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“Spread a Little Aloha” offers firsthand experience into Hawaiian culture

TCU CommUNITY Week celebrates the diversity of students at TCU, and Tuesday night showcased the growing population of Hawaiian students. “Spread a Little Aloha,” hosted...

Word of Truth looks to raise campus profile

Word of Truth Ministries has been on campus for over 25 years, but the members of this gospel choir said they feel like they are...

Neeley School ranked No. 28 business school in the nation

TCU's Neeley School of Business has been ranked the No. 28 best business school among 145 universities in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 Undergraduate rankings. With more 1,000 business schools...

Coach Jim Schlossnagle Baseball Camp returns for 10th year

This year marks the 10th year of the Jim Schlossnagle Baseball Camp at TCU designed to help improve the skills and performance of young...

TCU Men’s Golf to open season with trip to Japan

The TCU men’s golf team will begin its season by traveling to Tanagura, Japan in September to compete in the Topy Cup Golf Championship,...

TCU tennis coaches host summer camp

TCU is home to a tennis camp Monday through Thursday for campers ages 5-17 put on by the coaches of the men's tennis team. Head...

Honors Cultural Routes trip “broadens horizons”

The Cultural Routes Trip gives 14 students in the John V. Roach Honors College the opportunity to travel throughout Europe for four weeks in May and June. Honors college students...

Construction of Rees-Jones Hall on schedule

The construction of Rees-Jones Hall is on schedule to be completed in August 2014, James Lutz, director of Library Administrative Services said. The building is being...

Trinity River opens to music fans and tubers at Rockin’ the...

“Rockin’ the River” is a summer tubing and music series designed to entertain the Fort Worth community every Thursday at the Panther Island Pavilion on the Trinity River. The...

Traffic on University Drive declines as high school graduation ceremonies end

Heavy traffic has declined on South University Drive after the last of the high school graduation ceremonies hosted in the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum have come...
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