcomed students to perform a song in hopes of winning a prize Monday. Co-chair and sophomore nursing major Shaine Singson said different...

College of education hosts regional spelling bee

College of education hosts regional spelling bee

Published Mar 15, 2012

Thirteen-year-old Mark De Los Santos won the Regional Spelling Bee title with the word “desertification.” The TCU College of Education held the Regional Spelling Bee March 7. “I really...

Students share importance of a college education

Published Mar 14, 2012

A mentor could help minority high school students understand the importance of higher education. Each year, TCU students help show local high school students what college is all about during the minority...

Attorney questions police work on Carpenter’s case

Published Mar 14, 2012

Fort Worth police issued an arrest warrant on Feb. 7 for Austin Williams Carpenter, son of a prominent Dallas-area family. Problem was, it was the wrong Austin Carpenter. According to the arrest warrant,...

Three students arrested on suspicion of furnishing alcohol to minors

Published Mar 14, 2012

In the wake of a campus-wide drug bust, three students were arrested last Friday for alcohol-related violations. However, despite the mundane nature of their offenses, these three students have received...

ADHD medication use without a prescription shows side effects

Published Mar 14, 2012

Some young people will do just about anything to keep fit, but a new and dangerous diet trend takes “anything” to a whole new level. Students, especially females, have been taking ADHD medications...

Dance professor combines entrepreneurship, dance

Dance professor combines entrepreneurship, dance

Published Mar 14, 2012

Suki John brings more than 22 years of her own dance experience to her students in class and at rehearsals. John, assistant professor in the school for classical and contemporary dance, received a grant...

Criminal justice department plan online master’s degree

Published Mar 13, 2012

Students could pay a third of undergraduate tuition to get a master’s degree if a new program is approved, according to the criminal justice department’s website. The university’s criminal...

Robert Carr Chapel nominated for best wedding venue in metroplex

Robert Carr Chapel nominated for best wedding venue in metroplex

Published Mar 9, 2012

Robert Carr Chapel has hosted weddings since 1953, but until recently, it had never been nominated for any awards. Robert Carr Chapel was nominated by the American Association of Certified Wedding Planners...

Friday night Latin dance club begins program to teach students new moves

Published Mar 9, 2012

The sound of Latin music and students dancing now can be heard every Friday night in the University Recreation Center. The Latin Dance Club had informal get-togethers last semester, student teacher Amandine...

College of Education creates new master’s for athletic administration

Published Mar 8, 2012

Educational Administration graduate student Ben Carruthers said he was not sure how he was going to pursue his passion for sports after playing baseball at TCU as an undergraduate. “I’ve...