- JIMMY S.
- KELLIE C.
So here’s the deal: Having just gotten back from home for Thanksgiving break, I think that it is only appropriate to pause for a second in order to acknowledge how awful it is to be away from TCU. I literally couldn’t stop comparing everything back in Memphis to everything here at TCU. I am overjoyed [...]
As I head home for Thanksgiving, it has begun to hit me how much I have to be thankful for this year. In addition to my usual blessings like my family, my home, my old friends and my faith, I now have a plethora of new blessings in my life. Obviously attending TCU alone is [...]
The library—a dark and desolate place that is meant for checking out books when needed and getting out of there as fast as humanly possible. This is the image I had coming into college, and I couldn’t have been any more wrong. Many people, myself included, are scared of the library or tell themselves that [...]
This semester, I’ve had the privilege of being in Dr. Dan Williams’ Literature and Civilizations II class in the Honors College, and part of our learning experience was to be paired up with a student in the Intensive English Program at TCU (IEP) and meet with them six times throughout the semester. My “conversation partner” [...]
When I give tours to prospective students, I never forget to tell the group to get to know their professors wherever they end up going. From there, I launch into my spiel about TCU’s student-faculty ratio and how each professor here is genuinely invested in the success of their students. It used to be something [...]