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Harry Vincent says TCU lifts suspension for social media posts

Harry Vincent says TCU lifts suspension for social media posts

Published Aug 8, 2015
TCU has walked back its suspension of a student after he made a series of social media posts the university deemed offensive.
Gabrielle McBay, who earned a food management degree last December, is expected to appear in the first episode of ABC Family’s “Job or No Job.”

TCU grad to star in episode of ABC’s “Job or No Job”

Published Aug 5, 2015
Gabrielle McBay, who earned a food management degree last December, is expected to appear in the first episode of ABC Family’s “Job or No Job.”
TCU honored as ‘Great College to Work For’ in 2015

TCU honored as ‘Great College to Work For’ in 2015

Published Jul 23, 2015
For the fifth consecutive year, TCU was named under the category “Great Colleges to Work For” in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
TCU aims to help students with on-campus resources

TCU aims to help students with on-campus resources

Published Jul 14, 2015
TCU wants students to thrive on campus, and it provides various resources to help them do that.
New Graphic Design department offers B.A. degree

New Graphic Design department offers B.A. degree

Published Jun 16, 2015

Newly appointed Department Chair Lewis Glaser said that the evolution of the graphic design department allows the faculty to focus more on the curriculum for their students and to allow for different degree...

Completion date unclear for DMC renovation

Completion date unclear for DMC renovation

Published Jun 3, 2015

Heavy rains could send TCU basketball back to Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. It’s uncertain when the $45 million renovation of Daniel Meyer Coliseum will be complete, said Ross Bailey, TCU’s...

Student Health 101 is finding unique ways to give tips to students

Student Health 101 is finding unique ways to give tips to students

Published May 9, 2015

If you’ve used the restroom in the Brown-Lupton University Union, rec center, TCU Bookstore or Mary Couts Burnett Library you may have noticed an addition to the bathroom stalls. The Stall Street...

University making progress in hiring full-time faculty

University making progress in hiring full-time faculty

Published May 7, 2015

This year, TCU added 25 full-time faculty members and increased the percentage of classes taught by full-time faculty, reducing the number of classes taught by adjuncts. Cathan Coghlan, the director...

To Write Love on Her Arms thrives in hands of underclassmen

To Write Love on Her Arms thrives in hands of underclassmen

Published May 4, 2015

TCU’s To Write Love on Her Arms chapter is approaching its fourth year on campus. It has drastically grown this year under the leadership of two underclassmen, co-president Hank Kilgore said. This...

Intensive English Program students learn outside classroom with conversation partners

Intensive English Program students learn outside classroom with conversation partners

Published Apr 26, 2015

Jenga, Apples to Apples, Catch Phrase and Uno are just some of the ways that students are helping other students in the Intensive English Program work on their English skills and learn more about American...

Students benefiting from extended pass/no credit, drop deadlines

Students benefiting from extended pass/no credit, drop deadlines

Published Apr 26, 2015

Students are appreciating and benefiting from the extended pass/no credit and drop deadlines. Having these deadlines later in the semester allows students to better judge whether or not they are in...

Sorority bakes muffins to show gratitude to professors

Sorority bakes muffins to show gratitude to professors

Published Apr 25, 2015

The women of Alpha Chi Omega said they wanted to do something different this year to show appreciation for professors who positively impacted them. The sorority held its first Muffin Monday, naming...