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University making progress in hiring full-time faculty

This year, TCU added 25 full-time faculty members and increased the percentage of classes taught by full-time faculty, reducing the number of classes taught...

Job market improving for class of 2015

The demand for recent college graduates is slowly returning to pre-recession levels. College hiring is expected to increase 9.6 percent this year, according to the National...

Chancellor honors retiring faculty, staff at Retirement and Service Recognition Awards

Chancellor Victor Boschini recognized more retirees than ever before at Thursday’s 41st annual Retirement and Service Recognition Awards Program in the Brown-Lupton University Union...

Students step up to help family of woman killed in crash...

Two TCU students created a GoFundMe page for the family of the woman killed in a car crash that led to the arrest of two TCU students on...

Women combat ‘fat talk’ and ‘thin ideals’ through The Body Project

A new campus initiative is addressing a familiar problem in a unique way. Women at TCU are responding to unrealistic beauty standards by helping...

Legacy of ex-chancellor lives on through award

Friday is the last day for faculty and staff to nominate colleagues for the Michael R. Ferrari Award. This spring selection committee will choose the award's 10th...

Off-campus Wi-Fi won’t prevent students from getting caught violating copyright

Students can still be caught illegally downloading media files while off campus, contrary to what they might think. Jamie Dulle, assistant dean of Campus Life,...

Echosmith performs triple encore for enthusiastic crowd

Echosmith, the up-and-coming band that sings the hit song "Cool Kids," performed a triple encore at Friday night's concert in the Brown-Lupton University Union...

MCAT changes force students into dilemma

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) joined the SAT as one of the standardized admissions exams that recently received a makeover. The do-over was the...

Sociology professor publishes book about painful experiences of overweight women

Sociology professor publishes book about painful experiences of overweight women
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