TCU administrators met with faculty, staff and students Tuesday for a discussion about the efforts of the diversity, equity and inclusion committee.
The Dean of the Neely School of Business is returning to teaching.
Three cases of mumps prompted the health center to provide free booster shots to students who may have been exposed.
A national organization's chapter joining TCU's campus provides a good opportunity for students wanting to get involved with political advocacy.
Service for SIght, the philanthropy behind the Anchor Bowl.
There is now three confirmed cases of the mumps in the TCU community.
Commuting students are having trouble finding parking spaces, but they just have to know where to look.
TCU looks to select a new candidate for provost position by December.
TCU's interfaith group teaches its members how to respect each other's beliefs.
Student Body President Abbey Widick hopes the appointed representatives will add diversity and perspective to SGA.