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2012

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Former frog wins award for writing

Former frog Gerald Warfield was honored at the 28th Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement awards at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles, CA....

Women’s tennis team captures Mountain West Conference Championship

TCU women’s tennis captured the 2012 Mountain West Conference Tournament title in San Diego, 4-2, against the San Diego State Aztecs. This is the fourth...

Make-A-Wish Foundation representatives speak about non-profit work

I wish to meet. I wish to be. I wish to have. I wish to go. These are many wishes children ask for from the...

‘Wrath of the Titans’ mixes action, mythology

What do you have when you combine astonishing mystical powers, family betrayals, and bloody war scenes? The Wrath of the Titans. The 2012 movie is...

Students learn about mental health issues at ‘Never Walk Alone’

Music, free food and inspirational speeches were given to raise awareness about mental health issues and suicide prevention outside of the Brown-Lupton University Union...

Conference, expo to promote healthy living

Promoting Health and Wellness through Community-Campus Partnerships is not only the name of the conference but is also its goal. The Community Involvement and Service...

ISA banquet sales give food to Caribbean, Latin American people

A ticket not only allows you to attend a banquet full of cultural festivities, but also allows a misfortunate child from Latin America or...

Plans for Trayvon Martin march confirmed

TCU’s NAACP chapter is planning a march to express the member’s opinions on the recent shooting death of Florida teen, Trayvon Martin. The case has...

Coleman Fellows extend business beyond Neeley

The Coleman Foundation builds support for entrepreneurship education in non-business departments and helps build a diverse group of educators across the country, according to...

Neeley School celebrates 75th anniversary

With 2013 marking the 75th anniversary of the Neeley School of Business, the business school has already begun commemorating the success it has had...
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