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Senior world traveler starts jewelry business

Darcie Nicholson is already putting her strategic communication major to use by advertising for her jewelry business. She sells just one item, a brass wire...

Logan Mittie: student, coach’s daughter, broadcaster, athlete

Logan Mittie plays role of guard for TCU women's basketball team, broadcaster for men's basketball team and head coach's daughter. Logan Mittie plays a double...

SuperFrog: the students behind the costume

He has the most recognizable face on campus. TCU throws him a birthday party every year, and he is shown on television during every...

Off the court, Delisa Gross expresses herself through writing

Delisa Gross, a senior forward for the TCU women’s basketball team, spends hours each week preparing as one of the team's starting players. However,...

Women’s basketball defeats East Central 91-59 in exhibition

The TCU women's basketball team beat East Central University, a Division III school, 91-59 in its lone exhibition game. The Frogs were led by...

TCU women’s basketball to appear on national TV in 2013

TCU Women’s basketball team is scheduled to appear on television 14 times during regular season, including two national appearances. The Horned Frogs will play a...

Women’s basketball attends Big 12 Media Day

Head coach Jeff Mittie and seniors Delisa Gross and Whitney Williams represented TCU women's basketball at the Big 12 Media Day Thursday. Here are...

Army ROTC uses game day patrolling to prepare for the military

Army ROTC students prepare for military life by protecting students and civilians on game day and dealing with difficult fans. TCU game days are characterized...

TCU women’s rifle looks to follow record-breaking season opener

The Horned Frogs traveled to Mississippi on Sept. 27 to start their season at the Ole Miss Invitational. The invitational provided the Frogs an...

Sarah Scherer meets the president during private White House tour

As the university's only current student Olympic athlete, senior Sarah Scherer has had so many new experiences that the words “new” and “exciting” are...
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