The university is preparing for this tornado season with informative magnets, but many on campus either don't have the magnets or haven't taken the time to read them, some students said.
Director of Housing and Residence Life Craig Allen said resident assistants put tornado safety magnets on every campus refrigerator at the beginning of each semester, but it's up to students to heed their warnings. The magnets define what constitutes a tornado warning versus a tornado watch and lists the best places to seek shelter.
TCU hosted its first-ever BCS bowl selection show Sunday night in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. An estimated 3,500 fans cheered when it was announced that the BCS No. 4 Horned Frogs will be going to the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
There were mixed emotions about playing No. 6 Boise State for the second year in a row. Quarterback Andy Dalton had only positive comments about the pick.
"(TCU is) in a BCS game, there is nothing to complain about," Dalton said, "We are going out to (Arizona to) make a statement."
An estimated 3500 TCU fans filled Daniel-Meyer Coliseum tonight to watch the Bowl selection held by Fox. The crowd cheered when it was announced that the No. 4 Horned Frogs will be going to the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale Arizona.
Some fans were not as excited about playing No. 6 Boise State for the second year in a row. The head football coach, Gary Patterson said Boise State is a good opponent because they do not lose often.
"The only game (Boise State) lost in the last two years was to (TCU) and it was 17-16," Patterson said.
Michael Beschloss, an award-winning author and historian, said that only time will show how recent presidential bills affected the country.
Beschloss spoke Tuesday night about presidential history at the inaugural Paul F. Boller Jr. Symposium. The BLUU ballroom was filled with people who held copies of his books while listening to the speech.
The Symposium was held in honor of Paul F. Boller Jr., the first Lyndon B. Johnson Chair in American History at TCU in 1976, Chancellor Victor Boshini said.
A surge in interest in the Rape Aggression Defense workshop has prompted TCU Police to add a third class this fall, an officer said.
Campus police usually offers one class every semester, but the number of students who want to take the class has increased in light of the recent reports of sexual assault, Crime Prevention Officer Pam Christian said. The other two classes scheduled are already full, she said.
Editor's note: This story was revised for clarification at 11:13 p.m. Oct. 19.
The campus escort program Froggie Five-0 has seen an increase in requests for rides after recent sexual assault reports involving students.
A Froggie Five-O driver said he usually responds to 40 calls a night but answered between 50 and 60 Wednesday night, after a student reported Tuesday night that she was sexually assaulted while walking on campus.
TCU Police Officer Pam Christian, director of Froggie Five-O, said she couldn't confirm those numbers.