TCU Faculty Assembly may be one step closer to DEI vote

A call for a vote on the DEI overlay proposal will take place Thursday

Neeley School professor hosting ‘Entrepreneurship Boot Camp’

Dr. Michael Sherrod is hosting an entrepreneurship "boot camp."

Student meditation group reduces stress, anxiety in members

Meditation and mindfulness practices are becoming more popular on TCU's campus because of the hard work of two TCU professors and a few TCU students.

Student journalists honored

Students for TCU Student Media received awards at the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors annual awards ceremony.

SGA pushes to reduce stigma around mental health

SGA representatives, faculty and staff are encouraging students to embrace mental health issues and reduce the stigma around seeking help.

Center for International Studies creates new study abroad option

A new "design your own" study abroad will be available in the fall.

Rainy days push stadium construction a month behind schedule

Last fall's heavy rainfall has caused a month-long delay on the Amon G. Carter stadium construction project.

Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities ​speaks with TCU...

NEH Chairman John Peede delivered his public address on the importance of providing grants for the humanities.

School of Interdisciplinary Studies holds luncheon for keynote speaker

Dr. Sherri Parks spoke about interdisciplinary studies at an event held Thursday by TCU's School of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Better Together learns new ways to improve interfaith dialogue on campus

TCU's interfaith group traveled to the yearly interfaith conference to share ideas and learn ways to better dialogue on campus.
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