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Wednesday, November 30

South Campus Photo

"Finding Indigo" by Tiara Unique Francois is on view from November 10 through December 8. Opening reception will take place on November 10.

Folk Art artwork. appears to be an orange and yellow lady bug in the center of the art work surrounded by floral art.

Folk art has a long-established history in every society, from textiles and pottery to sculptures and paintings. Folk artists are often not academically...

Red, Yellow, and green - representing Juneteenth

The TCC Connect Intercultural Network has created a virtual exhibit to honor and celebrate Juneteenth for the month of June but also throughout the year. The...

Virtual Event
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First generation giveaway! Tell us about your first time in college (FTIC) experience. We would love to hear your story for a chance to win a $25 visa gift...

Layers and Narratives

TCC SE Art Corridor Gallery and co-curators Todd Camplin and Penelope Bisbee are proud to present the exhibition Layers and Narratives. This is a group...

South Campus Photo

Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer like leukemia. It can happen to anyone, at any time, but so can a cure - a marrow or cord blood...

South Campus Photo

There is history on the use of cultural components of Indigenous practices within schools, whether camps or sporting events. Although this trend, which...

Northeast Campus Photo

Dr. Scott Langston, TCU's Native American Nations and Communities Liaison, will talk about the broader history of DFW as it relates to its colonization and...

Legal Workshops. On the left of this image is a picture of large books and a gavel.

The Family Empowerment Center in partnership with the Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas will be facilitating Barrier Removal Legal Workshops to provide legal...

1:30pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, November 30