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Student authors college-friendly cookbook

TCU sophomore publishes a cookbook to offer simple, nutritious alternatives to college students.

Bridging the divide: TCU promotes dialogue between Christianity and Islam

TCU held a conversation last week, promoting an open exchange of ideas between Christian and Islamic leaders.

Female student hit by car turning onto Bowie Street

Paramedics have taken the student to the hospital by ambulance.

Game on: Students can play intramural sports

TCU has adapted intramural sports to COVID-19 guidelines to give students a safe, on-campus opportunity.

Muslim Student Association focuses on community after Paris attacks

The student organization is fighting the misconception that Islam is a violent religion while fostering support for the muslim community.

New voters: deadline to register for Texas primary is Feb. 1

There's still time to register to vote in the primaries. Here's how to get started.

TCU Values and Ventures competition grows to largest in school history

The TCU Values and Ventures Competition began Friday with teams competing for thousands of dollars.

The Bottom brings back karaoke Thursdays and improves security

Bottom has added Karaoke Thursdays along with new menu options to create the best experience possible for students.

TCU sophomore remembered for her joy

Taylor Helland died from colon cancer on Saturday, and her family has received an outpouring of support from across the country.

Mike Posner to headline fall concert

Mike Posner will be headlining the TCU fall concert this year.
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