Alum inspires current dancers to pursue their passions

Domingo Estrada always dreamt of being a mechanical engineer -- until he started dancing.

Supreme Court’s landmark campaign finance case approaches 10-year anniversary

The court's 2010 decision in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission has led to increases in how much campaigns collect and spend on elections.

Australians find athletic, academic home at TCU

After leaving home in Australia, Ella Hellesey and Maddi Puli have both found a new home here at TCU on the women's basketball team.

Representing TCU admission in a smaller region

Caitlin Provost works as the regional director for an area that represents under 2 percent of TCU's population.

SGA funds parking counter for Lubbock lot

A new sign outside the lot on Lubbock Avenue shows commuters how many spots are available.

First-year student wins Dr. Pepper tuition giveaway at Big 12 Championship

Jazlyn Rodriguez defeated her opponent by nine points.

TCU Master of Accounting program set to go to China this...

Master of Accounting students are excited to experience what business is like for one of the major trading partners of the U.S.

Opponent of restructuring employee benefits removed from committee

Boschini has to make a recommendation to the board of trustees about restructuring faculty benefits by the next meeting in April.

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

New changes to the counseling and mental health center look to aid students and their mental health

Rhodes Scholarship finalist put herself second in athletics, academics

TCU's newest Rhodes Scholarship finalist didn't think she was worthy of the scholarship, but her professors and coaches disagree.
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