TCU fined, put on probation by NCAA for paying student-athletes for...

The school will be fined almost $50,000 dollars for their actions and placed on probation for a year.

Students create documentary on sex-trafficking in Fort Worth

A small group of students spent much of this semester tackling a topic that many students might be unaware of: human trafficking.

SGA funds parking counter for Lubbock lot

A new sign outside the lot on Lubbock Avenue shows commuters how many spots are available.

Bellaire Drive closed to pedestrian traffic

The closing of Bellaire Drive will cause pedestrians to find a different route around campus.

TCU Master of Accounting program set to go to China this...

Master of Accounting students are excited to experience what business is like for one of the major trading partners of the U.S.

Opponent of restructuring employee benefits removed from committee

Boschini has to make a recommendation to the board of trustees about restructuring faculty benefits by the next meeting in April.

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

New changes to the counseling and mental health center look to aid students and their mental health

New software at health center hopes to increase organization

The Brown-Lupton Health Center gets an update with a new electronic health record system

How students can prevent food waste

Students can make a difference by only taking the food that they are going to eat.

Rhodes Scholarship finalist put herself second in athletics, academics

TCU's newest Rhodes Scholarship finalist didn't think she was worthy of the scholarship, but her professors and coaches disagree.
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