TCU Faculty Assembly may be one step closer to DEI vote

A call for a vote on the DEI overlay proposal will take place Thursday

TCU assistant dean remembered for bettering lives of others

Members across TCU's campus remember assistant dean of campus life and impact she left.

Assistant coach fired amid connection to fed​eral investigation

Corey Barker allegedly received bribes to influence which sports agencies TCU players signed with.

Running to save rhinos

Within the last decade, rhino poaching has increased. TCU Rhino Initiative's upcoming Rhino Run looks to help save endangered rhinos.

#JoltTheVote: A new TCU organization encourages political engagement

Jolt, a Latino civic engagement program, hopes to engage students at TCU to engage in political issues in their community.

March sadness: Dixon ‘shocked’ by NCAA Tournament exclusion as men’s basketball...

TCU's exclusion from the NCAA Tournament came as a surprise to the Horned Frog faithful.

Legend and TCU graduate Dan Jenkins dead at 89

Legendary sports writer and TCU alum Dan Jenkins passed away at the age of 89 Thursday evening.

UPDATE: Men’s basketball assistant coach placed on leave amidst investigation

TCU basketball assistant coach Corey Barker is reportedly linked to the FBI investigation on corruption in college basketball.

Neeley School professor hosting ‘Entrepreneurship Boot Camp’

Dr. Michael Sherrod is hosting an entrepreneurship "boot camp."

Settling in U.S. Refugees in America

While much of the nation's attention has been focused on refugees crossing the Southern border, most refugees admitted to the U.S. last year came from Democratic Republic of Congo
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