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You, Me & CRT: TCU students’ understanding, acceptance of Critical Race...

Critical Race Theory (CRT) has swept the nation with conversation and controversy. This story is one in a series about how Generation Z functions, interacts and incites change in today's world.

Special Olympics TCU named to 2021 ESPN Honor Roll, invited to...

The sports organization has been invited to compete in the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games.

TCU Student Body President leads with service and a smile

TCU Student Body President Lau'rent Honeycutt talks about his experience in the position so far, and what he hopes to do moving forward.

Rideshare services offered for TCU students without a car

TCU offers three rideshare/carsharing services to TCU students outside of popular Uber and Lyft options.

Showstopper: Regional theaters hit hard by COVID-19

Theaters in the greater DFW area are having to adjust due to COVID-19

What we’re reading: COVID-19 hospitalizations hit new high, Republicans gain ground...

Hospitals continue to see record COVID-19 patients, while Biden calls President Trump's failure to concede the election an "embarrassment"

What we’re reading: Justice Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in...

Two U.S. governors are calling the nation's response the worst in the world, and a Fort Worth woman files a complaint against Whataburger.
TCU Post Office

Post office deals with increase in packages

The TCU Post Office is one of a few campus departments that didn't cease operations during COVID-19.

TCU recognizes faculty excellence at virtual Fall Convocation amid COVID-19

A pandemic couldn't stop TCU from recognizing faculty excellence and welcoming a new semester at Tuesday's convocation.

Vice chancellor for student affairs adapts to COVID-19

Kathy Cavins-Tull, TCU's vice chancellor for student affairs, has transitioned to a new routine amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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