In the midst of domestic violence awareness month, students opened a discussion to alert students of the signs of relationship abuse.
Author: Riley Knight
TCU explores Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day at the second annual symposium.
Two TCU alumni have big plans for their business, “Rollin’ n Bowlin’.”
A new law says that if you dump trash, you may find yourself picking up trash.
“It’s been pretty sad to see the areas I grew up in underwater, and I’m nervous for my family the next few days as the rain is going to get worse again. Luckily our house hasn’t been flooded yet, but the surrounding areas have, so my parents are staying cautious.”
A newly implemented policy prevents the use of tobacco products on any University property.
SPOTLIGHT “13 Reasons Why” from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. A new Netflix series is sparking controversy, compassion and conversations about suicide. Based on Jay Asher’s popular 2007 novel, “13 Reasons Why,” the show follows the fictional story of a teenage girl named Hannah Baker who leaves behind 13 audio […]
Two entrepreneurial management majors are bringing some healthier options to campus.
Title Boxing gave boxers a chance to punch their ex on Valentine’s Day.
Housing and Residence Life is hosting TCU’s first Human Library event at the Mary Couts Burnett Library this Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students are invited to walk in and “check out” one of 25 human books for a 20-minute session. Human books are people who have volunteered […]