Trump and Biden prepare for the first presidential debate while fires continue to burn through California.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Kathy Cavins-Tull attributed the decline to university testing protocols and student behavior.
The Tarrant County Elections administrator details what to expect when voting in the upcoming election.
The cafe in a corner of the Mary Couts Burnett Library is known for long lines and limited space.
In an atypical semester at TCU, even emergency drills in buildings have seen changes that have forced authorities to learn more about social distancing guidelines.
The Frogs broke their 18-game win streak in season openers.
Two U.S. governors are calling the nation's response the worst in the world, and a Fort Worth woman files a complaint against Whataburger.
TCU decided in April that SAT and ACT scores will not be required for fall of 2021 applicants due to disruptions caused by the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic and immigration concerns have led to a decline in the amount of undergraduate international students this year.
TCU student organizations and Student Development Services are working to provide service opportunities.