TCU’s V-Day Campaign, a group committed to stopping violence against women, performed “The Vagina Monologues” this weekend as a part of their V-Week. Just in case you missed it, check out the slideshow for pictures from the show.
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Matthew Nichols and Clay York were both honored at separate memorial services held on campus this week. York, a 2013 magna cum laude graduate, died Dec. 22 at the age of 21 in New York City. He graduated with a double major in modern dance and ballet and minored in […]
Children from the local community dressed up and trick-or-treated at Colby Hall Tuesday evening.
Rick Bass said he had never heard of the TCU Texas Book Award until he received a call saying he had won. This award is presented every two years to the best book about Texas published during that two year time span. Bass was the seventh winner of the award […]
TCU’s plan to move 1 million books out of the Mary Couts Burnett Library prompted discussion among faculty, staff and students about the necessity and whom it will affect. The books will be moved to an off-campus warehouse starting this summer as part of library renovations to make more study space […]
At the Faculty Senate meeting Thursday, faculty benefits, eSPOT evaluations and intercollegiate athletics were discussed.
Faculty members discussed the importance of group activities in the classroom at the Faculty Interest Group meeting Tuesday afternoon. A FIG is a group of five to thirty people with a shared interest in a particular aspect of teaching and learning, according to the Koehler Center website. Beata Jones, TCU professor […]
Chancellor Victor Boschini tried to clear the air at a meeting with faculty and staff Tuesday morning by discussing the future of employee benefits at TCU. At the beginning of the semester, Boschini was asked to look at faculty and staff benefits, according to the minutes from the Faculty Assembly meeting. […]
Approximately 1 million books will be moved from the Mary Couts Burnett Library to an off-campus warehouse beginning this summer as part of the library renovations. Dr. June Koelker, dean of the library, sent out a letter to university faculty Friday about upcoming renovation plans, new services and collection changes happening […]
Concerns were raised about employee benefits at the Faculty Senate meeting Thursday.
Chancellor Victor Boschini and Provost Nowell Donovan met with the University Compensation Advisory Committee Wednesday morning. Boschini asked the UCAC to collect information regarding employee benefits from the Faculty Senate and the Staff Assembly.