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TCU fashion students adjust to a fashion industry changed by COVID-19

By Alexis King
Published Sep 21, 2020
TCU fashion merchandising students are exploring new ways to succeed in the fashion industry.
White coats stand on display at the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine announcement event in 2018. (Cristian ArguetaSoto/Staff Photographer)

$25 million donated to the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine

By Molly Boyce
Published Sep 17, 2020
The endowment from Anne Marion and the Burnett Foundation was given in support of the Lead On campaign.
Milton Daniel Hall, the residence hall for honors students. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Honors College begins to see change in student application pool

By Ben Kasper
Published Sep 17, 2020
TCU's John V. Roach Honors College application process favors essays over test scores and GPAs.
Jesslyn Lane (bottom row, third from left), a senior nursing major, said sometimes the competitive environment in nursing amplifies the pressure she already puts on herself to do well in school. “It’ just the environment we put ourselves in and everyone is just always pushing each other, so I think maybe it just makes it worse for me,” she said. (Jesslyn Lane/Nursing Major)

Nursing students concerned about not reaching required clinical quotas

By Astrid Souto
Published Sep 16, 2020
TCU's nursing students fear not being able to graduate on time due to missing time because of COVID-19 exposure or infection.
Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Teresa Dahlberg speaks at TCU’s 148th Convocation on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. (Photo courtesy of TCUs Youtube channel)

TCU celebrates its 148th convocation

By Haley Cabrera
Published Sep 15, 2020
Chancellor Boschini shared his aspirations for the academic year alongside several members of the TCU community.
Mary Couts Burnett Library

Instructors, students given distance learning option

By Benton McDonald
Published Jun 24, 2020
The university will also be moving some courses to an online format for the semester.
Transition to distance learning poses challenges to nursing program

Transition to distance learning poses challenges to nursing program

By Shannon Murphy
Published Apr 6, 2020
TCU nursing students have transitioned to online learning, without the hands-on experiences that normally comes with attending classes on campus.
TCU Graduation (photo courtesy of

Seniors react to postponing May Commencement

By Alexa Hines
Published Mar 27, 2020
May Commencement will now be held in August.
Photo by TCU Maps

TCU announces revised pass/no credit policy

By Alexis King
Published Mar 21, 2020
The mid-semester switch to distance learning prompts the university to reconsider the current academic policy.
TCU Master of Accounting program set to go to China this winter

TCU Master of Accounting program set to go to China this winter

By Owen Roche
Published Dec 5, 2019
Master of Accounting students are excited to experience what business is like for one of the major trading partners of the U.S.
Sophomores Laska Anderson and Courtney May embrace each other following a stunning victory over Texas A&M. Image courtesy of

Rhodes Scholarship finalist put herself second in athletics, academics

By Robbie Vaglio
Published Nov 22, 2019
TCU's newest Rhodes Scholarship finalist didn't think she was worthy of the scholarship, but her professors and coaches disagree.
A meeting room with students sitting behind desks.

SGA to implement honor code on campus soon

By Tatum Smith
Published Nov 15, 2019
SGA is working to implement TCU's honor code around campus.