Month: May 2018

The Study of Life by Winona Gbedey

  My cat died last Spring, a few hours before my Organic Chemistry final. It’s crazy for me to think about it—as I was racking my brain, searching for the answers to complicated scientific principles and mechanisms, my beloved pet of twelve years lay lifeless on the floor. Sometimes I try to imagine how it happened. During the dead of… Read more →

Comic Book Recommendations by Kym Jennings

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll While this is what many would consider a graphic novel, Through the Woods definitely deserves a spot on this list. This is a collection of five hauntingly beautiful illustrated stories that will leave your spine tingling. If you loved Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark as a kid, then Through the Woods is… Read more →

First Impressions by Lauren Truong

Hey there! You contacted me a few weeks ago, and I’m just getting back to you. Sorry for the delay! I’m so excited to meet you! I don’t know too much about you, except all the information you have online, so I’m glad we’re actually meeting in person. I don’t know what you’ve heard about me, but I wanted to… Read more →

Sweet Frog Froyo Review

Caitlin Mendoza and Suzanne Yost   We come to you with precious information about your local shop of bacteria-masquerading-as-ice-cream. Sweet Frog, the frozen yogurt shop on University, has had its merchandise critiqued by two experts in the field of dessert-eating: us, Caitlin and Suzanne. Perhaps being on the staff of TCU’s eleven40seven doesn’t necessarily qualify us for being taste testers;… Read more →