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TCU police encourage students to be cautious at night

The TCU Police Department is encouraging students to be cautious at night, on and off campus, due to the higher number of sexual assaults...

Investigation continues from assault allegations on Nov. 1

The investigation into an assault allegation from Nov. 1 is still underway as the woman who made the complaint is not cooperating, said Cpl....

25 Years of Screams

Darkness, clowns, chainsaws—come to horrifying life at world’s largest haunted house. Cutting Edge, two-time Guinness World record winner, continues to thrive after 25 years of...

TCU plans for Homecoming

Homecoming kicks off Wednesday, October 15, with all the usual lively events to enjoy and participate in. The Homecoming schedule begins with “Lunch on the...

Library undergoes renovations to better serve students

The shape of the redesigned Mary Couts Burnett Library is emerging as the project enters its final months. The rectangular-shaped building will feature more space,...

New hours for Rees-Jones Hall

Rees-Jones Hall will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays starting Wednesday, but will be locked on weekends, said Provost Nowell...

TCU alum shares newest collection of poems

Ronald E. Moore, a TCU graduate, world traveler, businessman, and poet, published a collection of poems this year through TCU Press, and honored TCU...

TCU Police Department gets new vehicles

TCU Police are driving three new Dodge Durangos around campus with an updated logo this semester. Police Sgt. Kelly Ham said that TCU police purchases...
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