Baseball shuts out Texas for second straight night, secures series win
One day after blanking the Big 12's top team, TCU baseball found a way to do it again, shutting out Texas 2-0 Friday night to secure the series win.
Equestrian falls short of NCEA title
A near-upset against No. 1-seeded South Carolina on Friday ended TCU equestrian's hopes for an NCEA title, as the Horned Frogs closed the season with a 7-9 overall record.
Ex-Aggie Matt Joeckel announces he's transferring to TCU
One day after sophomore quarterback Tyler Matthews announced he’s leaving TCU, ex-Texas A&M quarterback
Frogs shutout No. 4 Horns, open series with 3-0 win
Stellar pitching by Brandon Finnegan led TCU baseball to a series-opening shutout over the No.
Students chosen to create plan to conserve South African rhinos
There is no proven medicinal value for rhinoceros horns, but in 2013, more than 1,000 rhinos were killed for their horns in South Africa.
Senseless Acts of Comedy premieres 'SAC: The Movie'
It was a night filled with corrupt kidnaps, aeronautical apps and scandalous slaps in the Brown-Lupton University Union Auditorium filled to capacity Thursday night for the premiere of "SAC: The Movie."
KTCU, theCrew host Easter egg hunts
KTCU and theCrew surprised the TCU community with Easter egg hunts Thursday. Students and faculty formed two Easter egg hunts, one intended to serve as a promotion and the other to show an act of kindness.
Musical "Spring Awakening" set to stir conversation
The Tony Award-winning musical "Spring Awakening" opens on campus April 22 with the goal of enlightening and informing.
TCU AD Chris Del Conte offers support for NCAA's latest ruling
Earlier this week, the NCAA ruled in favor of a proposition that will allow Division 1 student-athletes to “receive unlimited meals and snacks in conjunction with their athletics participation,” according to a