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John V. Roach Honors College

Honors College challenges students’ knowledge of Fort Worth with experimental course

By Skye Moreno
Published Oct 11, 2021
The Honors College is testing students' knowledge of Fort Worth in an experimental eight-week course.
Outside of the J.M. Moudy Visual Arts and Communication Building where the College of Fine Arts is located (Ariel Wallace/ TCU 360).

Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship minor returns to TCU

By Ariel Wallace
Published Oct 8, 2021
The Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship program is back at TCU after budget reallocations.
Students stand next to an anesthetized white rhino after assisting with a dehorning procedure in South Africa led by Dr. William Fowlds. Many of the students on the 2019 trip later helped found the TCU Rhino Initiative Club. (Courtesy: Dr. Michael Slattery)

TCU Rhino Initiative plans for the semester ahead following fifth annual Rhino Run

By Kathryn Lewis
Published Oct 8, 2021
The TCU Rhino Initiative held its fifth annual 5K and has more plans for the future.
Pictured: Sandra Brown, Michael Brown and ELF awardees Wafa Shaikh and Matt Grubb. Photo by Glenn Ellman.

Are you a rising junior? Doing this can land you full tuition for your junior and senior year

By Chloe Cloud
Published Sep 28, 2021
The Excellence in Literary Fiction (ELF) scholarship that originated out of a love tale grants one winning applicant two full years of tuition for their junior and senior year.
TCU’s Music Center lit up at 9:30 p.m. on Thursday. The Music Center is one of the buildings on campus dedicated to the College of Fine Arts.

Working overtime: night classes become a new reality for most students

By Ella Gibson
Published Sep 26, 2021
COVID makes night classes the norm for many students.
Fox squirrels are common on TCUs campus. (Camilla Price/Staff Reporter)

TCU iNaturalist project brings students closer to campus wildlife

By Camilla Price
Published Sep 20, 2021
More than 600 plant and animal species have been recorded on campus from TCU's iNaturalist project.
Frog Fountain

The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years

By Izzy McFadden
Published May 14, 2021
A former student described Hartman as a true motivator, and extremely passionate when caring for his students.
A rainbow flag is held in the crowd during the drag show event (JD Pells/Staff Photographer)

Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course

By Katherine Lester
Published May 6, 2021
'The Queer art of drag' was offered as a course for the first time this semester.
Students study out on the Commons.

Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week

By Mia Yarto
Published May 5, 2021
With the elimination of study days, students discuss reducing their stress during finals.
Race and Reconciliation event

Boschini responds to faculty criticism over recent interview

By Amanda Vasquez
Published Apr 30, 2021
Chancellor Boschini responds to faculty budget cut letter and new honor code initiatives on campus.
TCUs first ever RRI day was held Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Historical findings, plans for action announced at TCU’s first ‘Reconciliation Day’

By Kathryn Lewis
Published Apr 23, 2021
The event was a culmination of a yearlong academic effort to examine TCU's history.
Frog Statue by Reed and Scharbauer Hall

Settlement reached between TCU, former professor in discrimination lawsuit

By Benton McDonald
Published Apr 19, 2021
The lawsuit was filed last January and alleged racial and gender discrimination.