CDC: Most maternal deaths could be prevented

Poverty and limited access to health care continue to make childbirth more risky for American women.

Sewo Olonilua arrested on felony drug charge

Olonilua was released from Walker County Jail after posting $4,000 bond.

Usher applauds for each individual graduate

Andrew Thomas, a staff worker at TCU, was motivated by his daughter to congratulate each TCU graduate.

Air Force ROTC’s year in a glance

Sarena Shilts is the first woman to receive the Kenneth and Kaylynn Caldwell Leadership Excellence award.

Bringing roundnet to campus

Sophomore Nick Noguez and freshman Matthew Dena started a new club sports team on campus, Roundnet.

IT plans to upgrade TCU’s telephone system

The IT department is working to upgrade TCU's telephone systems.

The dual admission process for dance majors

Prospective dance students must be accepted to both the university and the dance program.

TCU dean of admission promotes diversity, equity and inclusion

TCU's dean of admission Heath Einstein is the image of diversity, equity and inclusion.

Marathon runner persists after being mauled by a pit bull

A Fort Worth marathon runner who was mauled by an unleashed pit bull is not letting the attack stop her from running.

Overcoming obstacles: graduate faces challenges inside, outside classroom

A TCU senior will walk down the aisle next weekend at graduation — something many people didn't think he'd be able to accomplish because of the life-threatening disease he battles.
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