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Staff Assembly members listening as Michelle Whiteley explains the new benefits.

Full-time employee benefits change

By Nia Brookins
Published Oct 17, 2016
Full-time faculty and staff members will see changes to their health and life insurance next year.
Image Courtesy of The Odyssey Online

Meditation group aims to reduce stress, anxiety and improve sleep

By Elizabeth Hinz
Published Oct 12, 2016
TCU talks meditation benefits.
The clown was spotted after midnight wearing a white mask with red rimmed eyes and mouth. The person was walking around campus with two others who were not dressed as clowns.

Considering dressing as a clown? Cavins-Tull suggests you reconsider

By Jocelyn Sitton
Published Oct 4, 2016
TCU administration responds to the clown craze.
Staff members of the TCU post office attend to students receiving packages or mail.

TCU post office makes new changes

By Tamera Hyatte
Published Sep 22, 2016
The TCU post office made changes to its hours and services to accommodate for more packages.
Ray Brown is no longer dean of admission. (Photo courtesy of TCU)

Dean of admission moves on from university

By Kacey Bowen
Published Sep 21, 2016
Ray Brown is no longer the dean of admission
TCU class of 2020 breaks gender ratio

TCU class of 2020 breaks gender ratio

By Kristen Clarke
Published Sep 15, 2016
For the first time in over 10 years, the TCU class of 2020 is below 60 percent female.
The Fort Worth Transit Authority (FWTA) has recently decided to end the free regional bus pass program for the TCU community. According to an e-mail Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Michael Russel sent to the TCU community last week, the FWTA determined that this free Transit pass program was not an economically-sustainable service and ended the program effective this evening.

FWTA regional transit passes no longer free for TCU community

By Monica Dziak
Published Sep 10, 2016
TCU's relationship with the Fort Worth Transit Authority changed this month.
College Factual ranked TCU in the top 200 out of over 1,300 universities in its Best Colleges rankings list. (Jocelyn Sitton / TCU360)

College rankings: Friend or foe?

By Jocelyn Sitton
Published Sep 8, 2016
College Factual, a website designed to give prospective students information on colleges, released their "Best Colleges" rankings for 2017 on Wednesday evening.
Summer 2014 Frog Campers pose at Challenge B, one of the Texas camps that will now be free.

Texas Frog Camps are now free for incoming students

Published Apr 12, 2016
The nine Texas camps have between 160 and 350 students and used to cost between $200 and $250.
Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., speaks during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 4, 2013. Reed is drafting a proposal that would require college endowments of more than $1 billion to spend at least 25 percent of their profits every year on financial aid. Reeds goal is to help lower tuition costs for students from working-class families.

TCU has $1 billion endowment; Congress wants to know why

Published Mar 20, 2016
Congress is looking into how TCU and 55 other private schools use their endowments of over $1 billion.
Dr. Stuart Flynn, M.D., has been selected as the founding dean of the new TCU and UNTHSC medical school.

TCU, UNTHSC select dean for medical school

Published Mar 17, 2016
Dr. Stuart Flynn, dean of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, has been named the founding dean of the new M.D. school.
Baker did not have a human resources background when she took over the department in 2013.

Retiring vice chancellor started at the bottom

Published Feb 29, 2016
Karen Baker was hired as a typist for the Neeley School in 1992.