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Baseball team excited for move to the Big 12

Baseball team excited for move to the Big 12

Published Oct 20, 2011

With all the hype about the new Amon Carter Stadium, the Rose Bowl champion football team and the football powerhouse that is the Big 12 Conference, the focus is easily set on how the move to the Big 12...

Pattersons son a Frog after Iraq tour

Patterson’s son a Frog after Iraq tour

Published Oct 18, 2011

After four years in the Army and 13 months in Iraq, 23-year-old Josh Patterson enrolled at TCU in the spring of 2010. “Being able to go from this and immerse yourself in another culture is a big...

TCU grads merciless alarm clock app a hit

TCU grad’s ‘merciless alarm clock’ app a hit

Published Oct 5, 2011

It all started when Pedro Alejandro Wunderlich made hitting the big, red snooze button on his iPad an all-too-common occurrence. Six weeks of 24 hour-a-day work and more than 35,000 App Store downloads...

SMU sneaks by TCU in alumni charity challenge

Published Oct 4, 2011

The story goes that long ago an SMU fan fried frog legs before a game to taunt TCU fans. The Horned Frogs defeated the Mustangs that day and got to keep the iron skillet. That was 96 years ago. The rivalry...

Womens rugby hopes for annual tournament

Women’s rugby hopes for annual tournament

Published Oct 4, 2011

The TCU Women’s Rugby team hosted its first tournament at TCU Saturday. In years past, the women never had enough teammates to play in a typical game of rugby. Each team must have 15 players ...

Parts of temporary construction on stadium goes unnoticed

Parts of temporary construction on stadium goes unnoticed

Published Sep 28, 2011

Before fans can experience and appreciate the new Amon G. Carter Stadium, they must endure some temporary features and amenities, both seen and unseen. During the first home game two weeks ago, the stadium...

TCU band on the move

TCU band on the move

Published Sep 28, 2011

The current renovation of Amon G. Carter stadium has affected more than just fans. The TCU Marching Band was required to find temporary practice facilities because of the ongoing construction. “For...

Cavins-Tull: Priorities are improving housing and mental health on campus

Published Sep 16, 2011

TCU Welcomes New Vice Chancellor, Kathy Cavins-Tull. Midwesterner Kathy Cavins-Tull has replaced Don Mills as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at TCU.  Cavins-Tull started her new position...

Candlelight service honor people affected by 9/11

Published Sep 15, 2011

Ten years ago the September 11 attacks marked one of the most tragic days in U.S. history. TCU held The Candlelight Service of Remembrance and Hope on Sunday to honor all who were affected. Junior art...

Religion professor: Recent natural disasters not a sign of the apocalypse

Published Sep 15, 2011

Hurricane Irene, Texas wildfires, earthquakes, and tsunamis. These natural disasters don’t have freshman Jake Murphey fearful of the world coming to an end anytime soon. Murphey, athletic training...

Charity run raises awareness of suicide

Published Sep 15, 2011

Saturday morning brought out runners of all different ages, fitness levels, and stories to raise awareness to suicide through a charity run. Each runner has a different story to tell about why they are...

More than 5,000 attended The Fray concert

Published Sep 15, 2011

The Fray’s live performance in the Campus Commons last Friday left a lasting impression on TCU students. Sophomore Crystal Saltiel said she really felt connected to the band members during...