A Neeley School of Business class is getting the chance to answer the question: What would you do with one million dollars?
TCU students make travel plans with pets in mind.
Meet two TCU students as they share their stories about overcoming racial adversity.
Brenley Goertzen and women’s track and field gain academic recognition through the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Title Boxing gave boxers a chance to punch their ex on Valentine’s Day.
Kappa Alpha Theta will compete in Sigma Lambda Alpha’s stroll off.
Junior Victoria Doder sells handmade choker necklaces and bracelets through an Instagram account that has attracted customers from all over.
A TCU alum put his survival skills to the test. He is appearing on a new reality TV show which combines concepts from “Hunger Games” with “Survivor.”
At the end of every semester, the library is packed and finding a seat can be a challenge. Senior biology major Bakari Samin said a person knows when it’s finals week because as soon as the library doors open, everyone sprints to find a seat like a Black Friday sale. […]
Some TCU students experience test anxiety not just during finals week but academically year-round, due to an increased amount of pressure present.