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United Latino Association celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month on campus

Melissa Moreira, ULA's president, said that Hispanic Heritage month celebrates what it means to be Latino and gives students the opportunity to learn more about the culture.

TCU and Baylor officials denounce campus vandalism

Recent acts of vandalism on the campuses of TCU and Baylor prompted responses from both universities Friday afternoon.

Oregon tragedy adds new aspect to campus carry debate

The deadly mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, Thursday has added yet another point to the local campus carry debate at TCU, Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor for student affairs, wrote in an email.

Students explore new library with excitement

The library's new 16,000 square foot wing has many new features and amenities.

Alpha Chi Omega brings awareness to domestic violence with ‘Walk a...

Alpha Chi Omega held its second annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event in honor of domestic violence awareness month.

Dee J. Kelly Sr. remembered at reception

Hundreds filled the Dee J. Kelly Center for a reception following the memorial service on Wednesday.

Students get the chance to turn their business ideas into a...

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.

Mental Healthier

New initiatives and programs encourage a fresh perspective about mental health on campus.

Pi Kappa Phi pushes for change

Pi Kappa Phi Push week is more than just songs and chants. The fraternity hosts a variety of events to promote Push America.

Student behavior prompts investigation into Florence program

One study abroad adviser wrote there's concern that TCU students could be having an American experience in Italy.
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