What’s True and What’s False in This Week’s Back-To-School Headlines?

Our weekly installment of Two Texas Truths and a Lie.

By Becky FogelAugust 26, 2016 10:30 am,

In Two Texas Truths and a Lie, three stories are given to two competing contestants to see who can figure out the fake one.

Today we have Jim Johnson and Patrick Ferrell with the Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library in Houston. They made headlines themselves this week when their library helped 3D print a prosthetic arm for a five-year-old girl.

Here are this week’s stories:

1. An Austin college student is facing thoughts of what might have been. The 21-year-old matched with University of Texas at Austin swimmer and gold medal Olympian Joseph Schooling on a dating app. Not realizing who he was, she never replied to that second message. #Regret.

2. A school in Lost Pines, Texas wants to make sure kids have more time to play – a lot more time. The local elementary school is instituting two hours of recess per day and so far parents are on board.

3. This week, Texas Christian University shut down the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity after students were “raging like no tomorrow.” Some of the other offenses that spelled the frat’s doom were hazing, drug dealing, and gun possession.

Which one is the lie? Listen in the player above to find out!