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TCU admits 11-year-old first-year student

First-year student Carson Huey-You wants to become a quantum physicist. He scored a 1770 on the SAT, and he was co-valedictorian of his senior...

Family tradition: Being a legacy does help in application process

TCU will continue to ask for family information about prospective students in the admissions process, even though some state schools have decided against it...

Family Matters: Boschini makes wife and kids a priority

He has spent seven months in his new Fort Worth home, but Victor Boschini’s closet is still unorganized. The university’s 10th chancellor does not have...

Need-based aid may be raised

The Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid is currently looking for a way help need-based grants catch up with the rising cost of tuition.

Normally when tuition goes up, need-based grants go up proportionally, said Michael Scott, director of scholarships and student financial aid. However, this is not always an effective solution to rising costs, he said.

FORGING THE FUTURE: From past to present, graduate works to advance program

Jazz is playing on the overhead speakers. Wait staff are taking orders for tall, nonfat, no-whip lattes and coffee makers are busy brewing at...

TCU’s 2020 master plan makes campus more pedestrian friendly

Three parking garages, additional residence halls and improved crosswalks are all part of a 2020 campus master plan for TCU. Renderings of the plan were...

TCU has been ‘simple’ for 12-year-old student

The youngest student to enroll at TCU says school is a breeze. "For now, I think that all my classes have been pretty simple," sophomore...

Concert celebrates the life, work of pianist Lili Kraus

Through video clippings and classical piano pieces, pianist Madame Lili Kraus came to life Sunday to celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday. "I...

Campaign to boost alumni donations

The Horned Frogs plan to beat the Rice Owls in collecting monetary gifts from alumni. But the Frogs have a long way to go. TCU’s alumni-giving...
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