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TCU 360

Music group builds foundation, friendship for 2 TCU students

By Ariana WilliamsPublished November 14, 2019

With its flashy cars and scantily clad women, the music video for “M.I.A” offers eye-catching content for R&B listeners, and some students may recognize two familiar faces. Music video for...

Making the first year count

By Grace ToupsPublished May 27, 2019

The goal of TCU’s first-year experience is simple: to make sure incoming students feel at home and find their way.  For Trung Nguyen, assistant dean of TCU's Student Development Services, assuring...

Is TCU’s firework obsession because of Boschini? ‘It doesn’t hurt.’

By Rachel TiedePublished May 10, 2017

Graduation is almost here, and like any major Texas Christian University celebration, a firework show will be part of the celebration. TCU  regularly uses fireworks at football games, Frogs First...

TCU’s diversity falls middle of the road compared to peer institutions

By Rachel TiedePublished April 5, 2017

TCU received a record number of applications for the Class of 2020– 19,972. This year’s student body sits at about 71 percent white. Hispanic/Latino students make up the second largest category at...

Back to starting quarterback

By Sydney RingdahlPublished September 2, 2016

He used to be an Aggie but TCU fans might forgive him if he finds his early 2014 form. Kenny Hill is back. Hill earned the starting spot in fall camp over Foster Sawyer. Saturday's start will be the...

Loving thy neighbor: The TCU Overlay meets the Golden Rule

Published October 29, 2015

Jan. 2 was the day the University of Houston defeated the University of Pittsburgh at a bowl game at Amon G. Carter Stadium, but Steve Harris remembers it for a different reason. Harris lives in a house...

Festivals around Fort Worth to look out for

Published October 22, 2015

Fall break has passed, but that doesn’t mean that fall fun has to. There are several upcoming festivals and events held in the Fort Worth area that students and residents alike can enjoy. Trinity...

Construction projects set to rejuvenate campus

Published September 16, 2015

** This story has been corrected to accurately represent the title of O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business and professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy.** The...

#Ranidaphobia billboard intrigues Fort Worth area

Published August 31, 2013

What started off as a clever idea by the TCU marketing department has now become a common hashtag in the Twitter world among Horned Frog football fans. #Ranidaphobia recently appeared on a billboard...

Senior fashion merchandising major secures position with designer after internship

Published May 15, 2012

Mary Beth Taylor earned her dream job, a new position made for her in New York City that she will begin in June. The senior fashion merchandising major said she interned with shoe designer Stuart Weitzman...

Senior plans to build university’s jazz program

Published May 15, 2012

While other students graduating in May plan to leave the university for employment, one student plans to leave his mark on campus. For the next two years, Plano native Mike Korson will put his music education...

Tradition defines the “C” in TCU

Published May 15, 2012

A school never wanders too far from its roots, Don Mills, former vice chancellor for student affairs, said. Since 1889, when the university changed its name from AddRan Male and Female College to AddRan...

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