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Friday, September 18, 2020

Police investigate on-campus sexual assault

The incident reportedly occurred in a residence hall last weekend.

Students to vote on removing House seats for Honors College

If the bill passes, Student Government Association will no longer apportion seats for the John V. Roach Honors College.

Frog Camp provides familiar experience for first-year students

Incoming students spent two days getting to know each other and the campus as part of the revised first-year experience program.

On-campus dining changes amid the pandemic

TCU has changed on-campus dining to adjust to COVID-19 restrictions and regulations.

Professor dies of complications related to COVID-19

Professor of professional practice Robert Rhodes died Friday, according to an email sent by Provost Teresa Dahlberg.
Banners welcome students back to the TCU campus.

TCU expects $90 million shortfall to budget

The university is expecting a $90 million shortfall to its operating budget due to the effects of COVID-19 and increases in financial aid.

Alumni, students disappointed in virtual commencement

TCU students and alumni were disappointed by the virtual commencement celebration.

Stadium capacity capped around 25% for football games

Leaders from departments across TCU talked about sustainability, safety and justice in a town hall meeting Thursday.

Class of 2020 invited to graduate in May 2021

The chancellor invited the class of 2020 to participate in the spring commencement.

TCU asks court to strike almost 29 pages from plaintiffs’ complaint

Lawyers for TCU are asking the court to strike more than 44 paragraphs from a complaint filed on behalf of Jane Does Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
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