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Lawsuit claims TCU faculty physically, verbally abused student

The Dean of the John V. Roach Honors College is accused of physical and verbal abuse of a student during a month-long summer course in Washington, D.C., according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.

TCU admits 11-year-old first-year student

First-year student Carson Huey-You wants to become a quantum physicist. He scored a 1770 on the SAT, and he was co-valedictorian of his senior...

Up, up, and literally away; helium shortage impacts many

The worldwide helium shortage is causing prices to rise for many including party stores and consumers.

Top five haunted houses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

If you're looking for a good scare this Halloween season, then these top five haunted houses in the DFW area are sure to give you fright.

OPINION: TCU professor’s response to Ben Shapiro

A TCU professor responds to Ben Shapiro's lecture last week.

Schieffer family establishes full ride TCU scholarship

The new scholarship will cover full tuition, room and board, books, fees and other expenses for up to four students each year.
Crowder and the crowd

UPDATE: Student affairs encourages ‘a culture of respect’ following Crowder’s visit...

Steven Crowder came to campus and had a sign questioning the idea of rape culture.

Conservative personality Steven Crowder sparks ‘male privilege’ debate

TCU College Republicans brought the conservative to open a political dialogue between students.

Tradition of the TCU hand sign

Whether walking to class or traveling abroad, you never know when one of your friends or a fellow TCU fan will give you...

Students with learning disabilities feel well accommodated at TCU

Some TCU students with learning disabilities say that if it weren't for their accommodations from the Student Disabilities Services department, they may not have been as successful throughout their college career.
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