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College of education hosts regional spelling bee

Thirteen-year-old Mark De Los Santos won the Regional Spelling Bee title with the word “desertification.” The TCU College of Education held the Regional Spelling Bee...

College of Education creates new master’s for athletic administration

Educational Administration graduate student Ben Carruthers said he was not sure how he was going to pursue his passion for sports after playing baseball...

TCU’s popularity grows with publicity

The university’s popularity has grown over the years because of an increase in media connecting people to the university and Horned Frog athletics, Dean...

SGA swears in new officers

The Student Government Association swore in the new officers for 2012 Thursday night. SGA President Brent Folan said his experience as SGA treasurer would help...

Volleyball team defeats CSU 3-2 and plan to take on Wyoming

The TCU volleyball team staved off a Colorado State comeback to down the Rams 3-2 and clinch their first win over a ranked opponent...

Harrison Building at Brite is almost done

Newell Williams, president of Brite Divinity School, said the Harrison Building construction is on schedule. “Faculty and staff are scheduled to move in early January,”...

SGA proposes bathroom facility for intramural fields

Sus Enos said she hated when a rival team came to the university for a club soccer match, and players asked to use the...

Halloween attractions provide scares

Two local haunted houses, Cutting Edge and Hangman’s House of Horrors, provide opportunities for students to get into the Halloween spirit. Cutting Edge Haunted House,...

TCU graduates create Fort Worth t-shirt line

TCU graduates Billy Leigh,  Kenner Link and Cody Little created their own local clothing company, Funky Town T’s, this past summer. The style for Funky...

SGA scrambles to fix Scantron issue

A number of faulty blue Scantrons had already been used for tests before members of the Student Government Association were able to alert students...
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