Chancellor Victor Boschini sent out a campus-wide email to give an update on diversity initiatives.
The “More Than a Word” film screening Monday night at TCU discussed issues Native Americans continue to face regarding mascots and culture appropriation.
Chi Omega hosted a vigil to remember a TCU student who died from colon cancer two years ago.
The TCU Rowing Club has grown competitive over the past four years, so much so that it may present the idea of becoming an NCAA Division I Women’s team to the university.
TCU College Republicans brought the conservative to open a political dialogue between students.
Toree Thompson balances her role as a basketball player with her passion for rapping.
The TCU House of Representatives passed funding for self-defense keychains and four other bills in the second meeting of the year.
TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life is working closely with students to continue to build a positive Greek culture on campus.
TCU works to spread awareness about mental health and suicide awareness through their “R U OK?” campaign.
Waving their controversial battle flag, the Sons of Confederate Veterans make their presence clear Standing outside the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.