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Photos: 2015 Fall Commencement

Published Dec 19, 2015


December graduates may fair better on the job market

December graduates may fair better on the job market

Published Dec 19, 2015
December graduates may have an advantage over those graduating in the spring when it comes to availability in the job market, job quality and salaries.

TCU now offers certificate in diversity

Published Dec 18, 2015
The population of students of color has risen steadily over the past five years, and TCU is now taking initiative to reflect that change.
Junior biology major Leslie Gonzalez studies for organic chemistry in the periodical section of the Mary Couts Burnett Library.

Library makes study space changes for finals week

Published Dec 14, 2015
Expanding quiet zones and 24-hour access are some of the changes to the library's finals week schedule
An honors laureate is accompanied by Provost Nowell Donovan (left). Photo courtesy of Lauren Nixon of the Honors College.

Honors College searching for a new dean

Published Dec 13, 2015
A committee of 18 members are in the process of looking for a new dean for the John V. Roach Honors College.
Dee J. Kelly Center offers alternative study space for students

Dee J. Kelly Center offers alternative study space for students

Published Dec 12, 2015
Students also share some of their favorite, lesser-known places on campus to study.
From left to right: Roxstars Whitney Machacek, Addy Kryger, Oscar Roel, Hayley Byk and Madison Gottlieb attended the Worthy Awards on November 5 at the Fort Worth Club. Roxos President Roel, here pictured holding an Award of Achievement, worked on the Revitalize Charging Solutions team. Gottlieb, account executive, holds a Worthy Award alongside coworker Byk in recognition of her teams work for Fort Worth Bike Sharing. Roxstars Machacek and Kryger were not members of the award-winning teams but do serve as copywriter and social media manager, respectively, for Roxo, according to Roxos website.

Roxo awarded for its third consecutive year at Worthy Awards

Published Dec 7, 2015
Two social media campaigns garnered more accolades for the student-run strategic communication agency.
Student completing an eSPOT

Professors emphasize importance of eSPOTs

Published Dec 3, 2015
Faculty and staff are continuing to encourage students to fill out their eSPOT surveys.
One of the newest deans on campus - Dean Anne Helmreich of the College of Fine Arts

Here, there and back again

Published Nov 26, 2015
Anne Helmreich, an art historian who has a history with TCU, is now making the school a part of her future.
Frogs CARE peer educators

Frogs CARE peer educators highlight effects of tobacco

By Monica Dziak
Published Nov 25, 2015
"Off the Hookah" was designed in order to educate students on the effects of all tobacco forms.
TCU students pose with the Eiffel Tower on a study abroad trip in France last summer.

Study abroad will continue as planned with future sessions

Published Nov 21, 2015
Study abroad officials have said programs for the spring semester will not be hindered by last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
Dr. Ric  Bonnell poses with Ruth and Moliere Jacques in Haiti. They lived with the Bonnells in Texas for a few months while she was receiving therapy for her leg malformation.

Global Impact on Healthcare to feature panel of renowned professionals

By Claire Girman and Sophia Doumani
Published Nov 16, 2015
The Global Impact on Healthcare panel will feature five medical professionals with decades of experience in global healthcare.