underway for womens softball team
Board of Trustees vote to add another sport, grant
tenure to 14
By Kelly Morris
Board of Trustees approved the addition of womens softball,
granted tenure and promotions for faculty members and approved additions
to the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center at its third meeting of
the year Friday, said William Adams, acting chairman of the TCU
Board of Trustees Student Relations Committee.
gives forum for athletes
Coping athletes can turn to group
By Marci King
practicing for three hours, lifting weights for two hours, traveling
for days at a time and an endless barrage of meetings and community
service responsibilities. Those are a few of the rigors athletes
say they face on a daily basis.
Freshman political science major Kayla Hunt buys supplies
at the TCU Bookstore. Hunt is just one of many students who
puts her purchases on send home.
holds in effect
460 student accounts disabled for late payments
By Kami Lewis
Send home isnt an option for 460 students whose bookstore
accounts were disabled because they failed to make payment on their
accounts at the beginning of the month, said TCU Controller Cheryl
Mildred centers on mother-daughter
By Marci King
longtime fan of Broadway musicals, Richard Allen, jumped at the
chance when the opportunity to direct a musical presented itself.Allen,
an associate professor in radio-TV-film, chose to adapt the novel
and movie Mildred Pierce into a musical.
Professor fulfills aspiration with the musical
By Bethany McCormack
Copy Desk Chief
associate professor Richard Allen has been following his dreams
throughout his life. He followed them to Hollywood as a writer,
then to Texas as a teacher and someday he may follow them to Broadway.