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ELF Scholarship provides full tuition for rising junior

Multiple awards were given out to promising students at Thursday’s Department of English Awards Ceremony, but none were more coveted than the full-tuition Sandra Brown...

Korean Festival plans to raise funds for North Korean refugees

The Korean Festival is being held on campus Tuesday to raise funds for North Korean refugees in China. Liberty in North Korea, or LiNK, is...

Criminal justice honor society donates underwear for victims of sexual assault

Criminal justice majors are asking students to donate men’s and women’s underwear to sexual assault victims in Fort Worth. Alpha Phi Sigma, the criminal justice...

Criminal justice department hosts police veteran and expert on the realities...

An expert in police use of force with 25 years of experience as an officer spoke to a full capacity lecture hall of students...

Guest speaker honors and remembers the legend of César Chávez

TCU remembered the life and contributions of César Chávez Wednesday night, with firsthand memories of the Chicano fight for civil rights. Chávez was the leader of the fight...

SMU professor examines life of prolific African-American author

An SMU professor visited campus Thursday to discuss the life, travels and cultural significance of one of the most important authors in American history. William...

Amazing Vietnam 2015: Alluvia hopes to welcome students to Vietnamese culture

Vietnam is 8,781 miles away from Fort Worth, but that's not stopping some Vietnamese students from bringing their culture to the Lone Star State.  The...

Communications Studies welcomes Dr. Dan O’Hair as Green Honor’s Chair speaker

When Dr. Dan O'Hair was a professor at TCU, the Moudy Building had just been built. Now, as the Green Honor's Chair for Communication Studies,...

The lessons of ‘Friday Night Lights’

When Dr. Colin Tait immigrated to Austin, Texas from Canada, he watched the show “Friday Night Lights” to learn about the culture of the...

Contemplative Poetry Contest to be held on campus

Some TCU faculty members are hoping to reward students for reflecting on the world around them through poetry. The TCU Contemplative Poetry Contest is sponsored...
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