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Evaluation software sent to Provost for approval

A Faculty Senate-approved teaching evaluation software used to increase student confidentiality and bolster feedback for professors will be piloted this semester before being sent...

Garden helps students learn about sustainability

In order to create a greener campus, students from Keith Whitworth’s sustainability class will use empty bottles and other recyclable material to maintain the...

Online professor evaluations may provide better feedback

  Evaluations are only as meaningful as students make them, but some students do not take end of the semester evaluations to heart because the...

Despite contest loss, SAC is optimistic

Even though Senseless Acts of Comedy did not advance to the final round of its competition earlier this semester, things are going well for...

Child Development director receives prestigious award

Director of the TCU Institute of Child Development, Karyn Purvis, Ph.D., received The James Hammerstein Award Monday in New York City. The award is...

Resolution passed urging improvement of Wi-Fi

The TCU Faculty Senate passed a resolution on Thursday, Nov. 3 urging Technology Resources to make student and faculty Wi-Fi access more reliable. Bryan...

Recession has not stopped business students

The recession has hurt the economy, but that has not stopped the university’s business students from finding jobs and internships, junior accounting major Dylan...

Student organizations help Fort Worth Zoo Halloween event

Boo at the Zoo will be held this weekend at the Fort Worth Zoo, and some university organizations are helping with the event. Boo at...

Busy weekend for TCU Tennis teams

It was a big weekend for TCU’s men’s and women’s tennis teams. Both teams are playing in the ITA Texas Regional Championships. Sophomore Max Stevens...

Homecoming traditions are alive and well

Homecoming is this weekend, and university students and alumni celebrate many traditions. Some are in the past, but others have become perennial events. Dave Keeney,...
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