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TCU basketball officially signs highly-touted recruiting class

Correction: An earlier version misstated the rank for TCU's recruiting class. In publications such as Scout.com, the class is currently ranked No. 47. Basketball's official signing day...

Spring Frog Fest returns after year off

One TCU football event returned Saturday after a year-long hiatus because of construction on Amon G. Carter Stadium. The spring equipment sale, known this year...

Amon G. Carter Stadium up for 2013 Sports Facility of the...

One year after completing the two-year $164 million renovation project, Amon G. Carter Stadium has been named one of five finalists for the Sports...

Lupton Stadium on display for first time

Lupton Stadium had a different look when fans arrived for the Frogs’ first home series against Cal State Fullerton last weekend. The stadium underwent renovations...

Top recruit brings more than just basketball

As the high school basketball season winds down, Brandon Parrish will retire his Seguin High School jersey in a little under a month. While his...

ESPN vice president discusses the evolving world of sports journalism on...

Sports journalism is an evolving industry that is as popular as ever, one ESPN executive said in an address to students. Rob King, the vice...

New president Josh Simpson hopes to bring a culture change to...

He can’t go many places lately without getting some sort of congratulatory shout-out, handshake or complimentary hug.  But student body president-elect Josh Simpson says he’s...

Students don’t show at Boschini’s town hall meeting about tuition

When tuition increases were announced in November last year, Chancellor Victor Boschini found himself surrounded by student protesters outside of Sadler Hall. Among some of...

Tuition increase announcement expected by Tuesday

The board of trustees is expected to vote to increase tuition within the next week, Chancellor Victor Boschini said Tuesday.  The board of trustees will...

TCU alumna opens new business in West 7th District

It's been almost 10 years since Nicole Werneck was a student at TCU, but the purple that lines her new shop downtown shows she has not lost her TCU spirit. 

A 2003 graduate of the Neely School of Business, Werneck opened Blow West 7th back in June.

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