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Student involved in hazing incident had blood alcohol five times the...

Court documents filed in connection with allegations of hazing at Kappa Sigma portray an afternoon of drinking that ended with an unconscious student being taken to the hospital.

Conversations continue about TCU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

TCU administrators met with faculty, staff and students Tuesday for a discussion about the efforts of the diversity, equity and inclusion committee.

FDA fears new generation of nicotine addicts, blames e-cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes are advertised as a way to help adult smokers — however, it's leading young adults to become addicted to nicotine.

Letter to the Editor: Senior is frustrated with parking

One student sent a letter to the editor about her concerns on parking at TCU.

Weekend hosted by TCU Nursing to support healthy choices

Nursing weekend invites TCU community to abstain from alcohol and drugs for 72 hours.

UPDATE: Student affairs wants to ‘encourage good judgement’ following hazing arrests

Reports say Barksdale and Walker forced Kappa Sigma pledges to eat expired guacamole and take 15 drinks of vodka.

TCU to ask faculty about diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in...

DEI committee hopes to lead faculty towards more commitment to diversity across all departments.

Students feel left out of campus activities

Some upper class students feel that TCU doesn't treat each respective year equally.

Health center offers free booster vaccines in light of mumps case

Three cases of mumps prompted the health center to provide free booster shots to students who may have been exposed.

It’s not too late to register to vote for the midterm...

TCU students open up about why they think voting is so important.
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