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BLUU Auditorium | Saturday, April 13th, 6 PM | Tickets: $7, $10 for two

Monday 4. 15. 2013

BLUU Chambers


Join TCU NAACP in the discussion about social and racial differences and concerns in an effort to unite all students across campus.

7 PM

Fired UP‌ Ready to Go!

IF YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE, WOULD YOU? Tuesday, April 16 Wednesday, April 17 2013 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Founders’ Statue TCU A bone marrow donor drive will be held to help find a donor for the four Murry brothers and other patients with blood cancer/disorders. Sean, Patrick, Danny and Timmy all have a very rare blood disorder that has caused the family 22 years of monthly blood transfusions. These boys need to find matching donors for bone marrow transplants to give them a second chance at life. You just might be the one to save one or all of these boys. Registering is simple, painless and takes only a matter minutes. Just complete a form and swab your cheek. If you are between 18-55 and in good health, you are eligible to register. In addition to the Murrys, there are 10,000 other patients who need transplants, 3,000 will die without a suitable match. This is your chance to save a life...Please register!

Delete Blood Cancer DKMS I 33 East 33rd Street I Suite 501 I New York, NY 10016 p: 212.209.6700 I f: 212.209.6710 I




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Office!of!the!Chancellor !!! !

“The Challenge of Leadership” Admiral Vernon E. Clark, USN (Ret.) Former United States Chief of Naval Operations !


Thursday,!April!18th! 5:00A6:00!PM! TCU!BLUU!Auditorium! Refreshments!at!4:30!PM!

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TCU Community   Health  Expo  

TCU Recrea on   Center 3-5  PM



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Come join  us  for  the  TCU  Health  Expo  hosted  by  the   Campus  Life  Office  and  Campus  Recrea on!         Campus  organiza ons  and  local  vendors  will  be  providing   ac vi es,  demonstra ons,  and  giveaways  that  promote  health  in   various  ways.    

FREE fitness  class,  FREE  self-defense  demonstra ons,   FREE  food,  and...DOOR  PRIZES!

For more  informa on  contact   Hayley  Mansfield  at

Volunteers Needed to assist with field day games.

Holocaust Museum

Come to this event to learn about the Holocaust and such things as concentration camps, laws during WWII, and much more!

What was the Holocaust? The Holocaust is the term generally used to describe the genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War II led by Adolf Hitler in Germany. Other groups were persecuted and killed during the regime, including political and religious dissidents, and other Slavic people.

What is Hillel? Hillel’s goal is to provide educational, social, and religious programs for TCU students, and serve as a bridge between the University and the Jewish community in order to learn together, Please email with any questions


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Did you know TCU recycles daily? You can too!

Bring your recylables to one of the eleven tan dumpsters on campus any day of the week to help keep TCU green. Visit for more information about the TCU single stream recycling system and like our facebook page: Sustainability at TCU

Be a Peer Educator. Show that Frogs CARE!




Get involved on campus! Be a part of something that matters! Make a difference in the lives of other students and the TCU community.

Apply online at Contact Yvonne Giovanis at or 817-257-7100 for more information.

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