The Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Business Plan Competition helps anyone with a good idea become an entrepreneur. There is a $25,000 prize award for the best business.
New initiatives and programs encourage a fresh perspective about mental health on campus.
Pi Kappa Phi Push week is more than just songs and chants. The fraternity hosts a variety of events to promote Push America.
One study abroad adviser wrote there’s concern that TCU students could be having an American experience in Italy.
TCU police officers used National Night Out as a forum to engage students.
The flu clinic will be in the Rec Center from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is available for all students and faculty for free.
TCU flags will be lowered to half staff tomorrow in honor of beloved Horned Frog Dee J. Kelly.
The movement to develop an African-American studies minor is gaining momentum.
A panel of TCU alumni addressed students during a forum on Tuesday, Sept. 22, hosted by the College of Science and Engineering.
TCU parking garages are going up, with one open already, but students are still having a hard time find a parking spot.