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New associate vice chancellor of facilities settles into job, leads construction efforts

New associate vice chancellor of facilities settles into job, leads construction efforts

Published Aug 25, 2012

After spending 20 years in the Air Force, Lt. Col. Todd Waldvogel wanted to keep serving his country while continuing to use his engineering and leadership skills to support a different mission. As...

Circle of Excellence construction could begin in July

Circle of Excellence construction could begin in July

Published Jun 28, 2012

As the dust settles along the newly redeveloped Frog Alley, work crews will begin construction on a monument honoring a variety of student achievement near the east side of the stadium as early as July.

Plans for the structure, which will take about five months to complete, have waited nine years to break ground on campus.

Live stream: TCU officials discuss campus drug bust

Published Feb 15, 2012

TCU is holding a press conference to discuss a record drug bust on campus. Live video from your iPhone using Ustream

Video: Construction is ongoing but there are no health risks

Published Nov 12, 2011

Although construction around campus seems unending, there is nothing to be concerned about when breathing in the air. Construction companies have specific rules and regulations mandated by the government...

Nominees for Mr. and Ms. TCU announced

Nominees for Mr. and Ms. TCU announced

Published Oct 13, 2011

The search for the new Mr. and Ms. TCU narrows.  The top five candidates for each category are listed below.  Students can cast their final vote on Monday, October 17th from 9 a.m to midnight...

Lots of construction, little machinery theft at TCU

Published Oct 5, 2011

Construction sites can be hot spots for thieves but not at TCU. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Texas was ranked number one in 2010 as the state with the highest number of heavy equipment...

Slideshow: The week in pictures

Slideshow: The week in pictures

Published Oct 2, 2011

A heartbreaking loss to rival SMU put a damper on a week marked by pet blessings, a big win for the volleyball team and more. Check out the week in pictures.

Stadium construction makes some fans uncomfortable on game days

Published Sep 29, 2011

It is almost impossible to ignore the towering structure that is Amon Carter Stadium. The stadium is currently undergoing a $143 million renovation. Construction is nothing new to TCU students and faculty....

Low employment rate for recent education grads

Published Sep 28, 2011

The cycle of teacher employment is on the low side for the next two years after Texas’ budget cut earlier this year. According to a comparison chart, Texas Education Agency’s total federal...

TCU to sell bonds for Worth Hills Village construction

TCU to sell bonds for Worth Hills Village construction

Published Sep 28, 2011

It is not uncommon for universities like TCU to issue bonds to pay for new construction. “[TCU] has issued bonds for a number of years for capital projects,” Director of Fitch Ratings Education...

Parts of temporary construction on stadium goes unnoticed

Parts of temporary construction on stadium goes unnoticed

Published Sep 28, 2011

Before fans can experience and appreciate the new Amon G. Carter Stadium, they must endure some temporary features and amenities, both seen and unseen. During the first home game two weeks ago, the stadium...

New construction on Stadium Drive causes congestion

Published Sep 15, 2011

Construction has been a relevant topic on campus for quite some time and the issue has caused an uproar amongst the student body. The hassles with the Stadium Drive project have caused traffic congestion...