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New parking meters installed on University

The new parking meters can only be seen as a positive for the area, Kristie Setzer, the general manager of Buffalo Bros, located on...

Politics exclude religious minorities

Being Christian has significant voter appeal for candidates for the presidency of the United States. “Because the United States is highly churched as a people,...

History classes should be reorganized to highlight main events

Juan Sola-Corbacho, an adjunct history professorwith the Department of History and Geography, said it was impossible to cover everything in a history class. Unfortunately, I...

Q&A with ‘Seussical’ director

Jennifer Engler, an associate professor for theatre and director of “Seussical the Musical,” discussed the selection, planning and casting of the play. Q: Could you...

‘The Elephant Man’ play chronicles life story of disfigured man

Theatre TCU’s upcoming production of “The Elephant Man” allowed student performers valuable experience and aimed to offer diversity to its audience. “The Elephant Man” is a...

Designated smoking areas could be best plan

The number of locations that permit smoking has dwindled, and the university could be added to this number. However, this may not please some faculty...

Academy snubs 8th ‘Harry Potter’

The buzz floating around social networking sites is “The Artist” has a very good chance of winning Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Tricia Jenkins,...

Komen retreats from Planned Parenthood funding controversy

Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Friday rescinded the decision to discontinue its funding for Planned Parenthood’s breast cancer screening program. Tony Perkins, the...

Student punk rock band releases energetic album with creative lyrics

Fort Worth is marching to the beat of a very different drum these days. The Pajammas, a punk rock band formed by TCU students Owen Kinser...

Playwright channels his vision into creating ‘Stained Glass’

Theatre TCU plans to open this semester with Randy Jackson-Alvarenga’s “Stained Glass.” Theatre TCU has developed a reputation for pushing the limits of the talented...
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