Robbie Vaglio

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Robbie is a journalism major at TCU from Raleigh, North Carolina. When he's not in class or studying, you can find him attending the many sporting events across campus, showing his passion for both sports and his university.

Alum inspires current dancers to pursue their passions

Domingo Estrada always dreamt of being a mechanical engineer -- until he started dancing.

First-year student wins Dr. Pepper tuition giveaway at Big 12 Championship

Jazlyn Rodriguez defeated her opponent by nine points.

Opponent of restructuring employee benefits removed from committee

Boschini has to make a recommendation to the board of trustees about restructuring faculty benefits by the next meeting in April.

Noticiero TCU 22 de Noviembre 2019

Nuevos detalles sobre el sistema de alerta en TCU; cambios para asegurar la seguridad de los estudiantes cruzando las calles; y una alumna esta en la carrera por conseguir una de las becas mas antiguas y prestigiosas en el mundo.

Rhodes Scholarship finalist put herself second in athletics, academics

TCU's newest Rhodes Scholarship finalist didn't think she was worthy of the scholarship, but her professors and coaches disagree.

Tuition to exceed $50,000 moving forward

Tuition for the 2020-21 academic year will $51,570, or 4.9% higher than this year's rate.

Big 12 fines TCU: Secure the field

The Big 12 fined TCU $25,000 for not properly protecting athletes, coaches and officials.

TCU looks to cut benefits for future employees

Even though the program will cut benefits, Chancellor Boschini said the package will still be competitive.

‘Out of control’ off-campus parties could prompt tickets, arrests

TCU students at a party that "crosses the line" will be ticketed or arrested, according to the Dean of Campus Life.

Paschal student killed in crash

An 11th grader at Paschal High School was killed Tuesday when he lost control of his car and hit a tree during a street race, Fort Worth police said.

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