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ONE to join TCUs campus

ONE to join TCU’s campus

By Mariana Rivas
Published Sep 18, 2018
A national organization's chapter joining TCU's campus will provide a good opportunity for students wanting to get involved with political advocacy.
Delta Gamma members Paige Mulry (left) and Aubrey Crow (right) pose for a photo at the  2017 Anchor Bowl. Photograph from Heidi Lemelin.

Delta Gamma Anchor Bowl supports service for sight

By Brody Haverstick
Published Sep 17, 2018
Service for SIght, the philanthropy behind the Anchor Bowl.
Students who are not members of Better Together attended the groups meeting, which was a service activity. 
- Photo by Renee Umsted

Better Together inspires students to be civil

By Renee Umsted
Published Sep 12, 2018
TCU's interfaith group teaches its members how to respect each other's beliefs.
Photo from TCU NPHC Twitter

Pillars added to Worth Hills give representation to one Greek council

By Taylor Boser
Published Sep 7, 2018
The National Pan-Hellenic Council has pillars in Worth Hills to represent the organizations.
Construction of the Panhellenic house and all fraternity houses will be complete in August. 25 girls will move in with a chapter resident assistant and hall director.
Photo by Alexa Hines

Panhellenic to have community house this fall

By Alexa Hines
Published Apr 18, 2018
Fraternity & Sorority Life will use the vacant facility for an all-Panhellenic house.
The navigators are located on the first floor of Tandy Hall outside of the Neeley professional development center.

New organization on campus looks to bridge advising gap for Neeley students

By Maya Bulger
Published Mar 6, 2018
In light of first-year advising difficulties, three students develop a first-year advising program .
Frog pride remains strong in Palm City Beach, Florida where Kaleo is held each summer. Photo Credit: Emily Sutton.

Kaleo attendees reflect on their summer

By Kelsey Emery
Published Sep 14, 2017
TCU students grow in community, work a summer job, and pursue their Christian faith.
Society of Women Engineers help build Fort Worth home

Society of Women Engineers help build Fort Worth home

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Apr 26, 2017
The TCU Society of Women Engineers spent time working in the Fort Worth community to help build a new house and to show that women are important to STEM fields.
TCU VSA Amazing Vietnam photo courtesy of Vietnamese Student Association

Amazing Vietnam 2017 brings cultural diversity to TCU

By Annika Clark
Published Apr 3, 2017
The TCU Vietnamese Student Association performed a show that allowed the audience to experience their culture and their country on Friday night.
Former Executive Members of YAF, Erica King (left) and Margaret Ginn (right) pose with Steve Forbes after his lecture.

Young Americans for Freedom hosts Steve Forbes

By Shelby Kitson
Published Apr 3, 2017
Steve Forbes spoke at the Young Americans for Freedom meeting about reviving America.
Students gather at the Pi Beta Phi wing eating competition (Nicole Strong/TCU360).

Pi Phi Wing competition promotes literacy

By Nicole Strong
Published Mar 31, 2017
One sorority is using an eating competition to give back and promote literacy.
Women of Kappa Lambda Delta support Asian interests in sorority

Women of Kappa Lambda Delta support Asian interests in sorority

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Mar 27, 2017
Kappa Lambda Delta Sorority is open to all women.