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TCU hangout closes its doors, college ministry considers buying property

A local bar has decided to close its doors 20 years later. One college ministry is looking at the future of the property.

Student organization hosts haunted house for Halloween

Students and other participants get into the Halloween spirit thanks to theCrew.
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Mark Johnson: the Board of Trustees’ chairman and his vision for...

The new chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mark Johnson, shares his vision for TCU.
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Students react to statewide texting and driving ban

The ban does not prohibit the use of GPS or music app use while driving.

St. Stephen Presbyterian reopens Christian Education Building after vandalism

After seven months of fundraising and hard work, the church was able to restore a vandalized building.

Fort Worth responds to nationwide anti-Semitic incidents

The Fort Worth Police Department and the local Jewish community responds to the recent and nationwide anti-Semitic incidents.

Fort Worth Fire plays Arlington Fire in benefit hockey game

The Fort Worth Fire Department faced the Arlington Fire Department in an ice hockey game to support the Arlington community.

900 residents in Butler Place set to be relocated across Fort...

More than 412 families in the 77-year-old neighborhood will leave their homes by 2019.

TCU’s plan for the future

The Physical Plant has revealed its master plan and will include projects to help academic and student growth.

Sigma Kappa becomes top fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Association

Sigma Kappa came in first in this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's.

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