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Leadership opportunities on campus grow

TCU will undergo changes in the Student Leadership Center this year starting with a new Director of Leadership. An SMU graduate, Carol Clyde already feels...

Students express faith through the arts

Students gathered on Tuesday night to join in an intimate evening of art and worship.  A new addition to the campus, Christian Spirituality and...

Air Force ROTC recognizes POW/MIA women, men at ceremony

Air Force ROTC and decorated military guests took part in TCU’s 28th annual Prisoner of War and Missing in Action day of remembrance last Thursday.  POW/MIA...

Director of International Studies receives annual Ferrari Award

Jane Kucko’s  work with the study abroad program was rewarded recently by becoming the seventh recipient of the Ferrari Award. Chancellor Boschini presented Kucko with...

Nursing students promote National Take Back Medication Day

April 28 is National Take Back Medication Day and TCU nursing students are helping spread the word not only on campus but throughout the...

Fraternity attempt at world record challenge cancelled

The record for the world’s longest slip and slide will remain the same now that TCU has canceled the Beta Theta Pi’s philanthropy. As members...

Program offers less expensive textbook option

Meredith Babb, director of University Press of Florida, explained a new textbook movement to TCU students and staff at the Mary Couts Burnett Library. At...

Nursing faculty, students learn about changes in aging

It was a full house at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center, where nursing faculty and students came to hear about the...

Neeley seniors leave legacy by redecorating family’s home

The Holden family woke up last Sunday morning and was treated to breakfast and a movie. Later that afternoon, the family returned to its...
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