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Monday, April 12, 2021


On The Town – Hyena?s Comedy Night Club

If you like fruity drinks and "fruity" laughs,
then Hyena's Comedy Night Club is the place
for you.

This place may come off a little gothic and
mysterious as you walk down a long, black set
of stairs into a large, dark room with a bar in
the front and pool tables hidden in the back. A
bouncer leads guests down a dark hall through
a dark door into an even darker room. This room
is packed with people with a small lit-up stage
in front. This is the comedy club showroom. It's
a little mysterious, but unique. I loved it.

Professor perseveres in spite of injuries, family’s opposition

Her father was never supportive of her dancing.

Her father seemed to point out the downsides to dancing, such as the short life span of the career, possible injuries and a cliche career path for women.

It wasn't until she was 30, when Suki John choreographed an emotional piece, that her father finally supported her decision.

The ballet John choreographed hit home for her and her father, because it was about the Holocaust, which John's mother and grandmother survived years ago.

Students to help immigrants

With the help of student volunteers, hundreds of immigrants will soon be able to call themselves U.S. citizens. A citizenship workshop on Dec. 1 will give students an opportunity to volunteer and experience something new - the citizenship application process.

The workshop will be at the Tarrant County College in Fort Worth from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is being sponsored by Proyecto Inmigrante ICS, Inc., said Carlos Valera, a junior political science major.

New system causes financial aid delays

Hundreds of students' financial aid was delayed this semester because of a new computer system. Michael Scott, director of scholarships and student financial aid, said the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board had problems when it installed a new computer system at its offices, delaying disbursement of financial aid all over Texas.

The College Access Loan is the only state loan that was delayed this year, Scott said. Upperclassmen were the main recipients of this loan because they were granted priority over freshmen by the Coordinating Board, he said.

New legislation to increase Texas student loans

Texas voters approved $500 million to fund student loan programs, meaning more financial aid for students next year after a recent shortage, said the director of scholarships and student financial aid.Nov. 6 marked the day voters approved all of the 21 state propositions for bonds, including funding more money for the College Access Loan Program. The funding will come from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, which was created by the Texas legislature, said Michael Scott, the director of scholarships and student financial aid.

Story to Stage

Who knew the characters of "Little Women" could sing? "Little Women", the novel, became a Broadway musical in New York and will be performed...

Cellist credits education for success

With his eyes closed, head cocked to the side and arm raised, holding a bow and waiting to glide it across the strings of...

Modern artist’s work to be given to campus

From colored-filled images of Marilyn Monroe to the Wicked Witch of the West, Andy Warhol has taken stunning photographs of famous people and places.Now, TCU will be able to give some of these pieces a new home.

The art and art history department will receive 150 pieces of art from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in honor of the foundation's 20th anniversary.

Warhol worked as a commercial artist from the late 1900s.

International chef to cook on campus

A Peruvian chef will be on campus today to cook up South American dishes as part of Sodexho's 2007 Global Chef Program.Chef Juan Carlos Barzola, from TCU's meal provider Sodexho, will prepare unique dishes from Peru and other South American countries. He will conduct demonstrations of meal preparations that students can get involved in. Students will have an opportunity to interact with him and get a 'hands-on' cooking experience.

Legia Abato, marketing manager for TCU Dining Services, said Barzola was chosen from a group of global chefs.

Neeley hosts family business seminar

The Neeley Entrepreneurship Center is hosting a family business seminar today to teach families how to transition the next generation into the business, said an assistant director at the center.Brad Hancock, assistant director of the center, said the seminar will cover critical issues that family-owned businesses deal with every day such as communication, conflict resolution, deciding who has the right combination of capability and motivation for the business world as well as other topics.

Hancock said many TCU students come from family-owned business backgrounds.

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