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Creative Writing Awards recognize student writers

This year’s Creative Writing Awards celebrated student writers and their achievements, with over 100 more student submissions than last year. A rigorous application and judging...

TCU mourns loss of former professor

Dr. Paul Boller was once called an obscure professor by the Chicago Tribune, but to many of his friends and colleagues, his legacy itself was anything...

Economics professor delivers Distinguished Faculty Lecture

Dr. Rob Garnett referenced everything from March Madness to Margaret Thatcher in his Thursday night lecture as a part of this year’s AddRan Distinguished...

TCU Live Oak hosts author Kelly Luce

Author Kelly Luce read excerpts from her first book of short stories at Tuesday night’s Live Oak Reading. Luce’s reading was a part of the...

History professor earns Fulbright Scholar Award

TCU’s history department is celebrating a world-class achievement by a member of its faculty. History professor Dr. Ken Stevens recieved a Fulbright Scholar Award and...

Leadership Center hosts institute dinner featuring prominent women leaders

Students and professors from all majors came together Wednesday night for this month’s Institute Dinner entitled “Women in History as Models of Leadership.” This month’s...

Philosophy department to hire new professor

The philosophy department used a multi-step, holistic approach involving lectures and student interaction to evaluate potential candidates for a new opening. The department last added...

President of Dallas Federal Reserve visits TCU

Richard Fisher, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, assured the audience that employment rates in Texas are on the rise. Fisher, wearing a...
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