Moments after taking the small blue and white pill, Nick said he felt more focused and determined to complete his work.
The first time Brian took the pill he was in the library. Once it kicked in, he said he was able to study all night for a test.
A life with little to no hope for school and education is something most students at TCU cannot imagine. Yet, while he was interning in Rwanda last summer, Zack Siegert discovered this is the life of thousands of children in the impoverished country.
TCU forward Amric Fields broke his hand Saturday in a loss to Harvard and could miss two to six weeks, according to head basketball coach Trent Johnson.
Fields was playing in just his fourth game since missing most of last season with a knee injury.
A reindeer and the Claus couple will be cheerfully greeting students and members of the TCU community at the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony Dec. 3.
The tree lighting ceremony is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. in the campus commons.