From Horned Frog to Broadway spark

TCU alumna talks about life as a performer in New York City.

Students turn inspiration into innovation, launch company

A couple of TCU graduates created a company to make getting dressed easier for people with disabilities. Charlie McKee...

Department of Education’s Title IX changes could impact TCU students Proposed changes to Title IX will bring colleges and universities closer to the courtroom, according to...

60 students start at TCU and UNTHSC’s new medical school

In preparation for Monday's first day of classes, the 60 medical students in the new joint medical school between TCU and the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) arrived on campus July 8 for a welcome week of orientation.

What’s included in first-year dorm rooms

Incoming first-year students can anticipate access to laundry machines without an additional charge, microwaves, Wi-Fi and individual desks.

Making the first year count

Trung Nguyen, assistant dean of Student Development Services, works to ensure each student makes the most of their time at TCU.

CDC: Most maternal deaths could be prevented

Poverty and limited access to health care continue to make childbirth more risky for American women.

The greens of Colonial Country Club

J. Marvin Leonard's vision of a "premiere" golf course became a reality when Colonial Country Club opened in 1936.

Fort Worth fashion companies move toward sustainability

Fast fashion has taken over mainstream culture but not without consequences. Fort Worth clothing companies feature sustainable alternatives.

Sewo Olonilua arrested on felony drug charge

Olonilua was released from Walker County Jail after posting $4,000 bond.
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