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Portrait of Mary Couts Burnett in the library.

A donation to history: the fabled story of Mary Couts Burnett

By Laura Lane Heathcott, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
The namesake of TCU's library contested her late husband's will and her insanity conviction to win back her estate.
Sunset at Scharbauer Hall. (Elizabeth Hubbard/TCU360)

Faculty Senate votes in favor of SGA P/NC bill

By Elizabeth Hubbard, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
Horned Frogs might have more time to select the P/NC option.
Theatre TCU Class of 2023 (photo courtesy of Theatre TCU)

Theatre TCU seniors set to perform in New York City

By Caleb Gottry
Published Mar 6, 2023
The Theatre TCU seniors will perform an annual senior showcase
Dance Theatre of Harlem company members performing a piece titled Higher Ground. (Photo courtesy of Dance Theatre of Harlem)

Dance Theatre of Harlem collaborates with TCU dance

By Cate Stewart, Staff Writer
Published Feb 28, 2023
Dance Theatre of Harlem spent two days holding masterclasses, a discussion panel and community event with TCU’s School for Classical and Contemporary Dance.
Zion Dance Project is one of the companies in the lineup for the TCU AIDS benefit Saturday, Feb. 25 at Erma Lowe Hall. Left to right, Kailtin Kinsey, Ann Sterling Dale, Kevyn Butler, Hana Alford, Vincent Hardy (center), Abigail Hardy, Camille DC Sutton, Brittney McClellan, Roma Catania, Courtlyn Hanson, Anna Lee Green.

TCU dance celebrates 30th anniversary of AIDS benefit concert

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Feb 24, 2023
The TCU dance program benefits a Fort Worth AIDS organization for the past 30 years.
Neeley School of Business
fountain. (Spencer Hays Hall)

Applications open for business honors programs

By Elizabeth Hubbard
Published Feb 23, 2023
NLP and Fellows programs have started their recruiting season for first-year, pre-business students.
Business students engage in conversation at the speaker event hosted by Delta Sigma Pi fraternity. (Georgie London/Staff Writer)

Hospital administrator broadens horizons for business students

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Feb 16, 2023
A look into the career of business administration with advice from one of the industry's most successful leaders.
Sadler Hall on February 9, 2022. Along with overhauling the interior, the renovations improved accessibility with ramps along the east side of the building.

Sadler Hall renovations return academics to the center of campus

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer TCU 360
Published Feb 13, 2023
M.E. Sadler Hall went back to its roots this semester when the newly renovated building reopened as an academic hub and home of the honors college.
A small group of people walk in front of the Golden Gate Bridge at Baker Beach in San Francisco, Saturday, March 28, 2020, amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

TCU’s California foothold: A look at the largest out-of-state student population

By Sophia Allen, TCU 360 Staff
Published Jan 7, 2023
There’s no denying TCU has a California connection. For over a decade the Golden State has been second only to Texas when it comes to campus representation.
Clark Jones addresses TCUs September Faculty Senate meeting. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

Proposal to lower graduation requirements goes to Faculty Senate for review

By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer
Published Nov 16, 2022
A measure to reduce graduation requirements was discussed at the Undergraduate Council meeting last Friday, but after debating the changes, the council opted to seek input from the Faculty Senate.
Mary Wright Admission Center

TCU likely to remain test-optional for first-year applicants

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Nov 15, 2022
SAT and ACT scores are also not required to receive scholarships or acceptance into the Honors College, according to the Office of Admissions.
Spring 2016 commencement. (TCU 360 file photo)

TCU Undergraduate Council to vote on graduation reduction Friday

By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2022
The proposed reduction would help transfer students progress more quickly to meet degree requirements.