Grille owner dies Saturday
By Erin LaMourie
a popular restaurant and hang out for students and faculty for more
than a decade, is closed indefinitely following the death of the
Restaurant owner Jon Meyerson, 52, died from a self-inflicted gunshot
wound at his home, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiners
Roddy Lowrie, junior criminal justice major, looks at flowers and
a wreath displayed in front of Jons Grille. The restaurant has been
closed since Saturday due to the death of the owner, Jon Meyerson.
No timetable has been set up for the re-opening of the restaurant.
David Dunai/SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER
Correy Jefferson, a sophomore art education major and Doug Sharkey,
a junior nutrition major check out Kerrie Conovers piece Im
a million different people from one day to the next at the
Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition in the exhibition hall in
Moudy North Monday. The show will be on
until November 30.
A variety of coat styles are available to keep
By Antoinette Vega
One day it feels
like a blizzard outside, and the next it feels like a desert.
Texas weather is known for going from one extreme to the next. The
temperature is often unpredictable and it is hard enough deciding
what to wear while getting dressed in the morning, let alone deciding
on the kind of winter jacket to buy. This is especially true for
students from states other than Texas.