Category: satire

Popular College Attire and What It Means

Jasmine Dalrymple Class: Senior Major: English Minor: Creative Writing Hometown: San Diego, CA   When you walk around a college campus, you often grasp the beauty of the flowers, architecture of the buildings, and the fashion of students. No matter where you go or what corner you turn, you will often see unique, fashionable styles of college students. Often, you… Read more →

University Not Fooling Anybody with Attempt to Get More Money out of Students

Elizabeth Afeman Class: Senior Major: Writing Minor: Spanish Hometown: McKinney, TX   Ah, student parking on college campuses. Now that’s something that has never stirred up any kind of controversy or anger from anyone, ever. I mean, who wouldn’t want to pay even more to park at a University they already pay tens of thousands of dollars to attend? First… Read more →

Sportsball by JP Calixto

Ladies and gents, boys and girls, people of all nations, relations, and creeds! It’s that time of year again! Welcome to this wonderful report on something special that we all know and love: SPORTSBALL!!! I’m your host, Kent Caide, and today we’ll be giving you a rundown on what’s been happening in our favorite old sport. To start us off,… Read more →

A Short Guide to Becoming an Instagram Superstar at TCU By Isabella Nucci

First, before anything else, set aside $150. Why, you may ask? So that if all of the following advice fails you then you can purchase 1k followers on a janky app. Before you continue your rise to stardom, you’ll need to consider which persona you want to assume. If you want to give off the hipster, bible, chill-and-effortless-quirky-but-in-a-cool-way vibe then… Read more →