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A Froggie 5-0 cart transports a student across campus late at night. (Photo courtesy of Riley Garlinghouse)

Froggie 5-0 considers, tests new changes in preparation for the fall

By Trevor MatthewsPublished April 18, 2022

A task force is considering changes to Froggie 5-0 that could minimize the late night golf cart service and instead have students opt for buddy walking. "This is something that is in consideration...

Plans for the new TCU School of Medicine to be located in the heart of the Fort Worth medical district. (Image courtesy of TCU)

TCU unveils plans for the new TCU School of Medicine

By Lucy PuentePublished March 1, 2022

The new TCU School of Medicine unveiled plans to put down its roots in the heart of Fort Worth’s medical district. Plans for the four-story, 100,000 square foot education building were announced...

Purple salt was placed after ice closed campus for the second time this semester. (Micah Pearce/Staff Photographer)

On-campus dining options close, classes cancelled soon after

By Micah PearcePublished February 23, 2022

Due to inclement weather, TCU's campus closed at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23 and will remain closed until 6 a.m. Friday. But before the winter closure announcement, students were shocked Wednesday morning...

Crockett Row at West 7th is hosting a Purple Pop-Up Shop on Friday, September 24, from noon to 7 p.m., at 2959 Crockett Street (Crockett Row Marketing).

Crockett Row hosts “Purple Pop-Up Shop” for TCU fans Friday

By Tristen SmithPublished September 24, 2021

On the first day of the 2021 Family Weekend at TCU, members of the community have a unique opportunity to purchase new gameday attire and items ahead of the football game against Southern Methodist University. A...

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

By Ariana Williams, Kathryn Lewis, Ariana Williams and Kathryn LewisPublished December 3, 2019

TCU's mental health center is looking to rethink the traditional model of college mental health through the implementation of new programs and initiatives. The counseling and mental health center received...

Fraternity looks to highlight minority women through pageant

Fraternity looks to highlight minority women through pageant

By Ariana WilliamsPublished November 14, 2019

Beauty, brains and black excellence are the focus of historically black Alpha Phi Alpha's annual pageant that awards one female TCU student with a scholarship.  Eta Psi chapter fraternity members...

Dr. Teresa Dahlberg, dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University. Photo via Syracuse University.

Dahlberg named provost

By Taylor BoserPublished December 10, 2018

TCU introduced its new provost Monday saying that she has a proven track record of success, with an emphasis on research and recruiting high-achieving students. Dr . Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg is expected...

FILE - This March 2, 2011 file photo shows President Barack Obama presenting a 2010 National Medal of Arts to pianist Van Cliburn during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington.  Cliburn, the internationally celebrated pianist whose triumph at a 1958 Moscow competition helped thaw the Cold War and launched a spectacular career that made him the rare classical musician to enjoy rock star status  died early Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, at his Fort Worth home following a battle with bone cancer.  He was 78. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, file)

Concert hall of new Music Center to be named for late Van Cliburn

By Taylor BoserPublished November 12, 2018

The concert hall of the TCU Music Center currently under construction will be named for late Van Cliburn, the concert pianist who skyrocketed to fame at 23 when he won the inaugural International Tchaikovsky...

Crews install new waterline on W. Cantey for new fashion merchandising building (photo by Richard Edgemon).

TCU Board of Trustees vote on increasing tuition, updates on construction

By Taylor BoserPublished November 9, 2018

TCU Board of Trustees approved a tuition hike Friday at its fall meeting. Tuition will increase by 4.9 percent next fall, according to Mark Johnson, chairman of the board of trustees. Financial aid...

TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini, UNT President Michael Williams, Mayor Betsy Price, and Dr. Stuart Flynn (left to right) at the school of medicine accreditation announcement Friday morning. Photo by Cristian Argueta Soto.

TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine aces accreditation

By Carolina OlivaresPublished October 19, 2018

 The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine hopes to level up Texas healthcare by mentoring empathetic students to build solid foundations in their relationships with patients. The school of medicine...

Wednesdays career fair will begin at 10 a.m. in the Tucker Technology Center.

Engineering and Technology Career Fair offers networking opportunities

By Dylan GuestPublished October 2, 2018

Students looking for an internship or full-time job in the science and engineering field can find more information at the Engineering and Technology Career Fair Wednesday. Gabriela Pineider, the...

The Brown Lupton Health Center is located right behind the Brown Lupton University Union on Stadium Dr. (Credit: TCU)

Update: Three confirmed cases of mumps at TCU

By Taylor BoserPublished September 17, 2018

Updated 9/17: The TCU Health Center alerted the campus Monday morning that two more students have contracted the mumps. The health center urged students to refrain from sharing drinks and eating utensils...

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