SGA’s lack of ‘openness’ with the student body played a major role in the limited number of candidates for this semester’s elections.
Fraternity & Sorority Life will use the vacant facility for an all-Panhellenic house.
Following a record-breaking number of applications, TCU Dean of Admission talks about how much the university has grown.
Vice President of External Affairs candidate talks about how his community involvement will prepare him for his role in student government.
The Collaborative Greek Alliance held an event for all members of TCU Greek councils to start conversations about Greek life on campus and how it can be improved.
TCU will be holding anxiety management workshops for students in need.
The Fashion Merchandising Department has quite the hidden gem kept within its halls.
SGA hopes food trucks will ease lunch traffic on the academic side of campus until the new dining hall opens in the renovated Neeley School of Business.
Construction could begin as early as February 2019.
In light of first-year advising difficulties, three students develop a first-year advising program .