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Study problems caused by Schieffer exhibit construction

The construction for a new Bob Schieffer exhibit in Moudy Building South is causing problems for many students looking to study. The study room that...

Schieffer College looking forward to department integration

The Bob Schieffer College of Communication will adopt a new curriculum and approach to integration between its four departments. Chuck LaMendola, film-television-digital media professor and head...

New head coach hopes to improve TCU ice hockey team

In its inaugural season, the TCU ice hockey team finished with a 3-15 record. To improve on that, a few offseason changes were made...

Cavins-Tull shares her favorite family recipe

The taste of a delicious dish will always bring back great memories, but a recipe that can transform a meal into a family tradition...

Department of Spanish and Hispanic Studies celebrates student success

The department of Spanish and Hispanic Studies at TCU celebrated its third annual Awards Day Monday afternoon in the Brown-Lupton Universtiy Union Ballroom. A group...

Professor discusses the life of Native American writing pioneer

She is arguably the earliest Native American woman author of published self-written texts, Dr. Theresa Gaul said of Catharine Brown in her presentation “The...

Finnish educator suggests solution for education reform

Solutions for education reform in the United States were the topic of Dr. Pasi Sahlberg’s presentation “Race to the Finnish Line! A Transformational Approach to Public Education” on Wednesday. 

Kinesiology department study focuses on student use of food labels

The use and knowledge of food labels is the focus of a new survey by the kinesiology department at the university. Nicole Toomey, lead investigator...

New group takes on social issues

Discussing controversial social issues may be tough for some students, but a new group on campus provides a safe environment to help facilitate these...

Neeley School of Business continues to celebrate 75th anniversary

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Neeley School of Business, which officially became the university’s business school in 1938. The school is named...
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