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No car? No problem.

Students without cars find ways around DFW

TCU pitcher Mitchell Traver enjoys a remarkable comeback

TCU pitcher Mitchell Traver enjoys a remarkable comeback

TCU students utilize campus to launch business

TCU plays a prominent role in a new business venture launched by three sophomores.  The trio - Daniel Castañeda, Hunt Neurohr, and Garrett Greenberg -...

Student section makes noise at tennis matches

TCU’s tennis teams have seen a rise in student attendance and involvement this season. A new Big 12 rule allows fans to make noise during...

Equipment sale attracts fans with low prices

Standing on the ramps leading up to the visitors’ locker room was a massive crowd looking to get its hands on various TCU items. After...

College of Education hosts research festival

On Tuesday, students gathered in Palko Hall for the College of Education’s Research and Pedagogy Festival. Forty-four students took part in sharing their research of...

KinderFrogs celebrates World Down Syndrome Day

TCU’s KinderFrogs program celebrated World Down Syndrome Day on March 20. Rain played a part in the day’s programming, but teachers and volunteers made adjustments...

College of Education hosts North Texas Regional Spelling Bee

A girl took home the North Texas Regional Spelling Bee trophy for the first time since 2009 in the regional spelling bee Wednesday.  The TCU...

College of Education wins national award

The College of Education is being recognized for its diversity. According to a press release from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the...

Long-time professor closes out career with award

Dr. Cecilia Silva is a different kind of professor.  Silva is known for preparing students to teach in schools in need of teachers for English...
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