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The 109: School of Education’s writing camp benefits both Paschal and...

Paschal High School students, who attended writing camp at TCU this year, say they felt better prepared for end of the year state testing. Paschal is...

Students sell socks for a good cause

Two TCU students are warming feet while also raising money for a good cause. Sophomore accounting and finance major Lex Elliott and sophomore education major...

TCU police to become stricter with motor scooter parking rules

TCU police have not issued a single citation for motor scooters that have parked illegally on campus. That could soon change. TCU police Lieutenant Ramiro...

Internship program allows students to focus on experience, not cost

According to a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the unpaid internship remains quite common. Out of 38,000 responses...

Students work to bring Make-A-Wish organization to TCU

This story has been updated to reflect Chi Omega's involvement with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. During their sophomore year, Neeley Fellows undergraduates are required to use the...

Board of Trustees approves $511.9 million budget for 2013-2014 academic year

The Board of Trustees approved the $511.9 million budget last Friday making it possible for the University to continue towards it’s goal of maintaining and improving...

Student body officer candidates set to debate Wednesday

Student body officer candidates will be answering questions during a debate in the TCU News Now studio on Wednesday at 4 p.m. This will be...

Diversity commission report intends to help and monitor TCU’s goals for...

A survey administered by SGA showed that 50 percent of the students who responded said they cared about diversity in some way and thought...

TCU student gives back by selling socks

The TCU community is Mitscoots Socks’ newest area of focus when it comes to spreading awareness about those in need. Mitscoots Socks is a company that makes...

SGA updates voting system

An electronic voting system will replace the Student Government Association’s current system this coming week, Speaker of the House Luke Harville said. The new system...
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