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Ann Louden: ‘A force to be reckoned with’

She has a tall, thin frame and a spunky attitude that nobody would forget; for someone as busy as her, she’s always sporting a...

Conquering cancer in college

Texas Christian University students Taylor Helland and Molly O’Neill didn't think about cancer going into college. Like any college student, they saw vast opportunities...

Breast cancer awareness at TCU

Pink ribbons, T-shirts, and bracelets, you name it, in the month of October pink of the color of breast cancer awareness. However, Breast Cancer Awareness...

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Through the Eyes of Those Involved

Five words Five words uttered by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, "May God avenge their blood," set off the most deadly round of violence between Gaza...

TCU women’s volleyball falls to Zhejiang

The TCU women’s volleyball team lost 3-0 in a grueling match against the Chinese national champion team, Zhejiang, on Friday night. According to GoFrogs.com, the...

Students react to Anjelah Johnson’s performance

More than 950 tickets were distributed to students, faculty, alumni and the general public to see comedienne Anjelah Johnson on Friday in the Brown-Lupton...

Three swimmers close to beating 20-year-old record

Sebastian Arispe, Adam Szilagyi and Anthony McMurry are all battling to break a swim record from 1993.

The 20-year-old record for the 200-meter freestyle is the last of TCU alum Ron Forrest’s seven records that he set as a swimmer on the TCU team. However, he would like to see that record broken this season.

TCU App Club to help with learning how to program

For students interested in creating apps, there's a club for that now. Founders of the TCU App Club senior engineering majors Mathew Antony, Dillon Burns, Jose...

Syrian students cope with violence in Syria

The Syrian civil war has affected millions of people, including two TCU students. First-year biology major Karim Al-Hussayni and first-year psychology major Kenda Chaker both...

TCU art student profits from his paintings

Painting is not just a hobby for sophomore business and art double major Barry Carter. It is something he hopes to make a living...
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