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Dr. Mike Slattery posed with a black rhino darted for DNA sampling and ID tagging. (Photo courtesy of Mike Slattery)

Dr. Mike Slattery: The man behind TCU’s Rhino Initiative

By Laura BelpedioPublished December 11, 2016

There are people who talk about protecting and sustaining a healthy environment, and then there are people like Dr. Mike Slattery -- individuals who devote their life to improving the environment. One...

Girl standing on scale.  (AP Images)

Starting the conversation about eating disorders on campus

By Kristen WeaverPublished December 4, 2016

  https://vimeo.com/191386961 Monarch butterflies flutter around the freshly planted yellow flowers along University Drive. The grass is trimmed, and groundkeepers are vigilant about stray leaves and...

Alcohol violations reach all-time high

Alcohol violations reach all-time high

By Sarah GrishamPublished November 28, 2016

Alcohol violations are at an all-time high, according to the TCU Annual Security Report. The total number of violations on campus has increased, rising from 769 in 2015 to 771 for 2016. However,...

TCU students will breathe deep to fight lung cancer

TCU students will breathe deep to fight lung cancer

By Makenzie StalloPublished November 21, 2016

It’s been four years since Sabrina Harb’s father died. She was beginning her senior year in high school and her father was living nearly four years longer than doctors predicted after being...

TCU AXO hosted a relay race for men in heels to raise awareness about domestic violence.

TCU Alpha Chi Omega raised awareness by ‘Walking A Mile’

By Kat MatthewsPublished November 6, 2016

Nearly 20 people are attacked by an intimate partner every minute in the United States alone, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. TCU's Alpha Chi Omega held its annual "Walk...

Students and others gather in Sid Rich and grab some Latin American food before they sit down. (Hunter Geisel/ TCU 360)

Students attend lecture about significance of Latino voters in 2016 election

By Hunter GeiselPublished October 19, 2016

The United Latino Association hosted a lectured discussion on Tuesday about the roles and issues Latino voters are considering in the 2016 Presidential Election. ULA and Chi Upsilon Sigma, TCU's Hispanic...

CRES curriculum up for approval

CRES curriculum up for approval

By Abbey BlockPublished October 17, 2016

CRES curriculum from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. Thanks to a student-led initiative, a new curriculum focusing on race, culture and ethnicity may be coming to TCU. A year-and-a-half ago, a group...

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