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Two brothers strengthen relationship through music

Two brothers strengthen relationship through music

By Corinne HildebrandtPublished May 1, 2018

Although they were separated by miles, two brothers found themselves walking a path that led them to create a worship album. Cole Kellam, a sophomore electrical engineering major, and his younger...

Students join TCU Better Together for a night of community service

Students join TCU Better Together for a night of community service

By Corinne HildebrandtPublished April 12, 2018

Students gathered around the table with TCU’s Better Together interfaith group to join in the organization’s first night of community service. Better Together, a campus organization designed to...

Aardvark closes, Christ Chapel relocates

Aardvark closes, Christ Chapel relocates

By Michelle RossPublished April 12, 2018

Seven years full of worship, Bibles and barstools have made Christ Chapel one of the biggest college ministries in Fort Worth, but church in a bar is coming to an end as The Aardvark closes its doors. Inside The...

TCUs Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offered kind words to the Muslim community on campus after an international threat went viral. (Photo by Taylor Boser.)

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life affirms Muslim students in light of online threats

By Shane BattisPublished April 3, 2018

TCU's Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) has a message for Islamic students in response to anonymous flyers calling for violence against the Muslim community: We are sorry. In an email to...

Interfaith group hopes to pass religious accommodation policy

Interfaith group hopes to pass religious accommodation policy

By Ryan MyersPublished January 23, 2018

Many school breaks are centered around Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter. But what if you’re not a Christian? “I’d rather come on the Dec. 25th than miss my holiday,” senior biology...

Students line up between classes to grab a quick cup of soup and some fresh bread, served by members of different religious organizations on campus.

Students gather for free food, conversation at annual Fall Faith Festival

By Kelsey EmeryPublished November 16, 2017

As Thanksgiving approaches, students were treated to free comfort food and offers of emotional comfort as TCU’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) hosted their Annual Fall Faith Festival. Set...

Students from Better Together pose for a picture before their meeting.

Better Together brings faith and Netflix together for ‘Only God Can Judge Me’ event

By Megan GuterPublished November 8, 2017

It's often known that college students love free food, canceled class and perhaps most popular: Netflix. And one organization on campus is seek to appeal of this love of the TV streaming service. Better...

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