Electronic cigarettes are advertised as a way to help adult smokers — however, it's leading young adults to become addicted to nicotine.
TCU students open up about why they think voting is so important.
Students and faculty reflect on ways to improve TCU's emergency communication methods nearly a year after the system experienced malfunctions.
The 17th anniversary of 9/11 ⋆ Trump’s tweets ⋆ Climate Change ⋆ Hurricane Florence ⋆ Kavanaugh v. the vote ⋆
Here's the latest construction at TCU for September.
Twelve of TCU's employees spend an hour each Wednesday and Friday learning English.
A 2011 Liberal art graduate created a way to balance adulthood while paying homage to her Disney dreams.
From 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thursday, the Brite Student Association and TCU Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will be co-sponsoring their first-ever collaborative blood drive.
New bike lanes added on campus in hopes of improving pedestrian safety.
Sigma Kappa hopes to raise money and awareness for their philanthropy, the Alzheimer’s Association, through their fourth annual carnival.