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ADHD medication use without a prescription shows side effects

Some young people will do just about anything to keep fit, but a new and dangerous diet trend takes “anything” to a whole new...

Leadership positions for TCU Student Media selected Friday

Leadership positions for TCU Student Media were selected Friday. The new leaders, Madison Pelletier, TCU News Now director; Katie Terhune, Daily Skiff editor-in-chief; Maddie Grussendorf,...

Mayoral Q&A: Dan Barrett

Q: Mayor Mike Moncrief has had a very close relationship with TCU while in office, implementing things like "Go Purple Fridays" and the "Go...

Mayoral Q&A: Jim Lane

This article was edited for accuracy on April 7, 2011. Q: Mayor Moncrief has had a very close relationship with TCU while in Office, implementing...

Team Frogs for the Cure competes at Ridgmar Mall

Saturday's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure has garnered special excitement because of the event's new location at Ridgmar Mall, Race Chair Kara...

Mayoral Q&A: Betsy Price

Q: Mayor Moncrief has had a very close relationship with TCU while in office, implementing things like "Purple Fridays" and the "Go Frogs" sign...

Q&A with Tim Halperin

Fresh off of American Idol, TCU alumnus Tim Halperin will perform in public for the first time back in Fort Worth at Embargo, a...

Halperin makes Cowtown first stop on tour

TCU alumnus and former "American Idol" contestant Tim Halperin is thanking his Fort Worth fan base on Friday with a free concert. "After ‘American Idol'...

Panel: Social media helps spur revolution in Middle East

In a panel with three political science professors, students discussed the use and necessity of social media outlets to cause and to help continue the protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen.

Each panelist gave a 25-minute lecture, which presented the uprisings in the Middle East from the point of view of their specialty. After all three panelists finished, they opened the floor to the audience for questions.

Panel discussion to teach students about religion

After the recent political uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen put the spotlight back in the Middle East, students now have the opportunity to attend a panel to discuss and learn more about the region.

The departments of political science, history, international studies and the AddRan College of Liberal Arts worked to organize Wednesday's panel, which will include three political science professors with different areas of specialty.

Students will be able to ask questions and become more aware of the current issues in the global community.

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