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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Wall of integration highlights history of campus inclusion

The Mary Couts Burnett Library recently set up an exhibit explaining integration at TCU.

Suspect assaults student, tries to steal purse

The victim said the suspect tried to take her purse but was unsuccessful.

Suspect identified in off-campus aggravated robbery

The suspect in last month's aggravated robbery at Bank of America has been identified.

Students share favorite on-campus study spots

Students share their favorite on-campus spots to study and engage in class.

Breast cancer focus hits home for many at Mr. ZTA pageant

The event supported breast cancer awareness and education.

TCU Alpha Chi Omega raised awareness by ‘Walking A Mile’

TCU Alpha Chi Omega held an event to raise awareness about domestic violence in the U.S.

TCU graduate returns to campus to talk about summer camp opportunities

K-Kountry is one of 12 Christian camps that incorporates water slides and zip-lines with faith.

CASA of Tarrant County advocates for children in foster care

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and CASA is looking to gain more volunteers to help children in foster care who are in need.

TCU grad’s coffee shop is a place to work and meet

Craftwork Coffee Co. aims to combine coffee with a professional environment where people can work.
A Race and Reconciliation sign was set up next to the Founders Statues.

Race and Reconciliation Initiative begins study into TCU’s history

The initiative's first year will focus on Black Americans and TCU’s experiences with racism, slavery and the Confederacy.
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