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Choreographer ends stay with performance

Miguel Mancillas, the Cecil H. and Ida Green Honors Chair for the ballet and modern dance department, ended his two week residency at TCU...

Nursing students will train on-site

The TCU Harris School of Nursing has added the Sacred Heart Health System to its growing list of affiliated hospitals which will serve as...

TRAC shuttle system faces delay, will start in August

The construction delay of a new apartment complex near Perrotti’s Pizza has created a bottleneck that will cause the debut of a parking shuttle...

Construction delays keep buses parked

Construction on a student apartment and retail complex on a commuter parking lot near Berry Street has been delayed until December so developers will...

Swingin’

The women’s tennis team improved its record during a 10-match home stretch to 3-1 with a win over the Virginia Cavaliers. The Horned Frogs bested...

Boycotting cookies doesn’t solve issue

With all the controversy over the relationship between Girl Scouts and Planned Parenthood, you would think Girl Scout leaders are teaching their daisies and...

Girl Scout chapter endorsing abortion

A group of pro-life Texans in Waco known as Pro-Life Waco has recently called for a boycott of Girl Scout cookies. At first, the...

Tabling loan a wise decision

In the past, this newspaper’s editorial board has criticized the Student Government Association for mishandling student funds. But, this time, it’s time to give credit...

Educators see bill as temporary fix

A state bill that could put more teachers in Texas classrooms leaves education professionals unimpressed. The State Board of Education approved a bill Feb. 27...

Baylor incident won’t occur at TCU, chancellor says headline

The recent firestorm at Baylor University over the controversial editorial published in the student newspaper, The Baylor Lariat, would not happen here, administrators and...
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