Posts Tagged ‘tcu’

Playing for First

TCU Football is storming the BCS bastions again.
CAROLINE COLLIER AND DAN MCGRAW photos by keith robinson
Gary Patterson looked deflated during the press conference following Texas Christian University’s final home game of 2010. “I guess I should just cheer up,” he said. “We’ll move on.”  


Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 27 In the pages of The New York Times, Maureen Dowd rather brilliantly compared Das Rheingold to The Social Network, both being stories about an antisocial nerd who’s mocked by women until he invents a device that makes...



Jerry World Goes Purple

Last Call
The thought of going to Jerry Jones’ overly expensive monument to himself was never within my realm of possibilities. Every time I drive through Arlington, I curse the monstrosity. I swore I would never go to a game at Cowboy...


Kickoff

Big Ticket
September is here, so that must mean it’s time for football again. Specifically, it’s time for football at Cowboys Stadium, and with games going on three days this week (see: Monday blurb), the groundskeepers are going to h...



Bob Schieffer Is Puking Somewhere

Jeff Prince
Texas Christian University’s The Daily Skiff offers this opinion piece from senior writing major Danny Peters, who might want to consider repeating some of his earlier journalism classes. Under the headline “Air qua...


TCU Cracks Top 100 Schools

Jeff Prince
There’s a new face — a very purple one — on the coveted U.S. News & World Report‘s Top 100 list of colleges. Texas Christian University squeaked in at No. 99. The report lauds TCU for its mentoring p...



Metamorphoses, Apocalypses

Big Ticket
The annual Mimir Chamber Music Festival is always good for a few pieces of music that you’ve never heard before, and this year’s program is no exception. Besides the usual component of Beethoven and Brahms, this year’s fe...


Bard to Tears?

Jimmy Fowler
Tonight (Thursday) is opening night for Trinity Shakespeare Festival’s 2010 production of Hamlet, and although I didn’t catch the preview, the show promises to be vibrant and highly accessible. This week’s ”Stage” pie...



Trinity Shakes’ Hamlet Onboard

With Andrew Milbourn in the lead, The Bard’s drama will crown the annual festival.
JIMMY FOWLER
Actor Andrew Milbourn first tackled the title role of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet three years ago in a TCU production. He was an undergraduate whose only previous experience with the Elizabethan playwright was an eighth-grad...


Eight Strings + 88

Big Ticket
TCU’s annual Mimir Chamber Music Festival won’t happen until the summer, but this week still offers two performances for lovers of the sound of string quartets, both with TCU ties. Tamás Ungár is best known around these p...