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Indoor practice field receives makeover

When you walk into the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility, it’s easy to see why Horned Frog football is at its prime. With two BCS...

Frogs sweep second series in a row

The NO. 7 Horned Frogs completed their second consecutive series sweep with a 2-1 win over UNLV Saturday afternoon at Lupton Stadium. The Frogs managed...

Frogs defeat UNLV in first game of homestretch

The NO. 7 Horned Frogs kicked off a busy 8 game in 10 day stretch with a 4-1 victory over the UNLV Rebels Thursday...

TCU takes down Rebels in second game

The NO.7 Horned Frogs extended their season-long winning streak to six games with a 9-3 win over UNLV Friday night at Lupton Stadium. Pitching in...

No. 15 Frogs sweep Falcons after 10-5 victory

The No. 15 Horned Frogs finished off a series sweep with a 10-5 victory over the Air Force Falcons on a windy Sunday afternoon...

Students, faculty hit by phishing scam

University technology resources detected a phishing e-mail sent to students, faculty and staff Thursday morning, compromising the network and e-mail account of several users who fell victim to the attack, Technology Resources Information Security Services Director Jim Mayne said.

The e-mail contained an attachment asking users to enter their username and password, Mayne said.

At least 25 students, faculty and staff responded to the e-mail by entering their information, he said.

The Purple Poll Results

Purple Poll

Do you think that the health care reform should have done more?

Jacob Broom

Junior finance and accounting major

"No, because it has just added to the budget deficit."

Scott Summers

Senior entrepreneurial management major

"I think [it] did enough because there was not enough reason to change the health care industry as it was."

Matt Saxon

Sophomore neuroscience major

Bob Schieffer to receive Fourth Estate Award

Bob Schieffer, the namesake of TCU's Schieffer School of Journalism, will receive the National Press Club's prestigious Fourth Estate Award in October, according to information from the Schieffer School's website.

The award is considered to be the Club's top honor and recognizes Schieffer for his "lifetime of distinguished contribution to American Journalism," according to a news release on the award.

Schieffer School Director John Lumpkin wrote in an email that the award is an honor for the Schieffer school.

Craigslist search leads to theft charges

Two North Texas men have been accused of stealing computers and musical instruments from campus valued at more than $100,000 after TCU Police said one of the items was spotted on the Craigslist website.

Umair Khan, 24, of 900 Mulder Drive in Arlington, and Azim Ansari, 21, of 3609 Mackenzie Lane in Richardson, were each charged with two counts of theft, according to documents from the Tarrant County District Clerk's office.

Frog Feature: TCU Chief of Police Steve McGee

During his 15-year tenure as TCU's Chief of Police, Steve McGee has faced many issues. Perhaps one of his greatest challenges has been that of on-campus parking for students, faculty and staff. In an effort to develop solutions to this problem, McGee has taken a unique approach8212;when traveling to college campuses all across the country he checks parking lots while on family vacations in search of inspiration to brainstorm ideas.

Q: How did you get the idea to look at parking situations in campuses all over the country?

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