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Paige Megyesi

Paige Megyesi is a theatre and journalism double major at Texas Christian University, class of 2019. She is from a small town in eastern Texas, but Fort Worth feels like home. With the little free time she has, she loves to spend her time relaxing in Sherley Hall with her residents and fellow staff members.

TCU student lobbies Texas congressional delegation for foreign aid

Poverty can be overwhelming to think about, but one TCU student is determined to be an advocate for those who don't have a voice. Jamie...

$400 million to help improve Fort Worth over the next 5...

Fort Worth's new five-year plan includes a nearly $400 million bond project to help expand and update the city's infrastructure and roads.

Primary election results signal changes for the Democratic Party

Democrats gained momentum Tuesday with increased voter turnout from the last primaries four years ago, while Republicans saw little change in turnout.

Primary election shows surge in voters for Democratic candidates

Primary election results will set the stage for the general election on November 6.

Bipartisan house group proposes latest plan for DACA reform as deadline...

A House group thinks they have the DACA solution, but can it get passed in before the March 5 deadline?

Tips and tricks to master TCU

Some tips and tricks to help students thrive at TCU

Sorority raises money for Ronald McDonald House

Alpha Delta Pi raises more than $14,000 in new philanthropy event.

Money Week teaches impact of philanthropy

Money Week hosted an event teaching students how to find good charities to donate to.

Pi Kappa Phi reaches $1 million goal

TCU's Pi Kappa Phi hits $1 million benchmark in donations to the Ability Experience.

Political activist Shaun King speaks at TCUnity event

Shaun King, a political activist, spoke at TCU on Tuesday.
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