TCU School of Music celebrates 40th Jazz Festival

TCU celebrates the 40th anniversary of the School of Music's Jazz Festival.

Considering dressing as a clown? Cavins-Tull suggests you reconsider

TCU administration responds to the clown craze.

TCU hosts first ever Arbor Day

TCU hosts its first ever Arbor Day in association with Tree Campus USA.

Global Impact on Healthcare to feature panel of renowned professionals

The Global Impact on Healthcare panel will feature five medical professionals with decades of experience in global healthcare.

Student Government looks to fill 10 open seats

Student Body President Abbey Widick hopes the appointed representatives will add diversity and perspective to SGA.

Listen: Frogflix (Season 2): Episode 12

This week's topic on Frogflix include the Writers Guild, Cannes Film Festival, casting news, "Child's Play" and more.

Dean of Neeley School of Business set to retire

The Dean of the Neely School of Business is returning to teaching.

Examining the Mr. and Ms. TCU selection process

Ten finalists will be announced today based on student vote, an essay and resume review.

TCU aims to help students with on-campus resources

TCU wants students to thrive on campus, and it provides various resources to help them do that.

TCU Campus Store offers free repair table for Mac and PC...

Apple Certified Technicians is offering free services on Mac and PC computers to students who are experiencing technological problems.
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