“Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced.”
—Writer and social critic James Baldwin
Brandon Kitchin '18
"It's important to be cognizant of everyone's identity."See Brandon's Story
Tia Johnson '18
"TCU is building a community to help everyone feel included."See Tia's Story
Trung Nguyen, Student Development Services
"If we, as employees, can’t have a conversation about diversity and inclusion, how can we expect students to?"See Trung's Story
Fernanda Reyes '18
“Inclusion means making an effort to meet, understand and empower."See Fernanda's Story
TCU receives “Insight Into Diversity” 2018 Higher Education Excellence In Diversity AwardTCU, in its first year to apply, has received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine. The award mea...
Breathing Room fosters environment of inclusionThe Breathing Room is TCU’s first affinity group, a voluntary, employee-led group designed to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace by joining to...
Miguel Cruz, Elvis Gallegos Bring TCU Football to Spanish SpeakersBroadcasters bring information, excitement and Latin spice to the airwaves on game day. by Caroline Collier Photos by Leo Wesson Miguel Cruz was among...
Fayneese Miller is a LeaderFayneese Miller is a Leader The alumna and president of Hamline University emphasizes action over good intentions and owning up to whatever results ma...
List of Events
DNAWorks will be leading on campus events that will allow the campus community to be more involved in on campus issues in regards to bias and oppression. Register for the event down below. Register for This Event
Club Meeting located in the Wright Media Center on October 2nd. Hair in the Media panel discussion on October 17th in Rees-Jones 113. Bella Kinks info meeting on October 23rd at 7pm.
This is Texas Christian University's 10th annual banquet to honor Godelieve Mukasarasi, director of SEVOTA – a collection of community centers in 11 provinces in Rwanda. Mrs. Mukasarasi has been successfully mobilizing rural Rwandan communities toward a culture of peace and non-violence since 1994. Educated as a social worker and psychologist, her work has been primarily focused on women who were survivors of sexual assault and children born of rape.