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Seniors reminisce about class projects and trips

Q: What is the coolest class project or trip you have done? Paige Zinrou, anthropology major from Fort Worth A: "I studied abroad last semester in...

What seniors will miss the most

Q: What will you miss the most about TCU? Hannah James, speech pathology major from Paducah, Ky. A: "I will miss just being able to see...

Seniors share their favorite memories at TCU

Q: What is your favorite memory at TCU? Johnny Fobbs, strategic communication major from Fort Worth A: "When we had College Game Day here, a couple...

Seniors talk about plans after graduation

Q: What are your plans after graduation? Jasmine Batiste, biology major from Houston "I will be teaching biology in Fort Worth ISD and working my way...

Frog Feature: Stephen Lehn, Needle’s Haystack

TCU graduate Stephen Lehn opened the doors of his own company, Needle's Haystack, April 4. Lehn graduated from TCU with a bachelor's degree in...

Egg hunt brings together alumni and student efforts

Alumni Relations, Student Foundation,and Young Alumni teamed up Sunday to host the 17th Annual TCU Easter Egg Hunt. About 2,000 people came from all...

West Berry block party starts Saturday

Junior Ted Wick's idea of holding a block party for the TCU community and Fort Worth will become a reality tomorrow. The West Berry Block...

Tunnel of Oppression returns for third year

The Tunnel of Oppression will be back on TCU's campus for the third year with new features, a committee member for the event said. As...

TCU to co-host regional spelling bee Tuesday

After accepting an invitation to be a part of the regional spelling bee, TCU's College of Education will join the Fort Worth Star-Telegram to co-host the Star-Telegram Regional Championship Spelling Bee.

Mary Patton, dean of the College of Education, said the Star-Telegram invited TCU to participate, and the university accepted the offer.

"When we were approached with it, we were very excited about it," Patton said. "We think this is one way to support our young readers and writers and spellers in the state."

Student compositions performed at Steinway Hall

Several TCU students' music compositions were chosen by the Fort Worth Contemporary Music Fund and performed at Steinway Hall during the nonprofit performing arts organization's first "Call For Scores" concert.

According to a press release issued by the FWCMF, the concert was a part of the Steinway Chamber Music Concert Series and was held March 18 at Steinway Hall in Fort Worth. TCU pianist Eduardo Rojas, a piano performance graduate student, and Katharine Steffens, a voice performance graduate student, were scheduled to perform the chosen composed music.

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