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Book authored by youngest Global Innovator

Book authored by youngest Global Innovator

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished October 5, 2019

TCU celebrated the release of "Be a Girl Champion," a book written and illustrated by the youngest-ever TCU Global Innovator. The book, which was launched by the TCU Press, is written by Chloe Reynaldo...

Photo by Jenn Allen | The State Press

From chill pills to study pills

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished August 27, 2019

A continuous rise in stress and anxiety levels have students turning from the taking figurative chill pills to legitimate ‘study pills.' Pursuing a higher education can be a very stressful time...

 Example of an on-premise phone system like the one TCU currently has. 
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IT plans to upgrade TCU’s telephone system

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished May 8, 2019

The Information Technology department is aiming to make communication more effective at TCU. Before expanding the system to other employees, the IT department is undergoing a 60-day free trial...

Diversity, equity and inclusion not taking a break

Diversity, equity and inclusion not taking a break

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished May 5, 2019

Even though it's summer break, TCU's faculty and staff are not taking any time off as they're working to brainstorm ideas concerning campus diversity, equity, and inclusion. Many departments will...

The Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education (CARE) office is forming a coalition, CARE Allies.

TCU forms student coalition about sexual violence

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished April 18, 2019

TCU is working to elevate awareness about college climates and how to address the concerns regarding sexual violence through a student sexual violence coalition. Infographic made by Taylor Brumbaugh...

TCU student, Emma Patterson, practice the connecting principle with Huck, an orphan under Show Hope’s care. Pictured by: Hilliary Cheatham

Donation drive plans to help orphanages in China

By Taylor BrumbaughPublished April 2, 2019

Students and advisors heading to China this summer are going to have to pack light and tight. Although each can bring two suitcases, one will likely be filled with donated items for more than 300...

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