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More than 200 attend TCU United protest

A group of more than 200 people of all colors, ages, shapes and sizes gathered on the Sadler Lawn Thursday evening. All were dressed...

Group of students plan to hold peaceful protest Thursday

A large group of TCU students are disconsolate after racially insensitive comments were posted to Yik Yak, a mobile app that allows users to anonymously...

Boschini updates students on TCU 2020 at town hall meeting

Chancellor Victor Boschini started Friday’s Town Hall meeting with a PowerPoint presentation called "TCU 2020: An Update Where We Are, Where We Are Going", which...

TCU’s graduation gift might keep on giving

This year, 2,391 of 3,217 TCU students of any classification that were determined to have financial need were awarded “need-based self-help aid,” or loans,...

Retention rates and retirement benefits are discussion topics at Staff Assembly

TCU’s retention rate is now 90 percent. TCU staff gathered in the Brown-Lupton University Auditorium around 3:30 p.m. where Mike Scott, the director of Scholarships and Financial...

Creative Writing Awards see an increase in submissions

Outstanding writers from the TCU community were honored at the Creative Writing Awards Tuesday night in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni Center. This year there...

AddRan College hosts ‘Back to Class’ event

The third floor of the Brown-Lupton University Union was networking grounds for people of all ages on Thursday, all in attendance for different reasons. Kim...

AddRan College takes donors back to class

The Brown-Lupton University Union will be divided into five classrooms Thursday, but the students won’t have backpacks. Dr. Andrew Schoolmaster, dean of the AddRan College...

Night of the Debonair canceled

Due to inclement weather and TCU closing until 5 p.m. Saturday, Night of the Debonair, Delta Sigma Theta's Mr. Crimson and Creme Scholarship Pageant, is...

Sociology professor to receive women and gender studies award

Dr. Jeannine Gailey, a professor in TCU’s sociology department, has spent her last several years studying the injustices women of size experience. She has created...
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