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Baltimore Riots stir racist comments in Yik Yak posts

The chat app Yik Yak urges users to get “a live feed of what everyone around you is saying.” But when the feed on TCU’s...

Catholic Community questions removal of ‘Father Charlie’

The priest who led TCU Catholic Community for 30 years isn’t being reassigned within the Fort Worth diocese because he was “on long-term loan”...

‘Father Charlie’ shares future plans with Catholic Community

TCU Catholic Community’s long time leader gave his personal remarks and talked about his future Wednesday afternoon in the Brown-Lupton University Union Auditorium. The Rev....

The end of an era: ‘Father Charlie’ to leave TCU

Texas Christian University is saying goodbye to an on-campus religious leader. Rev. Charlie Calabrese will leave TCU and its Catholic community at the end of June. “The...

CBS’s Holly Williams coming to TCU

Holly Williams is part of the elite, hand-picked team chosen by Bob Schieffer to speak at this year’s Schieffer Symposium. Williams has been with CBS...

CommUNITY Week’s Unity Fest brings students together

“Unity Fest” took place in the Campus Commons on Monday afternoon, making it nearly impossible for students to pass up food, prizes, crafts, music...

2015 ‘CommUNITY Week’ kicks off

TCU's Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services is set to launch its annual program celebrating diversity at TCU. “CommUNITY Week” is a weeklong festival of events highlighting...

Navigating social media: Helping students one tweet at a time

There are many instances where people are caught committing social media “no-no’s.” Graduate studies and the TCU Career Center taught students how to use social...

Moments in History to give students opportunity to travel back in...

The president of TCU’s Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services, Leslie Chanthaphasouk, said they are postponing the event. If the event does not happen next week, she said they will move the...

Chords for Kids surprises ‘sweeties’ to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Love songs, rather than lectures, were on order Thursday and Friday as Chords for Kids serenaded 74 people during its annual fundraiser. This year’s requests...
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