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Students to gather for Occupy Sadler, the Harrison Building at Brite is nearly finished and the Frogs play this Saturday against Colorado State.

400 new parking spaces coming next spring

Plans for a new parking lot northeast of Smith Hall were drafted three months ago, Harold Leeman, Associate Director for Major Projects and director...

Students deal with rising gas prices

Junior Rd Khoury said he saves $40 every week on gas expenses by biking instead of driving his car. He said biking was his...

Freshman releases first album on iTunes

A high school tennis injury forced Michael Smith to find new ways to spend his free time.

Smith, a freshman business major, said he's been pursuing rap music ever since.

Along with Charles Croley, a freshman at Texas A&M University, Smith formed the band "Crew of Two." Smith wrote the lyrics and rapped for the group, and Croley created the instrumentals. They released their first album "Two Fly" on iTunes Jan. 8 and are working on their second album to be released sometime next year.

Cafe Brazil features local art

Student artists will have their artwork displayed at the new Café Brazil, which opened under the GrandMarc.

Students keep local restaurants business

Sid Weigand noticed a slight decline in sales at his Smoothie King franchise last year. He said his supplement sales were lower than normal as...

Legislation protects students’ privacy

As the semester comes to an end, the release of final grade reports gets closer, leaving some parents curious about the academic performance of...

Bowl game tickets to go on sale Monday for students

Tickets for the Horned Frogs' undetermined, upcoming BCS bowl game will soon be available for students to purchase.

Sean Conner, director of ticket sales, said students will be able to purchase tickets online at gofrogs.com at 8 a.m. Monday.

Tickets will cost $150 for the Rose Bowl and $305 for the national championship, he said. Ticket rates were not determined by the university but by the hosts of the bowl games. No discount will be offered to students.

Administrator to move to educator position

After 17 years in an executive position at the university, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills will soon take on a new role. Mills...
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