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Uribe, Fox recount leadership ethics

“When you rise to lead, never forget your integrity.”  Former president of Colombia Álvaro Uribe Vélez said these words to TCU students at the Vicente...

Alumna to open Fort Worth dog boutique

When Hannah Scheideman graduated from TCU in 2010, she was anything but ready to continue on to graduate school or have a traditional nine-to-five...

Boschini, students attend Occupy Sadler

The student movement which started on Twitter and Facebook, led to about 50 student protestors outside of Sadler Hall last Thursday. The Occupy Sadler group formed in...

Video: Mills enjoying new professor role

Don Mills watches his students present their semester projects with a smile on his face and grading sheet in hand. After 17 years of...

Student instructor at the Rec Center teaches classes to de-stress

Junior pre-major Alyssa Case never misses cycling class on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:10 p.m. The instructor for the cycling class happens to...

Cavins-Tull: Priorities are improving housing and mental health on campus

TCU Welcomes New Vice Chancellor, Kathy Cavins-Tull. Midwesterner Kathy Cavins-Tull has replaced Don Mills as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at TCU.  Cavins-Tull started her...

Ipser remembered for his role at TCU, Fort Worth community

Edward Anthony Ipser was known by others as a "good neighbor and a great friend," his daughter Mary-Margaret Walker said. Ipser was an active...

Frogs continue play against Texas State Tuesday

After wrapping up a seven-game stretch of games over spring break, No. 14 TCU finished the week with a 4-3 record, bringing the team's...

Spring break sports recap

Women's tennis

The TCU women's tennis team defeated the Rice Owls 4-3 after being down 3-0 at Jake Hess Tennis Stadium in Houston on Sunday. With TCU down by three, the Frogs came back by winning four three-set matches at the Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 5 singles spots.

Senior Idunn Hertzberg started TCU's comeback by winning 6-0 in her second and third sets. This is the first time this season that the Frogs (4-6) have won back-to-back matches this season.

Feed Your Body and Soul Week aims to promote healthy living

Feed Your Body and Soul Week began Feb. 21 with a luncheon and guest speaker, former "The Biggest Loser" contestant Abby Rike, and will...
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