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Meditation group to meet in Jarvis Hall every Tuesday

A new meditation class is set take place every Tuesday this semester in Jarvis Hall. Amanda Nickerson, director of transfer admissions, led the first meeting of...

Discovering Global Citizenship and KinoMonda present “El Puente”

Visiting scholar and Houston-based director Alex Douglas was on campus Wednesday night for a public viewing of his film “El Puente." TCU students, faculty and...

Philosophy department offers a new version of popular course

The TCU Department of Philosophy welcomed new faculty member Dr. Kelly McCormick to the department this semester. With the addition of McCormick as an assistant...

ESPN, Schieffer School partner for symposium on role of women in...

The TCU Schieffer School of Journalism partners up with ESPN today for a symposium titled "The Emerging Role of Women in Sports Journalism" at...

Philosophy department’s Green Honors Chair speaks about Darwin and Christianity

More than 140 people filled the seats of room 141 in Moudy Building North on Wednesday night for the philosophy department's Cecil H. and Ida Green Honors Chair Professor Elliott Sober's lecture on "Darwin and Intelligent Design." 

Students start blog to raise awareness about campus eating disorders

Last October, TCU students Martha Moseley and Natalie Parys came up with the idea of starting a blog for young men and women struggling...

Schieffer School kicks off “Disruption Project”

The Schieffer School of Journalism is kicking off its year-long revamp titled "The Disruption Project" with lectures this week by founder and director of...

Student veterans discuss life after G.I. Bill change

Landon Woods knows what it means to face a life-or-death situation head on. A sniper shot him in 2005 while he was stationed in...

Sophomores win regional vocal awards

Two theatre students took home the first and second place prizes in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Musical Theater competition in...

SGA allocates $6,000 for undergraduate research

TCU Student Government Association decided to allocate $6,000 of its funds to support undergraduate research in the TCU College of Science and Engineering. After an appeal...
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