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A guide to designing your graduation cap

A guide to coming up with a theme and designing your graduation cap.

The Leap: Why 13 students spent spring break in the concrete...

An inside look into the trip that determines the careers of TCU's senior BFA performance majors.

The Leap: Staying on campus during Easter? We’ve got you covered

A list of things to do over the Easter holiday.

Record number of participants in this year’s Dance Marathon

This is the fourth year the fundraiser has been held on campus.

A look into the Rho Gamma application process

The importance Rho Gammas have to the TCU Panhellenic recruitment process.

DACA students remain in limbo

Students and professionals weigh in on DACA and what it means for Dreamers on campus.

Students discuss unhealthy relationships in Escalation Workshop

In the midst of domestic violence awareness month, students opened a discussion to alert students of the signs of relationship abuse.

Symposium challenges Native American stereotypes

TCU explores Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day at the second annual symposium.

TCU alumni’s açaí bowl business takes off

Two TCU alumni have big plans for their business, "Rollin' n Bowlin'."

New littering law could affect off-campus tailgaters

A new law says that if you dump trash, you may find yourself picking up trash.
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