Students got the chance to relive their childhood when a petting zoo came to the campus commons.
The TCU Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences held a free flu shot clinic in the University Recreation Center on Wednesday, Oct. 7, that gave a vaccination to approximately 3,500 people affiliated with TCU.
The chancellor’s cabinet is taking students’ opinions into account as it prepares a formal resolution for the Board of Trustees. A decision will be made on Nov. 14.
Ravitch gave a well-received talk on the dangers facing the education system in America.
Movember is the Interfraternity Council’s new philanthropy.
The Texas Secretary of State met with students Wednesday to talk about his experience in politics as well as the importance of voting.
The council’s vote will not force TCU students living off-campus to find new arrangements.
Student volunteers have been preparing for weeks to ready the school for Hunter Hayes and the fall concert.
A record breaking performance and an individual title propelled the Frogs to a first-place finish.
“We have freshmen who may have been having a rough week,” team leader Alicia James said. “We want to help get them out of themselves and their own boxes for a second.”