Style comes to TCU when the Black Student Association sponsors a spring fashion show that will give students a chance to keep up with the newest fashions.Tiffany Willis, a sophomore psychology and education of exceptional children major and social interaction chairperson for BSA, said the show is the biggest event BSA has had this year. It is a mixture of a fundraiser and an opportunity for BSA to get the attention of the campus, as it is a new organization, Willis said.
The Horned Frogs defeated the UNLV Rebels 4-3 in a spirited performance Saturday evening at the Friedman Tennis Center's indoor courts. The Frogs swept the Rebels in doubles play, clinching the match when Cosmin Cotet and Kriegler Brink overpowed Brett Hunter and Elliot Wronski 8-6. Coet and Brink are currently ranked No. 36 in the nation as a doubles team.
Although the Rebels had an upset victory Friday over New Mexico, head coach Dave Borelli said the Frogs were not overly worried about today's match.
Despite a forty-five minute delay because of heavy rains and the threat of tornados in the area, the Horned Frog tennis team took on the Air Force Falcons Friday in the Friedmen Tennis Center's indoor facility. This tournament marked the Frogs first return to action since playing ten days ago but the frogs say it was a much needed break.
"We had a lot of little, nagging injuries because of playing in back to back games for so long," said Stuart Row a junior on the team. "The ten days off was a way for us to take some time off and rest those injuries".
Saints can help people maintain relationships with their loved ones in the afterlife, said a professor from the Brite Divinity School.Carolyn Osiek, the professor of New Testament in the Brite Divinity School, discussed the "Communion of Saints," and how it merges society into a single community, Wednesday night in Sadler Hall.
Following the dinner conversation, Interfaith Council watched an episode from the television series "Charmed," and discussed issues in Paganism.
More than 300 ministers and religious leaders from around the U.S. gathered at TCU this week to explore contemporary issues within the religious community.The event, begun in Texas in 1888, was first held at TCU in 1944. Now, Minister's Week is held in cities around the U.S. The Brite Divinity School, the TCU religion department and University Christian Church sponsored the events throughout the week.
People from various churches came together Wednesday night to promote peace and unity between denominations in Fort Worth.The Unity Dinner, held in the University Christian Church, concluded a week of prayer for Christian unity.
Suzanne Castle-Rolen, associate minister for college ministries, said the Unity Dinner was the finale of a weeklong international event that encouraged unity between churches in Fort Worth.
The event is held in various places around the world annually, but it is making its return to Fort Worth.
The Horned Frogs have bounced back from a disappointing 6-25 season last year with new leaders and big goals for conference play, said a junior guard.The Frogs have started the second half of regular-season play with a 2-1 conference record from wins during winter break over the New Mexico Lobos and Utah Utes.
Brent Hackett, a junior guard, said the team is determined to prove it can be a contender in the Mountain West Conference.
"We have worked hard, and we now have a more balanced offense and more threats in Kevin Langford and Alvardo Parker," Hackett said.