report spurs changes in campus services
By Aaron Chimbel
Changes in dining
services this semester reflect the results of an outside consulting
groups review of TCUs food service offerings, said Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills.
not a bad word
Taxes and a welfare system are signs of socialism
by Chris Diggs
have God-given inalienable rights to their life, to their liberty,
to their property and to pursue their definition of happiness.
Tubas on their toes
Marching band members practice uniform marching style at rehearsal
Tuesday. The groups home debut will be Sept. 15 when the Frogs
take on Marshall at Amon Carter Stadium.
Studies, activities can be balanced
to avoid overload
Story by Monique Bhimani
Illustration by J. Kent Ladewig
For some, stress
drives students to work harder. The more that is thrown at them,
the more they crave. But for other students, balancing time is an
art to be mastered.Entering campus organizations is beneficial to
students because organizations can offer more opportunities and
expertise to benefit future careers. After all, that is half of
the college experience. However, some students find extracurricular
activities combined with a full load of classes lead to excessive
amounts of stress.
Yoga offers participants a soothing break from
By Laura Mc Farland
laughs when she remembers one of her students reaction to
her first yoga class. The woman, a stressed mother of three, finished
the class and told DePrang that she felt all tingly.
She, like a growing number of TCU students, is one of the many stressed,
frazzled or just plain burned out people who have discovered the
benefits yoga can have on a stressful life.