Student reporters recognized in inaugural Milner Awards.
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The TCU Board of Trustees outlines a plan for the university for the next six years.
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A devastating logging campaign, driven by the demand of developed countries for timber, pulp and plywood, wiped out 40 percent of Indonesia’s forests between 1950 and 2000.
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Since the doors of Robert Carr Chapel opened in 1953, organist Emmet Smith has played the organ for more than 2,600 weddings. Some really stand out in his memory.
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Director of Orchestral Studies Germán Gutiérrez and the TCU Symphony Orchestra win the prestigious Carlos Gardel Music Award in Argentina for a compact disc they recorded more than three years ago with noted South American vocal quartet Opus Cuatro.
Six-month drug investigation by the Fort Worth Police Department and TCU Police resulted in the arrests of 21 people, including 15 students.
Rebecca Reeder-Hunt ’73 spent many years in the classroom, but these days she does all her teaching outdoors — to students with bright orange fur.
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anuary 16 was not a day off for L.C. Austin. It was a day on. He and scores of other TCU students honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., by turning MLK Day, a national holiday, into a day of helping others and the local community. The TCU event, organized by Alpha Phi
Event remembered with affection
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Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien says increasing taxes and reducing bureaucracy are the keys to balancing budget at Fox Forum of World Leaders.