Four of TCU's track & field athletes will travel to Blacksburg, Va., this weekend to compete at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier. The meet is an opportunity to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships in College Station next weekend.
On the women's side, senior sprinter Kristal Juarez and sophomore Kelsey Samuels will represent the Frogs, while senior Mychal Dungey and junior Cameron Parker will represent the men's squad.
Since its premiere, "The Alex Turner Show" has undergone several changes, including implementing an entirely new panel of voices, new perspectives, and even a new format, to try and reach a wider audience.
The show, which airs on KTCU at 10 p.m. Mondays, is composed of a panel of students who present discussions on national issues in topics such as politics, social news, sports and any topics relevant to college students. The radio talk show hit the airwaves in January 2010 and has since grown in the number of listeners and its overall structure.
Prospective members interested in joining the TCU Student Filmmakers Association will have the opportunity to see what the organization is all about Friday.
Nathan Pesina, strategic co-chair of the competition, said SFA will be holding a 24-hour film competition that will be open to all TCU students. The competition was moved from its original date to Feb. 18 due to the ice storms two weeks ago.
For the first time, Career Services' annual senior career conference will be free for students and held on campus, Director of Student Affairs Marketing Susan Nethery said.
The conference has more seniors registered than any before, with 412 seniors having already registered with a variety of different majors, Nethery said.
In previous years, Nethery said seniors would travel to Arlington for two days, stay at a hotel and learn proper job etiquette all for a fee ranging from $100-$200.