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State Sen. Wendy Davis and Rep. Mark Shelton, both of whom are vying for the State Senate District 10 seat, will participate Thursday night in a debate on TCU’s campus.
Kelsey Samuels, Lexy Cruz
The Paschal Athletic Booster club begins the football season with a change in its parking system.
Trinity Shakespeare Festival set to perform 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' and 'The Merchant of Venice'
Bailey McGowan of TCU 360
The fourth season of the Trinity Shakespeare Festival returned to the stage on the campus of TCU Tuesday night. The festival will feature productions such as The Merchant of Venice and The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Lexy Cruz of TCU 360
Representatives from the university and Paschal High School dedicated a tree to symbolize their partnership in education. A live oak was planted between both campuses on the corner of West Bowie St. and McCart Ave. The theme of the new union is “Connecting Purple Neighbors.”The tree is symbolic of what’s to come and grow out of the newly confirmed partnership, Terri Mossige, principal of Paschal High School, said. TCU students can teach and learn from the high school students and vice-versa in hopes to connect with their neighbor.
Families of the Fort Worth community welcomed April at TCU ‘s 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday. The egg hunt was a joint effort of the TCU Alumni Association, the Fort Worth Young Alumni Board and the TCU Student Foundation. Volunteers stuffed and placed 17,000 eggs across Sadler lawn. The eggs were filled with candy, toys and golden tickets.