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New club aims to raise awareness about cancer among young adults

As students whizzed through final exams and prepared for winter break last December, Kezhal Shah-Hosseini received life-changing news. At 22 years old, the senior journalism...

Moudy South building now bears Schieffer’s name

In keeping with the recent Schieffer School name change, the Moudy South building now has a sign reading "Bob Schieffer College of Communication" on the...

Student honored with national journalism award

The Society of Professional Journalists has honored TCU’s Ryan Osborne with the 2012 national Mark of Excellence award for sports column writing. National Mark of...

BYX president resigns following same-sex marriage debate

The Beta Upsilon Chi president resigned Tuesday night after a late closed meeting with the organization’s national representatives. Ryan Tiglas’s resignation follows several days of...

Students injured after deck collapses in Ala. beach house

Students from TCU were injured in Gulf Shores, Ala., on Monday afternoon when the deck of a beach house collapsed, according to Gulf Shores...

Market Square brings international culinary experience

With the sound of music and the display of Brazilian flags, Market Square provided students and staff with an opportunity to experience Brazilian cuisine on Tuesday.

World leaders share experiences, aim to spark leadership in students

Students from local high schools and the university gained insight Wednesday on international issues, leadership experience and the importance of following dreams from two former political leaders.

For Lizeth Macias, a student from Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School, the experience of meeting two world leaders was not only an honor, but also a life-changing moment.

Schieffer Symposium panelists announced

The 2013 Schieffer Symposium on the News will include Charlie Rose, Clarissa Ward, Nancy Yousef and Fred Barnes.

Ruth Carter Stevenson, influential Fort Worth native, died Sunday

Ruth Carter Stevenson, a Fort Worth patron of the arts and philanthropist, died on Sunday after a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Stevenson, 89, extended the legacy of her father, the late Amon G. Carter, through her work at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art and the Amon G. Carter Foundation.

TCU alumna to attend White House Holiday Open House

TCU alumna Paige Zinsou will be among the guests attending one of the White House Holiday Open Houses put on by the President and...
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