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The red and yellow teams went head to head in Senseless Acts of Comedys first versus show last night.

Senseless Acts of Comedy brings back ‘versus’ show

Published Oct 2, 2015
Senseless Acts of Comedy performed their first versus show of the year Thursday night.
Two of these men and women will soon be crowned Mr. and Mrs. TCU!

Getting to know the Top 10 Mr. and Ms. TCU finalists

Published Oct 2, 2015
Five men and five women will be presented at halftime of the homecoming game.
Students walk alongside the float built by Beta Theta Pi, Chi Omega and Alpha Delta Pi in the 2014 Homecoming Parade. (Kelsey Ritchie/TCU)

It’s Homecoming float time in the heart of Cowtown

Published Oct 2, 2015
Many TCU student organizations are joining together to possibly win a float award for the Homecoming Parade tonight at 6 p.m.
A student interacts with a member of a service agency at the TCU Volunteer Fair.

Volunteer Fair promotes community involvement

Published Oct 1, 2015
More than 60 service agencies from across Fort Worth gathered on the Jarvis lawn to engage with students about service opportunities.
The One Million Reasons team facilitated a workshop on Sept. 28. The workshop focused on building wealth and tips and tools for credit with guest speaker, Kevin Thompson, Financial Advisor, former MLB player and fellow Horned Frog (TCU Student Development Services Facebook page).

SDS launches new financial literacy program

Published Oct 1, 2015
TCU Student Development Services has a new program that teaches students how to handle money and plan for their future.
Athletics programs increase geographical diversity on campus

Athletics programs increase geographical diversity on campus

Published Oct 1, 2015
The 2011 Rose Bowl win sparked interest in TCU for new demographics of prospective students.

TCU launches Fresh Check Day’s first national program

Published Oct 1, 2015
Fresh Check Day holds a fair-like event in the Campus Commons.
Students and community members get back to working out after a two-day power outage.

Temporary generator powered Rec Center, Rickel

Published Sep 30, 2015
TCU students are getting back into routine after two days of no power in the Rec and Rickel.
Aaron Chimbel, Dr. Melita Garza, Margaret Ritsch, Dr. Doug Newsom 
Courtesy of schieffercollege.tcu.edu

TCU Schieffer College faculty recognized at annual conference

Published Sep 29, 2015
Four faculty members of the TCU Bob Schieffer College of Communication were recognized at the annual conference held by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) in San Francisco in August.
Information courtesy of SGA.

Live coverage: SGA discusses campus carry

Published Sep 29, 2015
The SGA is set to propose a formal resolution on their stance for Campus Carry. Join TCU 360 for a live stream and blog of the House meeting.
The study abroad group at the U.S. embassy in Delhi, India.

Study abroad experience prompts students to bring human trafficking awareness to TCU

Published Sep 29, 2015
Students from the TCU India Study Abroad will run in the Cowtown Marathon to raise awareness for social issues.
Students study in the newly added Winton Scott study lounge. The renovation occurred over the summer and was paired with technology upgrades for Winton Scott classrooms.

Students respond positively to Winton-Scott renovation

Published Sep 29, 2015
With added study rooms and a community lounge, Winton Scott hall is drawing more attention from students.