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Junior film, television and digital media major Houston McCullough interns with TCU Football as a social media intern. She said her internship is preparing her for a future career. | Photo courtesy of TCU Football.

Unpaid internships: history, insight and TCU students’ stories

By Monica DziakPublished January 15, 2017

While having an unpaid internship can be an economic hardship for college students, some TCU students have found value without the pay. During the summer, senior political science major TJ Scott had...

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Success in athletics attracts students to university

By Brandon KitchinPublished December 11, 2016

With each TCU athletics win, interest in the university rises from students around the world – both from students looking to attend a great school with good sports programs and from students who want...

International students’ journey to TCU

International students’ journey to TCU

By Daniela MendozaPublished December 7, 2016

College applications can be daunting for anyone, but international students face an even more tedious admissions process to attend TCU. Students from 78 countries attend TCU this year, according...

Blue Texas details the goals of different activist groups and how they united for change.  (Photo courtesy of Max Krochmal)

History professor explores the people behind the fight for civil rights in Texas

By Sam BrutonPublished December 5, 2016

While many scholars of the civil rights era have focused their attention on the larger than life heroes of the movement, one TCU historian has shifted his attention to the local people who worked on the...

A testing center, like the one shown above, has been talked about for the past four to five years at TCU’s Faculty Senate meetings.

TCU considering on-campus centralized testing center

By Monica DziakPublished December 5, 2016

Every week hundreds of students miss class -- whether it be for band trips, athletics road trips, family emergencies or sickness. Lots of these students miss tests in the process. Faculty say they need...

Students with learning disabilities feel well accommodated at TCU

Students with learning disabilities feel well accommodated at TCU

By Monica DziakPublished December 5, 2016

While some college students enjoy sitting at the back of their classrooms, junior Chris Dorr sits at the very front. Dorr receives preferential seating in order to accommodate his learning disabilities,...

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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...

Five Graphic Design seniors to unveil three plus years worth of works

Five Graphic Design seniors to unveil three plus years worth of works

By Sam BrutonPublished December 2, 2016

After years of studying graphic design and many long hours in Moudy North, five seniors are ready to display their works to the public just before they receive their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. The...

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TCU’s first on-campus rock climbing competition to take place this weekend

By Brooke MorrissyPublished December 2, 2016

TCU’s rock climbing team is hosting its first climbing competition Sunday, Dec. 4. Participants will climb multiple new routes. Each route has points associated with it and more points are given...

Muslim Student Association Fast-a-thon group picture

Muslim Student Association details fasting at Fast-a-thon

By Brandon KitchinPublished November 30, 2016

TCU’s Muslim Student Association held their annual Fast-a-thon on Nov. 10, where a guest speaker talked about the norms and experiences that a person fasting in the Islamic faith would have. About...

This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Eddie Redmayne, left, and Katherine Waterston in a scene from, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. (Jaap Buitendijk/Warner Bros. via AP)

“Fantastic Beasts” falls short of being magical

By Chris GarciaPublished November 30, 2016

The newest edition to J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” brings viewers a visually magical experience that is marred by some noticeable flaws. The film...

Alison Armstrong and Abbey Widick address the House (Cole Polley/TCU360)

SGA supports addition of new minor

By Cole PolleyPublished November 29, 2016

Student Government Association voted in support of the addition of a new minor, therapeutic arts, to the TCU campus last week. The new minor, which will be a part of the College of Fine Arts, is set...

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