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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Honors College begins to see change in student application pool

TCU's John V. Roach Honors College application process favors essays over test scores and GPAs.

Zeta hosts Bright Pink workshop

ZTA and Bright Pink hosted a breast and ovarian cancer workshop in the BLUU Ballroom Thursday night to educate college women on the risk factors and how to talk to their doctors about the subject.
TCU's first ever RRI day was held Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Graduating seniors to receive unity cords from RRI, SGA partnership

Red and purple cords signifying unity will be given to all seniors this year.

Ann Louden leaving TCU, heading to Adelphi University in NY

Ann Louden, head of Frogs for the Cure, will leave TCU in February.

Who’s Running for Student Body Officer Positions?

Get to know the candidates with this interactive guide before student body officer elections on Thursday, April 11.

SGA, Ignite hold voter drives

TCU students got a chance to register to vote in the upcoming election.

OPINION: Study Abroad–An experience of a lifetime

Morgan Heinrich is a junior journalism major is studying abroad in Australia. She shares why she feels everyone should study abroad.

Former president to speak at Neeley conference

George W. Bush will speak about investing on Friday at TCU.
Campus commons snow

TCU extends use of campus recreation center as shelter for students

Projections for more winter weather and rolling power outages closed TCU's campus through Thursday.

Library makes study space changes for finals week

Expanding quiet zones and 24-hour access are some of the changes to the library's finals week schedule
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