first_imgFacebook Linkedin Previous articleDee J. Kelly rememberedNext articleNational Night Out encourages community cooperation to curb crime Shelby Arnold RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Students travel to Arlington for Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook Library expansion causes change in security measures ReddIt Shelby Arnold Disruptive behavior at bus loadings causes increase in alcohol violations Shelby is a junior at TCU majoring in journalism with a business minor. She covers crime and public safety for TCU 360. The Bottom brings back karaoke Thursdays and improves security Twittercenter_img + posts TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer Shelby Arnold Shelby Arnold Twitter Linkedin printNursing students from the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences will help promote “Riff Ram Bah Zoo Beat the Flu TCU” at the annual flu clinic this Wednesday.Free vaccinations will be available to TCU students, retirees, faculty and staff from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Recreation Center basketball courts.“The flu clinic is a great opportunity for TCU student nurses to get involved on campus,” junior nursing major Taylor Baugh said. “It is also good practice for the nurses.”The flu clinic is a public health collaboration between the TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, TCU Human Resources, TCU Recreation Center and TCU Health Center.Junior nursing major Eileen Dinnie said the clinic is beneficial for both students looking to get vaccinated and nursing students.“The flu clinic is a great opportunity for TCU that allows the nursing majors to help the rest of the student body,” Dinnie said. “It is also conveniently right on campus, so it saves you a trip to the doctor’s office.”The clinic is designed as a hands-on, service-learning experience that enables nursing students to develop expertise in public health leadership, management and skills.“The clinic is an overall great experience for the entire TCU student body,” Baugh said. Shelby Arnold ReddIt Shelby Arnold The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years last_img read more

first_imgReese Price Philanthropy Week brings awareness to importance of donors Reese Price Reese Price Hey y’all my name is Reese Price and I’m a journalism major and psychology minor from Plano, Texas. In the next 10 years I hope to be working somewhere where I am happy and able to facetime my mom 24/7. Reese Price Beach Volleyball fights through first tournament of 2019 season printBlack Friday and Cyber Monday are prime shopping days for Americans across the country; While many TCU students chose to take advantage of the many sales, others didn’t find it helpful at all.Cyber Monday is a term created by retailers to encourage people to online shop on the Monday following the Thanksgiving holiday. It has become the online equivalent to Black Friday and offers a way for smaller retail websites to compete with larger stores and chains.The National Retail Federation reported that more than 174 million Americans shopped from Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday, which ended up surpassing the association’s pre-holiday prediction of 164 million shoppers overall.Sophomore Jeanne Marie King participated in Cyber Monday even though she thought it was blown out of proportion. “I don’t think that Cyber Monday should be as big as it is — I think that it’s a bit overhyped,” said King. “Despite the fact that I don’t like Cyber Monday, I still participate because of the good deals.”First-year Addison Drummond said he visited different websites to find good deals but simply couldn’t find what he was looking for. “I looked on Amazon for a few things but I noticed that nothing of my interest was really on sale,” said Drummond. “Because of that, I think that Cyber Monday is a bit overrated.”First-year student Morgan Gray enjoys Cyber Monday because there are good deals for everybody. “This was my first time ever shopping online for Cyber Monday and some of the sales are actually really good, but the constant emails are way too overwhelming and not that influencing,” said Gray.The Washington Post reported the 174 million Americans who shopped between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday spent an average of $335 per person during that five-day period. TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Beach Volleyball secure three conference game wins Linkedin Reese Price Beach volleyball has NCAA tournament aspirations heading into seasoncenter_img ReddIt Twitter Twitter Linkedin ReddIt + posts World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleWhat we’re reading: What’s prison like, George?Next articleHoroscope: November 27, 2018 Reese Price RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Facebook Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more