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Resetting the table: A film about access to healthy food in...

Fort Worth can be a city of opposites. On one side, there are "hipster" coffee shops, upscale steakhouses and organic grocery stores. On the...

IMAGE: The $17,000 Drink

After a long week of having their noses buried in books, many students just want to go downtown to let out their stress and...

IMAGE: Smart Watch Woes

When taking an exam, students are usually asked to put away their smartphones and other electronic devices then asked to take out a pen...

Students enhance artistic process with technology

A TCU art class is teaching students how to use technology to bring their ideas to life. The new art class teaches students to use...

Social media could affect job search, college search

For students heading into the job market, social media can have a huge impact on whether or not they land the job of their...

Former students raise money to bid farewell to fast food employee...

A former TCU student is using an online fundraising site to collect money for a departing Whataburger employee. Sarah Geibel, who graduated in December 2013,...

TCU participates in National Philanthropy Day for first time

TCU is using purple bows - some big enough to sit on a Lexus - to recognize its donors on Thursday, National Philanthropy Day. “All of...

Recap: Vicente Fox Forum of World Leaders

Former President of Guatemala Vinicio Cerezo spoke today from 10:15 a.m.-11:30 a.m. in the BLUU as part of the final part of the Vicente...

LGBT History Month boosts inclusiveness at TCU

The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) and the Inclusiveness & Intercultural Services (IIS) office partnered to plan events that raise awareness about the lesbian, gay,...

Local businesses go TCU purple with purple-themed items

Several businesses surrounding the university show off their Horned Frog spirit by offering TCU-themed items on their menus. For individuals with a sweet tooth, Cold...
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