Timeka Gordon has spent her career inspiring young students from marginalized communities to pursue higher education to become more successful and provide themselves with a better life.
Workers in the plants have been especially hard hit by COVID-19. While the numbers are declining, an examination of the state’s spring outbreak reveals a different story.
A TCU senior will walk down the aisle next weekend at graduation — something many people didn't think he'd be able to accomplish because of the life-threatening disease he battles.
Mary Ruth Jones goes by a lot of titles to the TCU community -- desk assistant, friend and even mom.
Poverty and limited access to health care continue to make childbirth more risky for American women.
Today, Dr. Jacqueline Lambiase serves as the department head for strategic communication at TCU. Her department includes more than 10 women, eight of them tenured or on a tenure track.
In addition to the challenges that come with being a college student, cadets have to deal with other obligations.
After 34 years of waiting, the Horned Frogs achieved their first conference championship.
Tarrant County is thousands of miles away from the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic, but health officials have created a strategy that has helped react to the crisis. This is an inside look into the rise, wreckage and recovery of the opioid crisis in Tarrant County, Texas.
Black and Latinx communities in the U.S. are experiencing more cases, deaths, and fewer recoveries than affluent white communities.
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