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News Now 2/6/19

By TCU 360Published February 6, 2019

This week on TCU News Now, a recap of the president's State of the Union address and a look at the lasting impacts of the government shutdown. https://vimeo.com/315767321

TCU Values and Ventures competition grows to largest in school history

TCU Values and Ventures competition grows to largest in school history

By Rachel TiedePublished April 21, 2017

The TCU Richard Barrentine Values and Ventures Competition began Friday with the highest number of competitors the event has ever had. On the first day of competition, 51 teams pitched business...

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...

TCU, UNTHSC students highlight partnership of medicine and nutrition

TCU, UNTHSC students highlight partnership of medicine and nutrition

By Rachel TiedePublished March 22, 2017

On this particular class day, the focus was lowering sodium. With water boiling, steam rising and pans sizzling, TCU senior dietetic students taught recipes and healthy eating to medical students...

Sabrina Harb, TCU senior and founder of License to Trill performs Saturday, January 28, 2016 in the Brown Lupton University Union Ballroom at a LUNGevity event.

A father’s memory helps raise money and awareness for cancer

By Rachel TiedePublished February 1, 2017

A father's death inspired music, philanthropy and raised thousands of dollars for lung cancer research. The first ever TCU LUNGevity Breathe Deep event, held last Saturday, featured a TCU a cappella...

Frogs succeed in zoo enrichment project

Frogs succeed in zoo enrichment project

Published March 7, 2016

A group of Horned Frogs helped make the Fort Worth Zoo a little better. A TCU class, the Zoo Enrichment Program, made objects designed to promote positive natural behavior for animals in the zoo. The...

The study abroad group at the U.S. embassy in Delhi, India.

Study abroad experience prompts students to bring human trafficking awareness to TCU

Published September 29, 2015

  TCU students are bringing human trafficking awareness back to Fort Worth after their summer study abroad experience in India. The group of students is forming a team to participate in...

Internship program allows students to focus on experience, not cost

Published September 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 February 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 October 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 October 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 October 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...

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