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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tuition to increase by 4.5 percent for fall 2022

Need-based aid is expected to rise by the same amount.

Destination set for new residence and dining halls

New residence halls along the east campus will house up to 500 students.

TCU’s Roxo agency: creativity for the campus and community

TCU's Roxo agency is in its 10th year of operation on campus.

SPAC seeking TCU students ready to get involved

The Student Police Advisory Council is searching for students to hear about their negative experiences with officers, in hopes of improving the relationship between the two groups.

What we’re reading: U.S. welcomes foreign travelers back, President Biden’s approval rating plummets, 8...

International travel increases, Biden's approval rate drops, a viral Tik Tok trend saves a domestic abuse victim and more of what we're reading.

TCU’s Student Foundation works to refocus campus identity

TCU's Student Foundation is narrowing its focus on alumni and advancement.

NCAA undergoing a ‘redefining moment,’ discusses major changes to autonomy

With the NCAA's proposed changes to the constitution, college athletics may see autonomy similar to football.

Spirit Halloween raises money for Fort Worth’s Cook Children’s hospital

Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department.
The Harrison Administration Building

Settlement reached between TCU and former students, alumni in lawsuit

The settlement seeks to put an end to a lawsuit that began in January 2020.
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