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TCU has been ‘simple’ for 12-year-old student

TCU has been ‘simple’ for 12-year-old student

Published February 13, 2015

The youngest student to enroll at TCU says school is a breeze. "For now, I think that all my classes have been pretty simple," sophomore Carson Huey-You said. Huey-You was admitted to the university...

Scientist says Western world can learn from traditional societies

Scientist says Western world can learn from traditional societies

Published January 29, 2015

Modern society has a lot to learn from traditional cultures, according to guest lecturer Dr. Jared Diamond at a lecture Wednesday night in the Brown-Lupton University Union. Diamond, an American scientist...

Carson Huey-You was 11 years old when he was admitted to TCU.

TCU admits 11-year-old first-year student

Published August 26, 2013

First-year student Carson Huey-You wants to become a quantum physicist. He scored a 1770 on the SAT, and he was co-valedictorian of his senior class. This semester he is taking 14 hours. His class...

Nominees for Mr. and Ms. TCU announced

Nominees for Mr. and Ms. TCU announced

Published October 13, 2011

The search for the new Mr. and Ms. TCU narrows.  The top five candidates for each category are listed below.  Students can cast their final vote on Monday, October 17th from 9 a.m to midnight...

Slideshow: TCU prepares for flu season

Slideshow: TCU prepares for flu season

Published September 21, 2011

Students can be proactive against the flu this season with the help of the TCU Health Center. The Health Center offered flu vaccinations for faculty, staff and students with a TCU ID in the University...

Wisconsin grad Judge Sinha fulfills bet to wear TCU helmet

Wisconsin grad Judge Sinha fulfills bet to wear TCU helmet

Published September 14, 2011

When TCU linebacker Tank Carder knocked down a two-point conversion pass to help secure a Rose Bowl win for the Frogs, he let out a monstrous yell and took his helmet off as he trotted off the field. Little...

TCUs 2020 master plan makes campus more pedestrian friendly

TCU’s 2020 master plan makes campus more pedestrian friendly

Published August 11, 2011

Three parking garages, additional residence halls and improved crosswalks are all part of a 2020 campus master plan for TCU. Renderings of the plan were posted on KillerFrogs.com last month. Drawn up...

U.S. Air Force should focus on current war

Published March 23, 2004

As a former soldier and soon-to-be U.S. Army officer, I reluctantly but truthfully acknowledge the greatness of the U.S. Air Force. Army paratroopers rely on Air Force planes in order to transport them...

Democracy may not be immediate success

Published March 23, 2004

The United States of America knows what is best for the world. We have superior weapons, personnel and intelligence. Our economy dictates that of the world. We are also fortunate enough to have the...

Television service fraught with problems, outages

Published March 23, 2004

Weather and poor signals from satellites are to blame for recent on-campus cable problems ranging from missing to duplicate channels, university officials said. The most “infamous” incident was...

Basketball coach to take alcohol classes

Published March 23, 2004

Women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie has been officially reprimanded by TCU for his arrest early Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving in Kansas, according to a statement released last week by the...

Paralympic athlete speaks about overcoming hurdles

Published March 23, 2004

Aimee Mullins, a model, athlete, writer, and actress, told women and men of TCU Monday night to remember to pursue their goals, no matter how lofty or crazy. “I would never have characterized myself,...

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