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Saturday, December 4, 2021

Frogs bleed pink for breast cancer awareness

About 2,000 people gathered in the campus commons Sunday afternoon to participate in the 6th annual Frogs for the Cure music video.

Printing stations show new format

The new printing credit is causing confusion among students. Students now see a monetary value when printing instead of the amount of prints left, but the $30 value is the same as 300 prints.

Director of first-year experience leaves TCU

After 13 years of working with incoming Horned Frogs and the first-year experience, Dr. John Mark Day is leaving to become the director of leadership and campus life at Oklahoma State University.

Frogs for the Cure music video to be filmed Sunday

The TCU community will have a chance to participate in the filming of the annual Frogs for the Cure music video this weekend. This year’s music video will feature the song, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” performed by Luke Wade and Mia Z from NBC’s the Voice.

Case of rubella confirmed at TCU

The TCU director of health services told students not to worry too much about a student contracting rubella

Students react to Hunter Hayes headlining Fall Concert

Students tweeted a mix of positive and negative comments after the announcement of Hayes's performance.

Hunter Hayes to headline the 2015 fall concert

TCU is going country with this year’s fall concert. Student Body President Maddie Reddick announced this morning that Hunter Hayes will headline the fall concert. The...

New parking garage to open in September

The new parking garage that will occupy much of what was formerly Lot 5 will remain empty until the first week of September.

Health Center encounters suspected cases of chickenpox on campus

Health Center encounters suspected cases of chickenpox on campus.

Harry Vincent says TCU lifts suspension for social media posts

TCU has walked back its suspension of a student after he made a series of social media posts the university deemed offensive.
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