Riane Cleveland

My name is Riane Cleveland and I am a Sports Broadcasting major with a Journalism minor at Texas Christian University. I am from St. Louis so it is safe to say I am a huge Cardinals fan. During my free time away from reporting I enjoy watching sports, traveling and spending time with my friends.

A new late-night restaurant is coming to TCU

A sandwich topped with chicken fingers, french fries, onion rings, mozzarella sticks and honey mustard sounds like something one would get at the State Fair of Texas. Fat Shack, a new late-night bite is coming to TCU’s campus aimed to fulfill late night cravings without having to travel far. The restaurant is located just a block from TCU’s campus at 2858 West Berry St. in the shops located under GrandMarc. Fat Shack, founded by Tom Armenti in 2010, was created to provide his college an

What we're reading: Will Notre Dame be saved?

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from “The Washington Post” to “CNN.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and everyday news. Today, we’ve got more on the Notre Dame fire, a man with measles infecting other people and a college student that fell to her death. Offers of help pour in for Notre Dame fire Millions of euros have been pledged as an effort to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral after a fire destroyed the building’s roof causing its spire to col

What we’re reading: Not so fast

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from “CNN” to “NBC.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and everyday news. Today, we’ve got the first day of spring, Disney closing a deal for Fox entertainment assets and Monsanto found guilty for causing cancer. It’s March 20th, which means it is the first day of spring. The first day of spring, also known as the Spring Equinox, marks one of two times each year when day and night are almost the same length, accordin

TCU assistant dean remembered for bettering lives of others

Those who knew the assistant dean of campus life who was killed in a drunken driving crash earlier this month said she was known for her warm presence, compassion for others and joy. Jamie Dulle, 41, died March 11, from injuries sustained when her car was struck from behind by a vehicle whose owner was later charged with intoxication assault. Her colleagues in the office of Campus Life said she was a friend and confidant. “Jamie brought light and joy into a room,” said Crystal Page, wh

Up, up, and literally away; helium shortage impacts many

It is used in brain cell research, by the military and in magnetic resonance imaging machines, but when most people think of helium, they think of balloons. But these days, the price of helium is soaring faster than the balloons it fills. A worldwide shortage has reduced stores of the noble gas. Helium is running out because in 1996, the Helium Privatization Act required that the Department of the Interior sell its helium to help make up the cost of building the reserve. In turn, the United St
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