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Tuesday, April 13, 2021


Students needed for new national commercial

TCU students will have the opportunity to appear in a national TV commercial that will be filmed Wednesday, according to a Facebook event page...

School of Art adds alumna Sally Packard as department director

The School of Art will welcome alumna Sally Packard back to TCU as the new department director this fall, according to a news release...

Moudy displays seniors’ masterpieces

This week, the Moudy Gallery of the TCU Art Galleries will showcase up to 40 pieces of original artwork created by 10 graduating seniors...

Alice Walker agrees to speak on campus

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker does not normally speak at universities, but will take a break from her sabbatical to speak at TCU's "Compassion...

Humanities Symposium to feature Billy Collins

More than 600 people had requested tickets to attend a poetry reading featuring former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins, Curt Rode, TCU English instructor...

Schieffer Symposium panelists announced

The seventh annual Schieffer Symposium will be distinct from years past because of the unique backgrounds and perspectives of the chosen panelists, John Lumpkin,...

TCU education students go abroad with European Teacher Education Network

TCU special education graduate student Kat Deichler signed a two-year contract last month to teach first grade special needs students at an international school in Qatar.

However, she said if someone had told her a year ago that in September 2011 she would begin teaching full-time in another country, she would not have believed them.

"I was a Texas girl," Deichler said. "I was not going anywhere. I was going to stay here and teach forever."

Lady Frogs challenge Utah at home Tuesday

After losing to the Mountain West Conference's No. 1-ranked team Saturday, the TCU women's basketball team will be back on their home court Tuesday...

“30 Mosques, 30 Days” speakers visit TCU

After attending 30 different mosques across the country during Ramadan, Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq will share their experiences at TCU today during their "30 Mosques, 30 Days" speaking series.

Jake Hofmeister, an associate chaplain at TCU, said the two put together an entertaining and insightful storytelling series about their 30-day journey that spanned 30 states.

The presentation will include anecdotes, photos and videos from the trip not documented on the website.

Academic Success Workshops offer entertainment, door prizes, energetic speaker

The six Academic Success Workshops scheduled for this semester will not be your typical study workshops, Billy Dabney, an academic coach, adviser and workshop...
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