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Discovering Global Citizenship program awarded for excellence

Discovering Global Citizenship program awarded for excellence

Published Jan 30, 2015

The Institute of International Education (IIE) has recognized TCU study abroad’s Discovering Global Citizenship program for its innovation.  The program was one of 10 initiatives nationwide to...

TCU Day at the Stock Show turns Will Rogers Coliseum purple

‘TCU Day’ at the Stock Show turns Will Rogers Coliseum purple

Published Jan 30, 2015

Wednesday was TCU Day at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. The event, Let’s Rodeo Purple, brought students, alumni and fans together.  TCU Rangers, Showgirls, Frog Corps, cheerleaders and...

Counseling and Mental Health Center provides 24/7 helpline

Counseling and Mental Health Center provides 24/7 helpline

Published Jan 30, 2015

TCU's Counseling and Mental Health Center is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., but students facing a crisis after hours only have to pick up their phones for help. Thanks to a grant...

Dallas employment company connects with information systems club

Dallas employment company connects with information systems club

Published Jan 30, 2015

Brooksource recruiters Jason Caress and Emily Schallhorn spoke in Smith Hall Thursday night to TCU’s Association for Information Systems (AIS) club. Brooksource is a company that works...

Order of Omega prepares for upcoming semester

Order of Omega prepares for upcoming semester

Published Jan 29, 2015

The Order of Omega honor society is planning a week of activities in March for the entire Greek community. Order of Omega is a service-based organization made up of students that rank in the top 10...

APO hosts blood drive on campus

APO hosts blood drive on campus

Published Jan 29, 2015

Theron Smith said he was nervous as he sat in the waiting area to donate blood to the Red Cross as part of Alpha Phi Omega's biannual blood drive Wednesday. "There's bags of blood everywhere," he said....

Construction plans released for new greek houses

Construction plans released for new greek houses

Published Jan 29, 2015

TCU is prepared to begin its next phase of construction on campus with the building of the new Greek houses. The construction will include six sorority and five fraternity homes, said Harold Leeman,...

2015: Another big year for campus construction

2015: Another big year for campus construction

Published Dec 27, 2014

The year 2015 is shaping up to bring more bulldozers and cranes across campus adding to the growing trend of continuous construction at TCU. There are six projects underway with expected completion...

Campus Cat Group Celebrates 10 Years

Campus Cat Group Celebrates 10 Years

Published Oct 31, 2014

Students walking to class Friday afternoon got a chance to cuddle with some special visitors in front of Mary Couts Burnett Library. Frogs and Cats Together, or FACT, celebrated its 10th anniversary...

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Renovations Bring Facility into the 21st Century

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Renovations Bring Facility into the 21st Century

Published Oct 2, 2014

Once filled with cheering students and team spirit, the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum echoes with the sounds of jackhammers and bulldozers. “We are trying to catch up with other NCAA facilities,” said Patrick...

Updated classrooms introduced in the Bass Building

Updated classrooms introduced in the Bass Building

Published Sep 24, 2014

The new addition to the Annie Richardson Bass Building brings new elements of creative learning to students in the Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences. “We wanted to facilitate teaching...

New technology makes simulation look like reality

New technology makes simulation look like reality

Published Sep 16, 2014

The final phase of the Annie Richardson Bass Building will have new high-tech simulations to give nursing students the feeling they are working in the emergency room. “We have a birthing mannequin...