Harvey Mackay, author of five New York Times best sellers, including the runaway No. 1 best seller, "Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive," is back with more advice about the hostile job market.
His new book, "Use Your Head to Get Your Foot in the Door: Job Search Secrets No One Else Will Tell You," was 15th on the New York Times list for Hardcover Business Best Sellers as of April 1.
University students are now getting a chance to announce games for the nationally-ranked Horned Frog baseball team not only on the radio, but on television as well.
Chuck LaMendola, play-by-play announcer for the baseball team, said that because of the deal struck with The Mountain West Sports Network last fall to air student-produced sporting events, students are now getting television announcing experience for the first time. Students were able to call games on the radio in the past, he said.
Full-length feature films, videos for Coca-Cola and award-winning productions are normally things that describe a major production studio in Los Angeles or New York. However, in the case of Red Productions, they are the characteristics of a studio just minutes away from campus.
The award-winning Fort Worth video and film production company, started by 2004 university graduate Justin "Red" Sanders, is preparing to film its second feature length film in early May, Sanders wrote in an e-mail.
The first annual TCU Women's Baseball Clinic got off to a great start, raising more than $2,500 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Tarrant County, an event representative said.
The clinic, created to raise joint support for breast cancer and the new baseball season, had around 180 participants, said Traci Larrison, a senior account executive for ISP Sports at TCU. The event started with a fashion show of all of the team's uniforms with players striking their best poses on the catwalk.