Monday October 7th at 9:00pm Paint the Campus Purple Join with theCrew and student organizations and decorate the campus to get everyone in the Homecoming spirit! Tuesday October 8th at 9:00pm Outdoor Movie Night Catch a new movie out in the Commons on a 40 foot screen. Pick up your Homecoming exclusive “Don’t Mess with TCU” tumblers! Wednesday October 9th at 11:00am Super Frog’s Birthday Bash Celebrate Superfrog’s Birthday with free food, awesome giveaways and live music outside the Library! Thursday October 10th at 6:30pm BYX Island Party Check out a Charlie Worsham live in concert out at Frog Fountain starting at 6:30pm. Friday October 11th at 6:00pm Homecoming Parade Watch the annual Homecoming parade featuring student organizations, alumni and community groups as it winds around campus and Frog Alley! Frog Fest Students and alumni come together for a Homecoming concert and Frog Fest out in the Commons. Enjoy a pep rally to get you ready for the game against Kansas and other great activities. Saturday October 12th Homecoming Game vs. Kansas Crowning of Mr. and Ms. TCU at halftime For additional events, forms and merchandise log on to www.homecoming.tcu.edu
Chasing Confidence 5K & 1 Mile Walk PO Sponsored by TCU - A Benefitting Girl Scouts
Date: October 6 Time: 9 a.m. Where: TCU - Frog Alley
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Dear Class of 2017,
Hey y’all it’s your class representatives John Paul and Ernest! We want to thank you again for all the support each of you showed amidst the election process. We are both very excited for all that is ahead in our freshman year and we hope your first few weeks have been treating you well! October’s a busy month and we’ve designed this newsletter to keep you all informed and in the know. Some quick things to point out: Homecoming is from Oct. 1st to Oct. 12th. A Leadership Application workshop series designed just for you guys will take place from Oct. 1st to Oct. 9th. Lastly, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so don’t forget to wear lots of pink to show support for those affected by Breast Cancer! Be on the lookout for one of these each month and remember: Study hard, get involved, and have fun! Much love & Go Frogs! -John Paul W. Watson & Ernest Dominick
Texas Christian University
Questions, comments, or concerns?
Information Session and Interview Preparation Monday, October 7 5:30pm Wright Media Center, Campus Commons
With TCU Career Services, TCU alumni and current corps members
Poverty is not destiny. Make a difference.
first year ministry
mondays @ seven pm sand volleyball & devotional a ministry of TCU Wesley | tcuwesley.org | 817-924-5639 | fb.com/groups/tcuwesley
Thur 6 PM In The URC Basement
Like Us on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/HyperFrogs
Open to ALL TCU students, faculty and staff.
A brown bag lunch series on topics related to entrepreneurship and starting a business.
Noon â€“ 1:30 p.m. Smith Hall, Room 204 Monday Date
Start with Why
Keys to Building a Strong Brand
Financial Projections and Budgets
Funding your Launch
Questions? Stop by Smith Hall 309 or call us at 817.257.6544
TCU Young Americans for Freedom Presents:
Treasurer of the U.S. under President Reagan,
Bay Buchanan “Fully Loaded”
Wednesday, October 9 BLUU Ballroom 7PM Free, Open to All Event!
A Colloquy with the Editors of A Feminist Reader Thursday, October 10 7:00pm Palko 130
Dr. Linda Hughes, Addie Levy Professor of Literature, TCU Department of English
Dr. Sharron M. Harris, Professor and Director of the Humanities Institute, UCONN Department of English
Linda Hughes and Sharon M. Harris discuss the “deep roots of feminism” they uncovered as they prepared their 4-volume anthology A
Feminist Reader: Feminist Thought from Sappho to Satrapi (Cambridge UP). Not only does feminist thought have a centuries-long tradition, Hughes and Harris argue, it is also defined by its diversity and global reach.
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
11AM STUDENTS FREE WITH VALID TCU ID
Celebrate how smashing it is to drink responsibly:
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DOWN TO THIS SAND VOLLEYBALL
CHAMPIONSHIP WHEN? OCTOBER 16TH @ 6 PM
WHERE? SAND VOLLEYBALL COURT
FREE Shuttle to/from DFW Airport for Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, 11-26 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm in front of Union Wednesday, 11-27 7am, 9am, 11am, 1pm in front of Union Sunday, 12-1 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm DFW Gate C2 (lower-level) SGA is not responsible for missed flights or missed shuttles. Please allow extra time to get to/from the airport when using this service.
Put Your Personal Puzzle Together
Take responsibility for your own leadership journey
Become a Leader for Life First-Year Students receive a current student coach to help you navigate TCU and build your personal leadership development plan. Topics Include: Involvement Well-Being Leadership Style Goals & Values Your TCU Legacy To Apply www.sds.tcu.edu/lfl.asp
BROWN-LUPTON HEALTH CENTER NOW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Call 817-257-7940 to schedule an appointment
Pharmacy Lab Services Doctors on staff Full Service Clinic for more information visit www.healthcenter.tcu.edu
(817)257-7940 2825 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, Texas 76109
Hours of Operation Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.