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Adderall exposed: TCU’s study habit

Moments after taking the small blue and white pill, Nick said he felt more focused and determined to complete his work. The first time Brian...

Photographers’ legacy being celebrated at library

The legacy of the Swartz brothers is being celebrated in the TCU library during the month of November. The brothers, David, John and Charles, arrived...

A day in the life of a TCU dorm maid

Twelve years ago, Natasha Krotsyuk arrived in America with a dictionary under her arm, ready to learn the English language and hoping to find...

Students unhappy with limited basketball space

With intramural volleyball going on, some TCU students have expressed their frustrations about the lack of basketball space in the rec's gym. “There aren’t any...

Chick-fil-A now open until 2 a.m. on weekdays

The campus Chick-fil-A has extended its dining hours from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. on weekdays. Director of Operations Michael Dahl wrote in an email that...

Westphal hoping to build new tradition

Student Body President Cody Westphal said at a Student Government Association meeting Tuesday that he wants to start a new tradition at TCU similar to...

Bag checks, heat a concern for TCU Police on gameday

At least 125 additional police officers will be patrolling Amon G. Carter Stadium at Saturday's game but fans shouldn't expect security measures that rival the NFL's.  No...

Traffic headaches expected for Saturday’s game at AT&T Stadium

Students heading to Arlington for TCU's game against LSU in AT&T Stadium on Saturday may find both heavy traffic and scarce parking, according to...

Third dorm to be built in Worth Hills

Construction on a third residence hall for upperclassmen in Worth Hills is underway and expected to be complete by next fall, but the addition of 163 beds may not alleviate the housing crunch.

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