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Friday, March 5, 2021

Horned Frogs to attend Presidential Inauguration

Two Horned Frogs are in D.C. to attend the Presidential Inauguration as well as volunteer at an inaugural ball and participate in the Women’s March On Washington.

St. Jude fundraiser to end with all-night event

While any student can join the organization Up ‘til Dawn to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, it's personal for sophomore music...

Will you be my quarantine?

Newlyweds discuss the toll of COVID-19 on their weddings.

Students utilize Rate My Professors to reference courses

Students express their opinions on RateMyProfessors.com and how they use the site to pick classes for future semesters.

UNTHSC/TCU Medical School is right on track

Dr. Stuart Flynn, the dean of UNTHSC/TCU Medical School, looks forward to its opening in 2019.

TCU aims to dismantle stereotypes as it hosts Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day...

The keynote speaker of the symposium will talk at 7 p.m. in the BLUU Ballroom Monday night.

Police: Student robbed on Sandage Avenue

Police are looking for two men who robbed a TCU student late Thursday night about a half mile east of campus, according to a Fort Worth Police report. 

Study abroad adds Stellenbosch, South Africa to its list of destinations

TCU is now offering a study abroad program in Stellenbosch, South Africa for Spring 2019. Stellenbosch is located in South Africa's Western Cape Province, just outside of Cape Town. 

Prospective students experience application process issues

Although the Common Application is functioning, it continues to experience glitches, Dean of Admission Ray Brown said. The Common App streamlines the admission process by...

360 degrees with former Miss Texas, Ashley Melnick

Senior broadcast journalism major Ashley Melnick took a year off of school from TCU after being crowned Miss Texas in 2010. Now back on campus, Melnick...
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