TCU Lead On campaign highlights the College of Fine Arts.
Author: Brandon Kitchin
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.
Students and faculty ate dinner together at a large table spanning the Campus Commons.
The TCU Society of Women Engineers spent time working in the Fort Worth community to help build a new house and to show that women are important to STEM fields.
TCU celebrates the 40th anniversary of the School of Music’s Jazz Festival.
Kappa Lambda Delta Sorority is open to all women.
One new organization promoting natural hair on campus is creating community and inspiring women to love their hair.
Elise Shropshire won this year’s TCU’s Got Talent contest with a rendition of Adele’s “I Found A Boy,” on Friday. Shropshire said she picked an Adele song because her voice range was similar to hers and the song was comfortable to sing for her. She performs for TCUnderground, an […]
With each TCU athletics win, interest in the university rises from students around the world – both from students looking to attend a great school with good sports programs and from students who want to play themselves. This is not a phenomenon unique to TCU, however. A crowd of about 200 students and […]