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Authors Speak on unification of homosexuality, Christian faith

Tuesday night almost 200 students, faculty and staff came to hear best-selling authors Tony and Peggy Campolo debate about the place where faith and...

TCU graduate to compete for Miss Universe title

A TCU alumna, who began her pageant career as a way to finish her homework, is competing for the title of Miss Universe. Sharie de’Castro...

Delta Gamma Anchor Bowl takes trip to AT&T Stadium

At this year’s Delta Gamma Anchor Bowl, students can pay to play on the same field as the professionals.

Frogs for the Cure enters video contest with $25,000 grand prize

Frogs for the Cure entered its annual video into a national competition with a $25,000 grand prize. The Pink Glove Dance contest, sponsored by Medline...

Frogs for the Cure banquet hosts All-American triathlete, breast cancer survivor

At this year’s Frogs for the Cure luncheon Tuesday, an audience of supporters and survivors were moved to tears by the story of one...

Homecoming floats to showcase students’ imagination, creativity

A parade float is a moving stage that flaunts colorful banners, elaborate decorations and animated performers, whose goal is to dazzle the crowd. This year’s...

Throwback photo contest challenges students to travel back in time

A new photo contest invites students to look past the bell-bottoms and Farrah Fawcett hair in classic photos, so they can create their own...

Campaigns begin for Mr. and Ms. TCU candidates

A crowd painted purple will watch as two students are crowned Mr. and Ms. TCU at this year’s homecoming game. Nominated by registered student organizations,...

Annual Frogs for the Cure Video invites students to “Rise Up”...

Opera singers, fire dancers and stilt walkers were all part of the taping of the fourth annual Frogs for the Cure video. For this year’s...

Conservative student newspaper to launch early October

In an effort to increase political awareness on campus, students have founded a newspaper called The Purple Patriot. Isabel “Booey” Mittelstadt, a junior political science...
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