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Reductions to retirement benefits spark faculty concern

The university announced earlier this month that it was reducing its contributions to employee retirement benefits.

TCU files motions to dismiss lawsuits against the university

TCU has filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit alleging a pattern of hostility and discrimination at the university.

Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU

Two additional students have filed federal lawsuits against TCU, claiming discrimination and harassment.

Reductions to retirement benefits spark faculty concern

The university announced earlier this month that it was reducing its contributions to employee retirement benefits.

TCU recognizes the class of 2020

Here is a recap of what the university has done, as well as a look back at some of the major events that happened over the past four years.

TCU files motions to dismiss lawsuits against the university

TCU has filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit alleging a pattern of hostility and discrimination at the university.

TCU News Now 4/24/20

This week on TCU News Now: the first round of the NFL Draft picks up two of the school's most elite players; the new FDA warning about a malaria drug used to fight COVID-19; and when students will finally be able to move out of their dorms.

Frog Logs: Mental health and missing campus

This is Frog Logs, our new blog written for and by members of the TCU community. Here are our thoughts, our experiences and our perspectives.

DFW students protest for climate action

Protesters in Fort Worth gathered Saturday to make their opinions on climate change heard and to promote legislative action.

The Leap 3/3/20

TCU’s unscripted, pop culture talk show with lifestyle updates, celebrity gossip and today’s hot topics.

What we’re reading: Coronavirus in U.S., Super Tuesday

Coronavirus spreads to the United States, Bloomberg drops out of race, missing residents in Tennessee counties from tornadoes, and U.S. airstrikes on the Taliban.

Tarrant County updates emergency plans but does not enact ‘shelter-in-place’ order

The commissioners court adopted fines and jail sentences for residents not complying with emergency management plans in an emergency meeting Sunday.

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DFW students protest for climate action

Protesters in Fort Worth gathered Saturday to make their opinions on climate change heard and to promote legislative action.

Tracking COVID-19 Cases in Texas

TCU360 will be updating our interactive map each day with data from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

ACT, SAT scores now optional for students applying to TCU in...

Applying to TCU in 2021? You no longer need to submit ACT/SAT scores with your application.

How doctors are protecting themselves from COVID-19

Doctors are taking steps to protect themselves, their patients and their families.

The Skiff: Oct. 10, 2019

Volume 118, Issue 6: Fort Worth PD cracks down on house parties Also:...

The Skiff: Oct. 3, 2019

Volume 118, Issue 6: two new Froggie Five-0 carts Also: ULA talks to high...

Image Magazine: Spring 2019

In this issue: Cherub: Champagne Showers; A look into the unsuspecting role of typography in the future of fashion; Is neon the new black? And more…
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