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Internship program allows students to focus on experience, not cost

Published Sep 21, 2013

According to a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the unpaid internship remains quite common. Out of 38,000 responses from college students, 48 percent had...

TCU Sports Now weekly sportscast for January 31, 2013

Published Feb 1, 2013

In the first sports broadcast from the Sportscast class in the Schieffer School of Journalism,  anchors Alex Apple and Clint Foster, along with a guest appearance by J.D. Moore, discussed men's...

Dietician consultations offered to help students with healthy eating options

Published Oct 23, 2012

TCU’s health center is finding new ways to help keep students healthy.  Students are being offered consultations with a registered dietician at no cost. “There were a lot of students...

BYX sponsors refugee family from Nepal

BYX sponsors refugee family from Nepal

Published Oct 18, 2012

Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity, which recently selected a new philanthropic cause, made "Family" the theme of their annual Island Party. “We chose Refugee Services of Texas because we wanted...

New program may help create civil rights museum

Published Oct 18, 2012

Assistant professor of history Max Krochmal created the Texas Communities Oral History Project (TX-COHP), a program that aims to preserve the history of the civil rights movement in Fort Worth.    Krochmal...

TCU fans react to Iowa State loss

TCU fans react to Iowa State loss

Published Oct 8, 2012

After starting quarterback Casey Pachall’s indefinite suspension from the football team Thursday morning, TCU featured different players than usual at Saturday’s game against Iowa State. TCU...

Sarah Scherer transitions from Olympic athlete to TCU student

Published Sep 11, 2012

Walking around campus, senior Sarah Scherer passes as a happy, typical TCU student.  She stresses about upcoming tests, sends texts on her cell phone and giggles while talking about her new boyfriend.  However...

Student wrestling club returns to TCU

Published Sep 8, 2012

The smell of sweat, the squeak of shoes against mats and the grunts of students straining their bodies to overcome opponents filled the air at this week's Wresting Club practice.  After a three-year...

Country artist Blake Shelton to perform at TCU during Opening Week

Country artist Blake Shelton to perform at TCU during Opening Week

Published May 25, 2012

Country music artist Blake Shelton will perform at TCU during a celebration for the new Amon G. Carter stadium called Opening Week. TCU booked Shelton to play on the Dee J. Kelly Alumni Center lawn...

Students passion for music overcomes disability

Student’s passion for music overcomes disability

Published May 18, 2012

Japanese native Nozomi Iwai, motivated by her passion for music, decided to move to Texas to attend TCU three years ago. Iwai was accepted to the university’s music program after auditioning for...

Students promote awareness about human trafficking

Published May 2, 2012

Some people fight for a cause because they have been personally affected, but Melissa Crutchfield simply had an open heart and an open mind. Crutchfield, a TCU alumna and TCU Campus Crusade for Christ...

Halperin named finalist for One Man Dallas with help from Ann Louden

Halperin named finalist for One Man Dallas with help from Ann Louden

Published Apr 27, 2012

Alumnus Tim Halperin is one of the 21 finalists nominated for the 2012 One Man Dallas award for his work with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. According to the event’s website, One Man Dallas is an...