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Arlington taking texting off the road for good

Starting in November, people driving through the city of Arlington could get pulled over for texting. The city council passed an ordinance banning texting while...

Lots of construction, little machinery theft at TCU

Construction sites can be hot spots for thieves but not at TCU. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Texas was ranked number one in...

Food bank volunteers fight hunger

Students have the opportunity to volunteer at local food banks throughout September as part of national organization Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month. The Tarrant Area...

Limited internet access for faculty and staff

TCU students have the ability to connect to the Internet anywhere on campus, thanks to Wi-Fi. For faculty and staff; however, it is an...

Drought continues despite rain

After 70 consecutive days of weather over 100 degrees, the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex broke a new record for the most 100 degree days in...

TCU Police Department offer first rape prevention class

The TCU Police Department offered the first Rape Aggression Defense, or R.A.D.,  class over the weekend. TCU Crime Prevention Officer Pam Christian said the program...

More college campuses going smoke-free

College campuses around the nation are going smoke-free. According to a Sept. 1 CNN article, The University of Kentucky and the University of Michigan are...

Student-led worship service is designed to reach out to community

Ignite kicked off the new school year Monday night with a packed house inside the University Recreation Center. According to the Ignite website, “Ignite is...

Frogorrito replaces Sub Connection in TCU’s Smith Hall

A new Tex-Mex restaurant has opened on TCU’s campus in time for the new school year. The new eatery, Frogorrito, replaced the sandwich shop Sub...

GrandMarc residents will participate in cold water competition

The GrandMarc's north tower pool will be an unfriendly 40 degrees for Friday's Polar Bear Plunge, an event where participants compete to see who can stay in the pool the longest.

Residence Hall Association Senator DJ Walsted said the event will be raising money for the Samaritan House by accepting donations from the contest's participants. Fifty cent hot chocolate and free s'mores will be provided at the event.

"We are trying to build a community and awareness that the GrandMarc is holding events and has fun stuff to do for TCU," Walsted said.

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