Since 2012, the number of drug violations per year at TCU has nearly doubled.
TCU held a conversation last week, promoting an open exchange of ideas between Christian and Islamic leaders.
A new creative writing contest this year is targeting students who aren't English or writing majors.
Nine TCU students gave oral history presentations Wednesday night on civil rights issues ranging from union labor to mass incarceration to LGBT rights in the Fort Worth community.
Students also share some of their favorite, lesser-known places on campus to study.
The TCU December class of 2015 will be the first to walk in the new Ed and Rae Schollmaier arena following a $72 million renovation.
TCU Volleyball coach Jill Kramer doesn't want to just make the NCAA tournament. She wants to win it.
In the past six years, substance abuse violations have more than doubled at TCU, but there are many possible causes for the increase.
Part of the UCC lot was closed off Monday due to a suspected natural gas leak.
The Texas Secretary of State met with students Wednesday to talk about his experience in politics as well as the importance of voting.
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