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TCU students Nik Hall (left) and Garrett Adair (right) in the April 2015 Values and Ventures competition.

Students get the chance to turn their business ideas into a reality

Published Oct 8, 2015
The Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Business Plan Competition helps anyone with a good idea become an entrepreneur. There is a $25,000 prize award for the best business.
The TCU study abroad program in Florence, Italy - home of Il Duomo di Firenze pictured here - is under investigation after concerning student behavior.

Student behavior prompts investigation into Florence program

By Shelby Arnold and Alexa McBride
Published Oct 7, 2015
One study abroad adviser wrote there's concern that TCU students could be having an American experience in Italy.
From left to right, Katie Rettig, Adam Powell and Sam Koehler present the Resolution to the House of Student Representatives. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015.

Students collaborate with faculty on African-American studies minor

Published Oct 6, 2015
The movement to develop an African-American studies minor is gaining momentum.
Panelists address students during the fireside forum on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

Forums guide students to professional success

Published Oct 6, 2015
A panel of TCU alumni addressed students during a forum on Tuesday, Sept. 22, hosted by the College of Science and Engineering.
Co-chair of billion dollar company to speak at TCU

Co-chair of billion dollar company to speak at TCU

Published Oct 5, 2015
The co-chair of the Dwyer Group, Dina Dwyer-Owens, will speak on her journey to business success from 7-9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7 in the BLUU Ballroom.
Photo courtesy of Manuel Rodriguez

TCU professors call attention to disability, diversity

Published Oct 4, 2015
Students are navigating campus in wheelchairs thanks to class assignments that raise awareness about handicap access at TCU.
Freshmen strategic communication majors, Evyn Schmidt and Savannah Botkin studying in the basement of Colby Hall also known as Colby Cove.

Colby Hall residents utilizing new amenities to the fullest

Published Oct 3, 2015
Colby reopened this semester after undergoing its first major renovation since 1957, and students said the changes have created an incredible living experience all-around.
Chemistry Club perform experiments before Homecoming Parade

Chemistry club interacts with kids in homecoming parade

Published Oct 3, 2015

  Members of the TCU Chemistry Club gathered to help visitors and students learn about science while waiting for the TCU homecoming parade on Friday, Oct. 2. Professors and students from...

Athletics programs increase geographical diversity on campus

Athletics programs increase geographical diversity on campus

Published Oct 1, 2015
The 2011 Rose Bowl win sparked interest in TCU for new demographics of prospective students.
Aaron Chimbel, Dr. Melita Garza, Margaret Ritsch, Dr. Doug Newsom 
Courtesy of schieffercollege.tcu.edu

TCU Schieffer College faculty recognized at annual conference

Published Sep 29, 2015
Four faculty members of the TCU Bob Schieffer College of Communication were recognized at the annual conference held by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) in San Francisco in August.
The study abroad group at the U.S. embassy in Delhi, India.

Study abroad experience prompts students to bring human trafficking awareness to TCU

Published Sep 29, 2015
Students from the TCU India Study Abroad will run in the Cowtown Marathon to raise awareness for social issues.
Students study in the newly added Winton Scott study lounge. The renovation occurred over the summer and was paired with technology upgrades for Winton Scott classrooms.

Students respond positively to Winton-Scott renovation

Published Sep 29, 2015
With added study rooms and a community lounge, Winton Scott hall is drawing more attention from students.