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Honors College challenges students’ knowledge of Fort Worth with experimental course

The Honors College is testing students' knowledge of Fort Worth in an experimental eight-week course.

Turning the tables: TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks progress after hazing tragedies

TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life partnered with TCU Athletics and Phi Delta Theta to present “Turning Tragedy into Progress,” Tuesday night.

Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship minor returns to TCU

The Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship program is back at TCU after budget reallocations.

TCU Rhino Initiative plans for the semester ahead following fifth annual Rhino Run

The TCU Rhino Initiative held its fifth annual 5K and has more plans for the future.

Yik Yak is back: a controversial return to campus

A popular app that allows users to post anonymously makes its return to TCU.

TCU students organize hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer

TCU students organized a hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs.

TCU Wellness Center presents resources for suicide prevention

Suicide is a major problem among college students. TCU Wellness Center provides mental health resources on TCU's campus.

Market Square navigates growing campus population and dietary demands

Market Square struggles to keep up with growing student population and dietary needs but looks to expand by 2023.

TCU Student Body President leads with service and a smile

TCU Student Body President Lau'rent Honeycutt talks about his experience in the position so far, and what he hopes to do moving forward.

‘The Red Zone’ still exists in the COVID-19 age

Studies show the first 6 to ten weeks of a female student’s college career are her most susceptible to sexual assault or harassment.
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