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Breathing Room fosters environment of inclusion

The Breathing Room is TCU’s first affinity group, a voluntary, employee-led group designed to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace by joining to...

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Elvis Gallegos and Miguel Cruz said they learned to be adaptable during their inaugural season. Photo by Leo Wesson

Miguel Cruz, Elvis Gallegos Bring TCU Football to Spanish Speakers

Broadcasters bring information, excitement and Latin spice to the airwaves on game day. by Caroline Collier Photos by Leo Wesson Miguel Cruz was among...

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In 2015, Fayneese Miller became president of Hamline University – becoming the first African-American and the second woman president since the St. Paul, Minnesota, university was founded in 1854. Photo by David J. Turner

Fayneese Miller is a Leader

The alumna and president of Hamline University emphasizes action over good intentions and owning up to whatever results may come. A lot has changed si...

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Catherine Coleman, associate professor of strategic communication, followed a research approach “intended to focus on improving the lives and well-being of people around the world.” Photo by Mark Graham

Research Spotlight: Gender Inequality in Marketing

Gender Inequality in Marketing Catherine Coleman investigates the link between marketing campaigns and inequalities women experience in economic marke...

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Darron Turner, TCU Chief Inclusion Officer

Q&A with Darron Turner, TCU’s First Chief Inclusion Officer

From TCU Magazine As chief inclusion officer, Darron Turner will collaborate with faculty, staff and students to ensure everyone’s voice is valued. ...

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Community Scholars

Community Scholars Represent The Promise of Broader Goals

From Chancellor Boschini: TCU has undergone a significant campus transformation in recent years that extends beyond new facilities. Horned Frogs are ...

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Community Scholars Bring New Perspectives

Learning to play golf doesn’t often lead to an academic scholarship, but that’s what happened for Courtland MacQueenette ’16. One afternoon in 2...

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