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Flyer for the panel discussion about leadership. Photo from What2do at TCU.

Purple Black and White: A Conversation about leadership

By Tim Daly
Published Feb 13, 2019
Purple Black and White, a discussion centered on leadership, returned for its second consecutive year on campus.
TCU NAACP looks to expand diversity opportunities on campus

TCU NAACP looks to expand diversity opportunities on campus

By Alexis King
Published Feb 5, 2019
In their first general body meeting of the semester, they discussed changing tour routes for prospective students.
ROTCs incoming commander cheers on TCU

ROTC’s incoming commander cheers on TCU

By Carolina Olivares
Published Jan 18, 2019
TCU Army ROTC inducts their 68th battalion commander whose first mission is to make more of an impact on campus.
Students across campus received this image through Airdrop.

Revitalized organization to push for campus-wide sustainability

By Mariana Rivas
Published Nov 27, 2018
TCU Sustainability will host events this week intended to promote environmental consciousness.
Women of Empowerment Organization provides inclusion and support

Women of Empowerment Organization provides ‘inclusion and support’

By Olivia Moody
Published Nov 10, 2018
The student-created organization opens the discussion of issues women of color face on campus.
A member of TCUs Alpha Zeta chapter created the flyer as a simple way to learn about the political candidates

Latin sorority’s politically inspired social media post goes viral

By Taylor Boser
Published Nov 5, 2018
A flyer created by one TCU student is making it easy to learn more about the candidates running for senator, governor and attorney general.
Alpha Chi Omegas flyer for their 2018 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes philanthropy event.

‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ promotes domestic violence awareness

By Dylan Guest
Published Oct 27, 2018
Alpha Chi Omega hosted their annual philanthropy event where men raced each other in heels to raise awareness for domestic violence.
Greek students were invited to table with members of SGA Thursday. Photo courtesy: Jack Wallace

‘It’s on Us’ week shifts focus towards Greek community

By Benton McDonald
Published Oct 26, 2018
The TCU Student Government Association held an open forum for Greek students to talk about sexual violence Thursday night as part of its annual "It's on Us" week.
Students sing worship songs at the Horned Frog BSM’s night of worship. (Photo by Branson Nelson)

Baptist Student Ministry hosts first event of semester

By Branson Nelson
Published Oct 19, 2018
A small student ministry organization welcomed guests to its first event of the semester on Monday night.
A sign that says Vote placed outside in Dallas. Photo by: Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/Kut

Political organizations and their efforts towards midterm elections

By Carolina Olivares
Published Oct 17, 2018
Young Republicans and Democrats at TCU have conversations to influence a higher voter turnout.
The focus on people allows students more of a chance to connect with SGA and those they are represented by. Photo courtesy: TCU SGA

‘Faces of SGA’ campaign looks to improve student outreach

By Benton McDonald
Published Oct 8, 2018
The weekly Instagram posts will highlight an SGA representative and are part of a larger student outreach initiative being led by the SGA marketing team.
The SketchCo team performs scripted comedy once a month. The people in the back row are the writers and performers of Funny Beliefs. - Photo courtesy of Ben Fort

Comedy team to perform at Crossroads Lecture

By Renee Umsted
Published Sep 23, 2018
A local comedy group will be performing at a lecture sponsored by Religious & Spiritual Life.