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Cultural differences affect students studying in US

Students studying abroad must face cultural differences when living in a different country, but TCU international students are finding ways to deal with cultural...

TCU’s plan for the future

The Physical Plant has revealed its master plan and will include projects to help academic and student growth.

Students help elders “Cycle Without Age”

Residents of the Trinity Terrace retirement community enjoying the outdoors thanks to TCU student volunteers and Cycling Without Age.

Winner of TCU’s Got Talent makes up for missing out on...

https://vimeo.com/193474295   Elise Shropshire won this year's TCU's Got Talent contest with a rendition of Adele’s “I Found A Boy,” on Friday. Shropshire said she picked an...

Students react to Plain White T’s

theEnd hosted the Plain White T's in a free concert Friday night.

Despite outcome, women celebrate their first vote for a woman candidate

Women reflect on voting for what they hoped would be the first female president.

From a foodie professor: Chicken Tortilla Soup

Lyn Dart is an Associate Professor and Food Management Program Director for the Department of Nutritional Sciences. She shares one of her favorite recipes: chicken tortilla soup.

IMAGE Editor’s Note: We’ve got a school to be proud of

This semester's second edition of IMAGE Magazine shows TCU students going above and beyond.

Opinion: TCU should not support campus carry

TCU’s duty is to create the best possible academic environment for our faculty, staff and students, and that is only achieved by remaining a firearm-free campus

OPINION: TCU should have campus carry

The presence of concealed carry weapons on campus is warranted and safe and a right that students at TCU should have.
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