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Friday, April 23, 2021


On The Town – ICE at The Parks

It's spring time in Texas and summer is quickly
approaching. What better way to escape than
on a 210-foot patch of ice?
For only $9, the general public can rent skates and
hit up ICE at the Parks at Arlington, an Olympicsize
skating rink.

Open for interested skaters, birthday parties,
skating lessons and hockey leagues, the rink,
which is located in The Parks mall, has become a
local staple for youth and adult time-killing.
Of course, for some, moving on ice with blades
attached to their feet might seem like a foreign

Founders of polo club graduate, leave legacy of team to junior

Four years ago, two women enrolled at TCU with the intention of bringing something new beyond two students.

Polo was their hobby, their sport a means of enjoyment and they did not plan on giving it up.

Molly Musselman, a communication studies major, and KC Beal, an entrepreneurial management major, started the polo club at TCU in 2004.

Starting off

Freshmen key in team’s first tournament win

Short one junior veteran, the TCU women's tennis team relied on freshmen to lead the way to a win over the University of Wyoming...

Alumna signs to professional team

After four days of training camp, TCU alumna Adrianne Ross is still competing to secure a regular season position on a WNBA team, the San Antonio Silver Stars.

Ross, who was a member of the TCU Lady Frogs for five years, was signed to a training camp contract with the Silver Stars, which started April 20.

Camp Daze

Women’s squad faces Wyoming

The women's tennis team's first-round opponent in the Mountain West Conference Championship is No. 8 University of Wyoming, which beat No. 9 Air Force in the opening round Wednesday.

Since TCU earned the No. 1 seed for this year's conference championship, it plays the winner of the two lowest seeds.

Season a success, coach says

Standing tall with the No. 1 seed in the Mountain West Conference Championships, as well as a share of the regular season conference title...

Breakup blues make for funny film

She's the perfect girl for him, and he's not man enough for her - the perfect breakup, woo her back scenario for romantic comedies.

But similar to recent films with the Judd Apatow tag attached (Apatow produced), "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" mixes cute and cuddly romance with fart jokes. You know, one of those movies enjoyable for the supposed feminine and masculine sides of the movie appreciation spectrum.

Hot-hitting squad takes on Sooners

The baseball team is holding even in the standings for control of first place in the Mountain West Conference following its weekend sweep of Brigham Young University. The Horned Frogs now enter the second half of the two-game break from conference play against the University of Oklahoma.

TCU beat the Dallas Baptist University Patriots last night 6-4, extending the current four-game winning streak.

Polo club founders to graduate, leave winning team

In its fourth year of existence, the TCU Polo Club is losing its two founders, but its future seems to be on the rise as it continues to grow and evolve.

Molly Musselman, a communication studies major, and KC Beal, an entrepreneurial management major, started the polo club at TCU in 2004 as freshmen. The club received approval in fall 2004 and play began in spring 2005.

Starting off

Texas Governor’s book backward-thinking

Gov. Rick Perry signs copies of his book, "On My Honor: Why the American Values of the Boy Scouts are Worth Fighting for," today in the TCU Bookstore. The book details what he feels are hypocrisies in liberal agendas, specifically those of the American Civil Liberties Union, which attacks the Boy Scouts of America because of its policies restricting homosexuality and atheism for troop masters.

Perry wrote the purpose of Boy Scouts is not to engage in debate about these issues.

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