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Settlement reached between TCU, former professor in discrimination lawsuit

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 19, 2021

TCU and a former economics professor reached a settlement last week in a lawsuit that alleged discrimination by the university. Parties representing both sides came to an agreement after meeting with...

TCU hosted a COVID-19 drive-thru vaccine clinic at the parking lots of the Amon G. Carter Stadium.

Thousands of TCU community members receive COVID-19 vaccines as university supply increases

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 14, 2021

Over 2,000 TCU students, faculty and staff received a COVID-19 vaccine last week and more doses are on the way.  Roughly 36% of the campus community has now been given at least one dose of either...

The Harrison Administration Building

Board approves tuition freeze, RRI actions but doesn’t act on eligibility issue spurred by Williams

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 12, 2021

TCU’s Board of Trustees approved the university's first tuition freeze in two decades at their annual meeting last week.  The plans to not raise tuition were announced in November but became...

Chancellor Boschini at the faculty town hall, March 30th, 2021 (Benton McDonald/TCU360)

Chancellor talks stimulus money, COVID-19 vaccines and more at limited attendance faculty town hall

By Benton McDonaldPublished March 30, 2021

TCU plans to take its share of the latest round of government stimulus after declining similar assistance last year.  Chancellor Victor Boschini announced the university's plans at a faculty meeting...


TCU, former professor each file motions for judgment in discrimination lawsuit

By Benton McDonaldPublished March 1, 2021

Lawyers for TCU have asked a federal court to reject a discrimination claim filed by a former economics professor, arguing in part that she voluntarily resigned.  But attorneys for Dr. Silda Nikaj,...

Student walking on sidewalk, now with melting snow.

TCU announces online-only weekend classes as makeup for winter storm cancellations

By Benton McDonaldPublished February 24, 2021

Three Saturday class dates have been added to the semester calendar after unprecedented winter weather canceled most classes last week. The makeup dates were announced by Provost Teresa Abi-Nader...

Campus commons snow

TCU extends use of campus recreation center as shelter for students

Updated Feb. 16 2:20 p.m. Many students living off-campus are still without power today. Students last night were able to sleep in the campus recreation center and eat in Market Square today. Kathy...

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TCU closes campus Monday, moves classes online as winter weather continues

By Benton McDonaldPublished February 14, 2021

TCU is moving classes online Monday to avoid making up instruction time with weekend classes. The university announced Sunday that campus will be closed Monday as snow continues to fall in Fort Worth....


TCU fraternity on probation after investigation into car crash

By Benton McDonaldPublished January 28, 2021

TCU placed a fraternity on probation after a hazing investigation revealed that students involved in a car crash last November had been sent by the chapter to steal property from another school.  Lambda...

Scharbauer Hall

Judge won’t throw out claim that TCU officials were indifferent to discrimination

By Benton McDonaldPublished January 21, 2021

A federal lawsuit will move forward on claims that minority students face higher risks of discrimination and that university officials responded to discrimination allegations with “deliberate indifference."...

In this Dec. 10, 2020, file photo, registered nurses swab patients during testing for COVID-19 organized by Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers at Mifflin Square Park, in south Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)

TCU expands campus testing sites for spring semester

By Benton McDonaldPublished January 7, 2021

TCU students, faculty and staff will have more ways to be tested for COVID-19 on-campus this spring. Curative will continue operating the testing site located across the street from the Brown-Lupton...

Dr. Joseph Varon, the chief medical officer at United Memorial Medical Center, receives the first dose of Modernas COVID-19 vaccine after receiving a delivery of 200 doses, Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, in Houston. The hospital, which serves primarily low-income and uninsured patients, did not receive any of the Pfizer vaccines last week. This week, Houston hospitals will receive 3,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine, according to the Houston Health Department. It will be distributed to healthcare workers, in accordance with the Texas Department of State Health Services guidelines. (Godofredo A. Vásquez/Houston Chronicle via AP)

TCU receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines

By Benton McDonaldPublished December 22, 2020

TCU health center staff will likely be among the first people to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on campus. A batch of 100 doses is on its way to the Brown-Lupton Health Center, according to an email sent...

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