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Despite privacy concerns, ‘Flu Trends’ a useful tool

In this age of ever-improving technology, people want fast, simple access to whatever they need. Why turn to an encyclopedia when there's Encyclopedia.com? ...

Texans’ love for their athletes sets them apart

Before I came to Texas, my only knowledge of the state amounted to what I had seen in westerns: cowboys and longhorns. Cowboys were...

Obama represents change America has been striving for

Change. Obama's campaign slogan has inspired a passionate campaign that has resulted in significant leads in many important states. Pollster.com shows Obama leading McCain...

Old eateries need to be saved

Food has always been a point of contention between TCU students and the administration. The quality of the food, the variety, the cost, the nutrition-- - all have been argued about countless times, fortunately without any bloodshed.

But I'm not going to waste my time ranting about TCU dining. That's been done. What I am fighting for may seem insignificant to the majority of the university, but it is something that needs to be addressed.

Hillary not a quitter, despite loss in primaries

For Hillary Clinton supporters, last Wednesday's Democratic National Convention was bittersweet. Their presidential hopeful is out of the race and now openly proclaiming her support for Barack Obama. It was enough to bring some of her loyal fans to tears. Of course, Clinton needed to do that to promote unity and remind Democrats to remain faithful to their party. However, she also made sure to mention her own efforts and accomplishments in her speech.

Team takes undefeated record to Lubbock

The men's basketball team hopes to maintain its perfect record as it hits the road for its first road game tonight against the Texas...

Lady Frogs end NIT play on a win

The Lady Frogs ended their three-game stint in the Women's National Invitation Tournament with a 66-36 win over the Delaware Blue Hens. TCU beat...

Voice student aims to correct opera misconceptions

At first glance, he looks like a Chinese version of Clark Kent. He is tall, broad-shouldered, but when he removes his thick-rimmed glasses and takes the stage, he has transformed into someone completely different.Instead of superhuman strength, Oscar Seung wields a different kind of power - a power that bursts through his lungs and out his lips to create a baritone sound.

Once, he was Escamillo, a bullfighter who woos the beautiful gypsy "Carmen". Another time, he was Gasparo, an abusive husband who teaches another man to control his wife, in "Rita".

Class makes food for area homeless shelter

It's not every day students get to make sandwiches during class - and get graded on it.Students in the generalist practice with communities class and a few volunteers met at University Christian Church and made about 575 sandwiches to distribute to the homeless at the Presbyterian Night Shelter on Wednesday.

Sawyer Powers, a junior social work major, said she and her classmates have participated in service projects on their own, but were excited to do a group project.

Strong second-half sparks win, readies team for Rice matchup

On the heels of an opening-night victory, the men's basketball team will make minor adjustments heading into tonight's game, the head coach said.Head coach Neil Dougherty said one of the team's main concerns following an 89-70 win Saturday against the Angelo State Rams is putting up a stronger defense and getting shorter guards to put more pressure on taller opponents.

Fans can see whether those concerns have been addressed tonight when the Horned Frogs welcome the Rice Owls to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum at 7 p.m.

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