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TCU Dutchmen perched in the front row of the student section vs Tarleton State, Sept. 10, 2022. Photo courtesy of Gregg Ellman

How TCU’s Dutchmen became the face of the student section

By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer
Published Nov 3, 2022
The TCU Dutchmen are a select spirit squad that interact closely with the student section at athletic events. They've only been around a decade, but they've made an impact on the game day experience.
TCUs head football coach Francis Schmidt led the Frogs to their first Southwest Conference championship. Dec. 4, 1929.

Francis Schmidt: A story of TCU coaching excellence

By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer
Published Oct 28, 2022
TCU's Sonny Dykes has won his first seven games as head coach of the Frogs football team. The last coach to do that was Francis Schmidt, who led TCU football and basketball to conference championships.

Music group builds foundation, friendship for 2 TCU students

By Ariana Williams
Published Nov 14, 2019
Two TCU students form a bond through their individual creativity and a group titled 8 Way.
Cellini and Trung talk weekly, catching each other up on their personal and professional lives. Credit: Trung

Making the first year count

By Grace Toups
Published May 27, 2019
Trung Nguyen, assistant dean of Student Development Services, works to ensure each student makes the most of their time at TCU.

Is TCU’s firework obsession because of Boschini? ‘It doesn’t hurt.’

By Rachel Tiede
Published May 10, 2017
It's not hard to find fireworks at a TCU celebration, and the school spends thousands on them each year. But the Chancellor says it's worth it.
Alena Jarvis, Drew Medford, Nick Sheldon and Rebecca Read were remembered at the memorial. Ryder Buttry/TCU360

SGA holds student memorial to honor lives of four students

By Ryder Buttry
Published May 4, 2017
The TCU community came together Tuesday afternoon to honor the lives of the four students who died this past year.

TCU’s diversity falls middle of the road compared to peer institutions

By Rachel Tiede
Published Apr 5, 2017
The university had its most diverse student body ever this year, but is continuing to push for more.
Shawn Johnson lecturing at an event hosted by DG (Nicole Strong/ TCU360).

Delta Gamma goes for gold with Lectureship event

By Nicole Strong
Published Feb 15, 2017
TCU welcomed Shawn Johnson to campus last week for an event hosted by Delta Gamma.
Steps at the library that repeat the same verse in a variety of languages.

Cultural differences affect students studying in US

By Daniela Mendoza
Published Feb 15, 2017

Students studying abroad must face cultural differences when living in a different country, but TCU international students are finding ways to deal with cultural differences. When sophomore social...

TCUs plan for the future

TCU’s plan for the future

By Hunter Geisel
Published Feb 15, 2017
The Physical Plant has revealed its master plan and will include projects to help academic and student growth.
Emma Coley gets ready to ride the rickshaw around Trinity Trail (Makenzie Stallo/TCU 360).

Students help elders “Cycle Without Age”

By Makenzie Stallo
Published Feb 15, 2017
Residents of the Trinity Terrace retirement community enjoying the outdoors thanks to TCU student volunteers and Cycling Without Age.
Elise Shropshire, winner of TCUs Got Talent

Winner of TCU’s Got Talent makes up for missing out on contest last year

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Feb 15, 2017

  Elise Shropshire won this year's TCU's Got Talent contest with a rendition of Adele’s “I Found A Boy,” on Friday. Shropshire said she picked an Adele song because her voice range...