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Neeley School’s supply chain program is on the rise in every...

It’s hard to miss the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University. Enrollment dwarfs almost all other majors, and its programs always seem...

360 degrees with former Miss Texas, Ashley Melnick

Senior broadcast journalism major Ashley Melnick took a year off of school from TCU after being crowned Miss Texas in 2010. Now back on campus, Melnick...

TCU Wesley Foundation prepares to build community garden

“First-year crops don’t usually turn out well.” Rev. Megan Davidson says this simple phrase to explain why giving out carrots from the TCU Wesley Foundation...

City approves off-campus parking lot for TCU

The Fort Worth Board of Adjustment voted unanimously Wednesday afternoon to approve the four variances and one special exception needed for TCU to build...

Three Frogs compete for Miss Texas crown

Three Horned Frogs will compete in the Miss Texas pageant Friday at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Jordan Johannsen, a 2011 TCU alumna and the 2010 Miss Texas first runner up will be competing for a chance to crowned by friend and former roommate, the reigning Miss Texas, Ashley Melnick.

TCU 360 goes live, replacing DailySkiff.com

Welcome to TCU 360, the new home for news about TCU, its students and alumni, and the community where we live. Starting July 1,...

Professor to appear on History Detectives

Paul F. Boller, TCU professor emeritus of history and best-selling author will appear on the television program History Detectives on PBS at 8 p.m. Tuesday. According to the PBS website, "History Detectives is devoted to exploring the complexities of historical mysteries, searching out the facts, myths and conundrums that connect local folklore, family legends and interesting objects."

Erekson: Neeley partnership with UNTHSC sparked by demand for health administration...

The Neeley School of Business and the School of Public Health at the University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth have teamed...

Number of student applications to TCU explodes

A boost in applications indicates a growing number of young people want to attend Texas Christian University, including record numbers from outside the state. A decade ago, about 5,000 potential students applied to TCU. But Ray Brown, the dean of admission, says a record 19,000 have applied to attend the upcoming fall semester. He says 61 percent of the increase was from out of state. The university will admit only about 1,800 freshmen.

Faculty Senate encourages limitations on weight given to student evaluations

TCU Faculty Senate passed a motion that will suggest limitations on the way student survey feedback is used in overall teaching evaluation in the...
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