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Crane extracting boilers in Tom Brown-Pete Wright

Cranes in the TCU skyline do not always signal more construction, the one over Tom Brown-Pete Wright last month just meant a repair was hard to reach.

On June 27, contractors used a crane to remove what could be the first of ten boilers to fail in the Tom Brown-Pete Wright residence hall.

Tradition defines the “C” in TCU

A school never wanders too far from its roots, Don Mills, former vice chancellor for student affairs, said. Since 1889, when the university changed its...

Friends, family celebrate graduates’ accomplishments at commencement

Welcome to the “real world” class of 2012, there’s no spring break here, Chancellor Boschini said. Although the ceremony honored graduate and doctorate degree recipients,...

Student film brings traditional goth back to ‘Phantom’ story

Students have high hopes for a low-budget film. The cast and crew of “Erik: Portrait of a Living Corpse” will gather for a film showing...

Golfers keep Swedish culture close

Even for folks living in the United States, Fort Worth can be a bit of a culture shock. But the Tex-Mex, purple margaritas and country...

Former TCU history professor, NFL player dies

Ben Hamill Procter, a record-holding receiver, Harvard graduate and professor emeritus of history at the university, died of Parkinson’s disease on Tuesday. He was...

Professor, doctoral candidate dies

Carla Buss, an emerging scholar in business management known for her kindness and work ethic, died of cancer Saturday. She was 36.  Buss skillfully balanced...

AOII reps to meet, include diverse women

Representatives of an incoming sorority would lay the foundation for an organization steeped in university culture. On Wednesday Alpha Omicron Pi, a Panhellenic sorority, started...

Alternative summer storage offered to students

Get things squared away for the summer. This is the offer Antonio Pee, an on-campus representative for Campus Cardboard Inc., extended to students when he...

Men’s golf team travels to Georgia

The men’s golf team plans to take the Insperity Augusta State Invitational seriously this April Fools’ weekend, head coach Bill Montigel said. After practice this...
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