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Image magazine

Image magazine, which was founded in 1973, is a general interest magazine produced by TCU students. It is printed once a semester.

National music scene heats up locally

ALBUMS Paramore: After two of their original members broke off, Paramore is back and ready to prove they’ve still got it. Keep an eye out...

Fashionable Horned Frogs talk style, fall trends

Tiana Lewis

Tiana Lewis has an energy that is infectious. She sits down in Union Grounds with her passion tea, talking non-stop from fashion advice to advice on personal confidence and identity.

Student gives reviews on new music albums including Take Care, El Camino

J. Cole, Cole World: The Sideline Story  After two years, J. Cole released the much-anticipated Cole World: The Sideline Story. Preceding this album along with domestic and international world tours, classic...

Professor shares Latin American tapas recipe

Bonnie Frederick, a Spanish professor at the university, shared her most popular recipes for the traditional tortilla española and marinated tomatoes, straight from the...

Harmony of humanity rediscovered by TCU professor

David Cross sits at his desk covered with papers and books. His office is hidden around a tight corner, so it it’s easy to...

New York fashion week: this season’s newest trends

Fall is fast approaching with cooler weather and fashion that makes us want to raid our grandmother’s closets. Designers have conquered the challenge of...

Students discuss religious beliefs, differences

Cassandra Castillo The summer before my freshman year, I let OneRepublic’s “Good Life” propel me into daydreams of the life I would live here. Though...

Fall fashion takes a twist on the basics

This fall, no true fashion revolution took place. Instead, designers focused on twisting the basics and playing with colors, textures and patterns in a...

Student journal editor-in-chief shows off poetry skills

Grass Matters The wind waves  over taxidermied trees;  Leaves and berries pop  like Technicolor  and rays ultraviolet  their way through cracks in honeycomb branches.  The stream sidewinds through the forest, blue and...

Faculty member connects students with community

Located on the second floor of Jarvis Hall, Melissa Gruver’s office is decorated with fliers for all sorts of TCU student organizations like Meals...
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