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Event honors flash mob participants

Frogs for the Cure will celebrate the collective contributions of the TCU community during the university’s seven-year partnership with Susan G. Komen for the...

Event honors flash mob participants

Frogs for the Cure will celebrate the collective contributions of the TCU community during the university’s seven-year partnership with Susan G. Komen for the...

Veteran brothers adjust to college life

Brothers Karl Wood, 23, and Chad Wood, 28, came to TCU in 2010 as veterans seeking the education they longed for during their years...

British pub aims to offer community spot

The Londoner, an upscale English restaurant and pub, hopes to build a strong sense of TCU community at The VUE Apartments, Robyn Hoover, community...

theCrew to hold two events this week

TCU’s theCrew is known for putting on innovative events that bring the TCU community closer together. Some of the upcoming activities they have planned...

Assistant geology professor collects meteorites in Antarctica

For the TCU community, February's five days of snow meant cancellation of school and inability to drive on slightly iced over roads, but for Rhiannon Mayne, a little bit of snow was nothing after spending eight weeks in Antarctica.

Mayne, assistant professor of geology, returned from collecting meteorites in Antarctica's negative 30 degree weather one day before Fort Worth's ice storm hit, she said.

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