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Notes and Such 4/19

*This week the NCAA determined that it was both unnecessary and unreasonable to monitor the amount and types of food athletes receive.  I applaud this move as it perhaps signals an end to asinine rules like these.  1,113 more words

College Football

Cheers to Capri

Cheers to Easter and getting a small break off of school. I am not going to Capri anytime soon, but springtime is still peeping through this bipolar Texas weather. 668 more words

Exciting News

Last semester I was blessed to have a poem selected for publication in the online edition of my schools literary journal, eleven40seven. It was such an incredible feeling to read that email, and then later go online and see it up. 345 more words

Writing

Tweet leaves TCU as latest to see QB transfer

Quarterbacks across the country are taking cabin fever to the extreme and fleeing their football homes in relatively large numbers this Wednesday afternoon.

The latest to be hit by attrition at the position is apparently TCU, with… 234 more words

Rumor Mill

When in Rome

This weekend I went on a trip with my TCU group to Rome. And I absolutely LOVED it. For me, Rome is almost two different places. 2,233 more words

Finally a Little Action

I’ve already published one brilliant, witty post (Site Under Construction), so can’t really call this the first. Nonetheless, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting me and pledge to have much more interesting things to say in the future. 155 more words

History

Taize Retreat Reflection

By Andrew Heller, junior, Community Garden Leader

Last weekend, April 4th and 5th, marked a moment of meditation for members of the TCU Wesley foundation. We sent a group of about ten students, myself included, to White’s Chapel UMC to experience the Taizé Pilgrimage of Trust. 134 more words