TCU senior Miriam Tew swore her close friends and family to secrecy at the beginning of the school year.
The VSA displayed their culture in a well-attended event in the commons.
Students were challenged to 'brand themselves' and think about their public perception Tuesday evening.
The author of this year's common reading book received a standing ovation after speaking to TCU students, faculty, staff and administrators.
The event was sponsored by the Black Student Association to bring awareness to students about their rights when involved with police officers.
Wes Moore, author of this year's Common Reading, "The Other Wes Moore" will be giving a keynote speech in the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom tomorrow.
Students got the chance to relive their childhood when a petting zoo came to the campus commons.
Melissa Moreira, ULA's president, said that Hispanic Heritage month celebrates what it means to be Latino and gives students the opportunity to learn more about the culture.
Doughnuts and fanny packs might have attracted students to the Founders Statue, but those who stopped learned about TCU's Up 'Til Dawn program.
TCU students gain insight on workplace success from panel of executive women.