The senior class of the School for Classical and Contemporary Dance will showcase its artistry to the public this week by featuring a new question and answer portion with the choreographers, a senior choreographer said.
Natalie Henry, a senior modern dance major, said that for the first time, all choreographers of the night will be available to answer questions from the audience about their pieces following the concert. She said the students and professors added this component as a way for choreographers to talk about their work.
Despite a national trend of stagnant salaries among college faculty, TCU faculty salaries remain on the rise, a university official wrote.
Don Mills, vice chancellor for student affairs, wrote in an e-mail that the average salary among all workers at TCU increased 3 percent last year and will be increased 2.5 percent this year based on merit. The percentage increase in pay raise is based on faculty performance, which is assessed by department chairs each year.
Grant Eubanks commutes on a bus from the Fort Worth Transportation Authority every morning to help cut down on his cost of living. However, schedule changes for the T bus system planned to go into effect in May could have him waiting around an extra half hour every morning.
The T is in the process of reducing bus services by cutting the frequency and time of nine bus routes in Fort Worth, said Dick Ruddell, president of the T, a public hearing Tuesday night.