The memorial plaque ceremony will be held Wednesday, Apr. 4 on the 50th Anniversary of King’s assassination.
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Nelson Mandela’s former prison guard shares stories of his dear friendship.
TCU students will watch Marvel’s Black Panther and partake in a discussion about the film’s themes.
Martin Luther King Jr. visited Fort Worth thanks to first African-American female graduate of Brite Divinity School
Vada Felder broke barriers and helped lead the fight for Civil Rights in Fort Worth.
Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies looks to continue to expand both in the classroom and across campus.
Students have the options of three different times to DFW and two to Love Field.
The creator of the TCU Rhino Initiative focuses on protecting black and white rhinos from the poachers driving the species to extinction.
TCU Lead On campaign highlights the College of Fine Arts.
Meet the junior finance real estate major and truck enthusiast behind Black Smoke Mafia.
TCU Health Center offers free flu vaccines to students, faculty and staff.