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The Skiff: November 15, 2018

Concert hall in new Music building to be named in honor of internationally recognized pianist, the first of three provost candidates to attend on-campus forum Thursday and the Board of Trustees decides to raise tuition and has updates on construction around campus.

New Associate Director of Admission for transfer students to be hired...

TCU Office of Admissions is currently searching for a new Associate Director of Admission for transfer students.

First provost candidate scheduled to attend on-campus open forum

The first of three semi-finalists is scheduled to visit campus for Q&A at an open forum in the BLUU.

TCU celebrates First Generation Students Day

The event showed support for first generation college students.

Members of local Jewish community discuss anti-Semitism

Panel members spoke about anti-Semitism in the U.S. and gave their suggestions on how to combat hatred.

House shift moves subpoena power to Democrats

Democrats set to take over the House in January will have a special authority at their disposal, that Republicans gave them.

Local West Nile Virus cases increase due to heavy rainfall

The recent rainfall is correlated with the increase of West Nile Virus cases in the fall.

Temperature will continue to drop

Temperatures are predicted to hit the freezing mark right around 10 tonight, and by early Tuesday they should reach a brisk 26 degrees. But cold weather is not leading to canceled classes.

Recovery ongoing as media coverage shifts away from hurricane

The national media has shifted attention away from Hurricane Michael, but recovery is still taking place as the holiday season approaches.

Concert hall of new Music Center to be named for late...

The TCU Music Center will be named after late Van Cliburn, an American concert pianist.
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