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2015

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The beginning of theEnd

TheEnd’s project – counteracting alcohol abuse, assault and vandalism with free alternatives for students such as concerts and comedy acts – has achieved some...

Informed voting is essential to SGA elections

Every student on campus is affected by the Student Government Association. Only a few go out and return the favor. SGA officer hopefuls are ramping up...

Students spend too much, but don’t participate enough

TCU students will spend an estimate of $59,370 annually, according to TCU's admission website. This includes, of course, living on campus, as well as utilizing the TCU...

Marijuana debate encourages student discussion

'Controversial' topics may be discussed between students, but TCU rarely hosts sponsored panels on said topic. That said, the debate on the legalization of recreational...

Reapportioning of seats causes miscommunication in SGA

There has been recent confusion in Student Government Association because of a miscommunication regarding the reapportioning of representative seats. Each college, based off of population,...

Smoking ban may create unnecessary tension on campus

TCU's campus is filled with students who participate in various activities throughout the day, yet smoking is not a common one. Though the number of...

Multipurpose Building exemplifies student-administration relationship

Regardless of your opinion on the food offered in the Multipurpose Building, there is a lot of good to be said about the recently opened student...

Recruited athletes’ decisions should be respected

With National Signing Day 2015 officially in the books, it’s easy for students and fans to glorify their school’s fresh crop of high school...

The significance of protests for millennials

The recent Fort Worth anti-abortion protest held by the International Coalition of Abolitionist Societies near the central crosswalk of University Drive has triggered multiple...
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