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City tree ordinance delays new parking lot construction

Trees are to blame for a minor delay in construction on the new parking lot located northeast of Smith Entrepreneurs Hall, Harold Leeman, associate...

Increase in applications sparks need for new process

With the enormous increase in admission numbers this year, Dean of Admission Ray Brown said the university is going to need to figure out...

Anderson: Teams still need to keep working

Track & field head coach Darryl Anderson said in a TCU Athletics release that even though the TCU relay teams had some quality performances...

26 students take 40 awards at TIPA convention

Awards won by the TCU Student Media Advertising, The Daily Skiff and TCU News Now at this past weekend's Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention...

AIDS benefit concert moves off campus

Senior Amy Bramlett, a ballet and modern dance double major, decided to move the 10th annual AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County Benefit Concert,...

Patterson credits sticking to the same system for maximizing player potential

Head football coach Gary Patterson credited the natural talent of his players for the recent ESPN The Magazine No. 1 ranking of TCU football for developing top National Football League talent.

"They already have the potential," Patterson said. "All we can do is just make them the best player they can be."

Patterson said he hasn't even figured out what the NFL wants.

Recently, ESPN The Magazine senior writer Bruce Feldman ranked TCU No. 1 nationally for its ability to develop NFL talent.

Neeley ranked top 100 for Master of Business Administration programs

After the U.S. News & World Report put TCU in the Top 100 for Masters of Business Administration programs, O. Homer Erekson said he was proud of the work put in by all people involved in the school.

Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean at the Neeley School of Business, said, "Our continual upward performance in the U.S. News ranking of top graduate business schools is a testament to our MBA admissions staff to recruit the best students and our faculty to deliver an outstanding master's program in business."

K2, cannabinoid substances banned on campus

Synthetic cannabinoid substances, such as K2, were recently banned on TCU's campus due to the dangerous health effects associated with the drug, Vice Chancellor...

Upcoming events for the week of Monday Feb. 28, 2011

Taste of TCU

Kim's Spot, BLUU 9-3 p.m.

For more information, contact Karen Bell.

817-257-5664

Contact k.l.bell@tcu.edu

Rescheduled: Arts/Media

Major Quest

BLUU Auditorium

4 p.m.

Contact b.beacham@tcu.edu

Roadmap to Careers in Marketing

Miller-BLUU

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

1:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Contact c.j.cure@tcu.edu

American Idol Watching Party (watch Tim Halperin)

The Spot-BLUU

7 p.m. to 9 p.,.

Contact kim.turner@tcu.edu

Wednesday, March 2

Black History Month events

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS:

Brite Worship Service

Tuesday, Feb. 15

11 a.m.

Description: A focus on Black History and the Black Church hosted by Rev. Victoria Burson Associate Pastor of Cathedral of Hope [U.C.C.] in Dallas, Texas

Location: Robert Carr Chapel

Free and open to the public

CommUNITY Conversations: Ghana

Wednesday, Feb. 16

12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

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