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M. E. Sadler Hall

Sadler Hall construction means a home for the Honors College

By Skye Moreno and Lonyae CoulterPublished November 15, 2021

https://vimeo.com/645271298 The John V. Roach Honors College, School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Center for International Studies are about to have a new home. Sadler Hall is being renovated...

The parking lot on the east side of The Neeley School of Business will be a residence hall. (Kyla Vogel/Staff Reporter)

Destination set for new residence and dining halls

By Kyla VogelPublished November 10, 2021

The Neeley School of Business is due for a new neighbor in just a few years. The parking lot, bordered by Merida and Lubbock Avenues and West Lowden Street, will be the site of TCU’s first residence...

Students gather in the commons to chat with the chancellor on Thursday afternoon.  Photo by Kyla Vogel.

Additional housing and dining facilities to be East Campus bound

By Kyla VogelPublished November 2, 2021

Another building boom is on the horizon. On Friday, TCU’s Board of Trustees is expected to vote on a resolution to build residence halls and dining facilities on East Campus, along with other topics.  This...

The portion of Bellaire Drive north of Lot 9 will be closed until fall 2020. Photo by Nikki Spellman.

Bellaire Drive closed to pedestrian traffic

By Nikki SpellmanPublished December 9, 2019

Construction on the new administration building will force students to take a different route to class.  A small portion of Bellaire Drive north of Lot 9 was closed on Saturday, Nov. 30 as a part...

New music center to host 2 rounds of international piano competition

New music center to host 2 rounds of international piano competition

By Camryn AlmeidoPublished November 20, 2019

After 20 years of being held in Bass Performance Hall, the preliminary and quarterfinal rounds of The Cliburn International Piano Competition will return to campus in 2021. It will be held in the soon-to-be...

Project managers are unsure about the certification level of the new administration building. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto

Construction standards promote sustainability

By Renee Umsted and Renee UmstedPublished October 16, 2019

Though construction can have negative impacts on the environment, TCU implements standards in its building practices that aim to decrease possible harmful effects. The university adheres to Leadership...

A student walking past an on-campus parking lot. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

New year, same problem: Parking pains for commuters

By Grace AmissPublished September 6, 2019

A student walking to class from an on-campus parking lot. Photo by Heesoo Yang. TCU's parking situation has felt the effects of campus construction, creating frustrations for commuter students. Michaella...

Chancellor Boschini speaks at his annual town hall in March 2013. Photo by TCU 360.

Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee

By Garrett PodellPublished April 12, 2019

Chancellor Boschini speaks at his annual town hall in March 2013. Photo by TCU 360. Chancellor Victor Boschini and the Board of Trustees met a week ago to discuss a number of topics ranging from construction...

The Amon G. Carter Stadium construction continues to make progress. Photo by Livia Lavender.

Rainy days push stadium construction a month behind schedule

By Livia LavenderPublished February 28, 2019

The Amon G. Carter Stadium construction continues to make progress. Photo by Livia Lavender. The expansion of premium seating in Amon G. Carter Stadium likely won't be complete by the start of the...

Renderings of the new music center. Photo courtesy of TCU Fine Arts.

TCU Music Center will open in Fall 2020

By Bing BantaPublished February 14, 2019

TCU students will get the chance to check out the new music center's dedication to an internationally acclaimed pianist in the near future. Elizabeth Deegan, who oversees the construction of the new...

FILE - This March 2, 2011 file photo shows President Barack Obama presenting a 2010 National Medal of Arts to pianist Van Cliburn during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington.  Cliburn, the internationally celebrated pianist whose triumph at a 1958 Moscow competition helped thaw the Cold War and launched a spectacular career that made him the rare classical musician to enjoy rock star status  died early Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, at his Fort Worth home following a battle with bone cancer.  He was 78. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, file)

Concert hall of new Music Center to be named for late Van Cliburn

By Taylor BoserPublished November 12, 2018

The concert hall of the TCU Music Center currently under construction will be named for late Van Cliburn, the concert pianist who skyrocketed to fame at 23 when he won the inaugural International Tchaikovsky...

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