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Sorority fashion show to raise money to fight domestic abuse

Alpha Chi Omega will be hosting their 27th annual Fashion Show to support the fight against domestic abuse.

TCU nearly finished with preparing for new administration building

By February 2019, construction for the new administration building along West Berry Street from Stadium Drive to Rogers Avenue will begin if everything stays...

Kaleo attendees reflect on their summer

TCU students grow in community, work a summer job, and pursue their Christian faith.

Speaker: ‘Superhuman things’ happening in Rwanda

Carl Wilkens, who stayed in Rwanda during the genocide, talked about forgiveness on a massive scale.

Completion date unclear for DMC renovation

Heavy rains could send TCU basketball back to Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. It’s uncertain when the $45 million renovation of Daniel Meyer Coliseum will be complete,...

Sorority bakes muffins to show gratitude to professors

The women of Alpha Chi Omega said they wanted to do something different this year to show appreciation for professors who positively impacted them. The...

As applications roll in, dean of admission focused on diversity

In addition to welcoming a new class of students in the fall, TCU is also looking forward to growth in diversity.

TCU, UNTHSC students highlight partnership of medicine and nutrition

What does it mean when a doctor says "eat healthier"? These future medical professionals are finding out.

IMAGE: Inspiring Medicine

The TCU chapter of the Global Medical Training program has re-inspired future doctors by sending 80 students on five different medical mission trips.

The dual admission process for dance majors

Prospective dance students must be accepted to both the university and the dance program.
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