TCU Police are coordinating with Fort Worth Police on a search for a man who they said attacked a jogger Saturday while biking naked in the Trinity Trails area. “We are coordinating very closely with the FWPD, especially the detectives handing the case,” TCU Assistant Police Chief Robert Rangel said. […]
Author: Shane Battis
TCU remembers 9/11 with flags placed by frog fountain.
The Student Development Services organized a volunteer drive for the local Goodwill.
TCU Science department allowed many to see the eclipse in the Campus Commons.
Music education majors are going to the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) convention to network with people in the industry and learn more about music.
Students listened to advice from two longtime businesspersons on how to relate to people at work at the Fireside Forum.
Some TCU students have expressed discontent with President Trump’s executive order that has temporarily suspended travel from seven mostly-Muslim countries.
About 2,000 people are expected to join the Women’s March through downtown Fort Worth on Saturday.
TCU’s Monnig Meteorite Gallery has purchased the largest Chondrite meteorite ever found in Texas, and gallery faculty members are preparing to display it in their collection.
An emergency alert text was mistakenly sent to students at TCU and other universities.