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Graduate school becomes more popular in tough job market

What's in store for graduating seniors during these tough economic times? No one has the answer to the economy. Analysts say it has recovered one...

Mortenson accused of lying

When Greg Mortenson, author of "Three Cups of Tea", visited TCU's campus earlier this semester he was celebrated for his philanthropic work in Pakistan...

Robert Carr gets full-time coordinator

The first full-time TCU Chapel and Events Coordinator, Brittney Smith, is making more than wedding plans. Smith said that being full-time allows her to quickly...

Students visit mosque for class

Religion students visited the Fort Worth based Islamic Association of Tarrant County (IATC) Friday, April 1 to expand their global awareness, and try to...

The Christian in TCU: Marketing Our Religiosity

As a religiously affiliated private university, TCU has the power to dictate religious activity for students. Because of which Christian sect it finds itself...

Halperin: Excited about next chapter

TCU alumnus Tim Halperin competed in this season of "American Idol" until getting voted off Thursday, March 4.

Now, one week later, Halperin said he is excited about the next chapter in his career, beginning with a return to Fort Worth.

Halperin, who graduated this past May, has been playing music since high school, but said he really became serious about pursuing his career as a singer-songwriter after enrolling at TCU in 2006.

‘Three Cups of Tea’ author visits campus

New York Times best-selling author Greg Mortenson came to campus Jan. 24 as the 2011 Frost Foundation speaker, but his book had been making...

Patterson: ‘We’ll play with anybody’

Sophomore quarterback Kellen Moore led the Boise State Broncos to their second consecutive undefeated season and the team was rewarded with a berth in...

Students push for Froggie-Five-O male pick-up

Froggie Five-0 was created 13 years ago to provide transportation for female students to make campus safer. This year, student leaders on campus are asking why men can't get rides too.

TCU Police officer Pam Christian spoke at a Residence Hall Association meeting Nov. 4 about safety on campus and the availability of student escorts. Among the topics discussed included adding male student pick-ups by Froggie-Five-0, Residence Hall Association President Eric Russell said.

Friday forecast leaves little chance for snow day

Students expecting a snow day Friday shouldn't hold their breath.

The area south of Fort Worth is predicted to get snow Friday, but there is only a 30 percent chance of flurries Friday afternoon, and they would affect the area closer to Waco than Fort Worth, said meteorologist Daniel Huckaby of the Dallas-Fort Worth National Weather Service office.



The National Weather Service Web site reported snow accumulation of 0.3 inches in Fort Worth on Wednesday.



Provost Nowell Donovan said snow like Wednesday's would not send students home tomorrow.

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