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Gospel Choir postpones Mexico Spring Break ministry

Plans were already made for the gospel choir to head out of the country to Juarez, Mexico, for spring break to share their Christian...

Professors celebrate return of department’s journal

Forget about grading essays and writing novels, English professors jumped into the party scene last week, eating strawberries and sipping sparkling punch as they...

Reflections on Black History Month

Grandmama Melda Henton was on her way home from work one day in 1975 when she was hit by a car in Port Arthur....

Alumni gather for history awareness

Black Alumni Alliance members reminisced about their days at TCU, while encouraging students to utilize the resources on campus that weren’t available to them...

Senseless Acts of Comedy entertain student crowds

Thursday nights can kick off the club and dancing scene for college students. For others there’s Senseless Acts of Comedy, the improvisational comedy troupe that performs on campus.

Senseless Acts formed in fall 2002 by founding members Andrew Hamer and John C. Anderson because of Hamer’s interest in professional comedy. Both are senior radio-TV-film majors.

University Recreation Center turns 1 year old: Students take a break...

Red and purple balloons, free Panera Bread sandwiches and a cake cutting ceremony with the chancellor helped kick off the University Recreation Center’s one-year...

Snow! In Texas?: Freeze Fest welcomes back students

More than 600 students chunked snowballs at their friends, created rainbow color wax hands and got free Little Mermaid and frog balloons Wednesday at Frog Freeze Fest, Programming Council’s spring welcome back party.

Welcome back party today

Frog Freeze Fest, a welcome back party, will be sponsored by Programming Council at 5 p.m. today in the Student Center. The lawn in front...

TCU restricting ‘shop and drops’

Students who “shop and drop” classes has led the registrar to prohibit students from registering for more than 17 hours until the first day...
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