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TCU Clothing Swap

Saturday Apr 24 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cleaning out at the end of the semester? Donate clothes to the TCU clothing swap! Drop box locations in the BLUU SDS Office (second floor), the lobby of Sid Richardson, and the first floor of King Family Commons.

The swap event will take place on 4/24 in the Commons with a flat entry fee of $5. All students can participate and take an unlimited number of clothes with the flat fee. Students who donated an item will have a reduced entry fee of $3.

Any questions can be directed to camilla.price@tcu.edu or lauren.smith@tcu.edu.

Campus Commons

Campus Commons
2901 Stadium Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Environmental Club

TCU Clothing Swap
As the only environmental organization on campus, our MISSION is to promote environmental awareness through outreach and education within the TCU community in a NON-PARTISAN way. In other words, we want to encourage fellow students, faculty, and staff to be more environmentally friendly by providing the necessary opportunities and then showing them how. Environmental Club is more than just a club that talks about wanting to make a change, we do it. Our organization cleans the Trinity River on a regular basis, aids with government initiatives to clean up our air, and works on making TCU a greener campus every day. Along with saving the Earth we get in touch with the nature we work on saving through camping trips to Mineral Wells and other places.
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STROOP: Journey into the Rhino War

Friday Sep 20 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Award-winning film and a panel with the filmmakers. Sid Richardson, LH2.

Sid Richardson Building

Sid Richardson Building
2955 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Environmental Club

STROOP: Journey into the Rhino War
As the only environmental organization on campus, our MISSION is to promote environmental awareness through outreach and education within the TCU community in a NON-PARTISAN way. In other words, we want to encourage fellow students, faculty, and staff to be more environmentally friendly by providing the necessary opportunities and then showing them how. Environmental Club is more than just a club that talks about wanting to make a change, we do it. Our organization cleans the Trinity River on a regular basis, aids with government initiatives to clean up our air, and works on making TCU a greener campus every day. Along with saving the Earth we get in touch with the nature we work on saving through camping trips to Mineral Wells and other places.
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The Rhino Run

Sunday Mar 25 | 8:15 am - 10:00 am

A 5 k run/walk and a kids 1 k to help support TCU’s rhino protection initiative in South Africa. Pet-friendly and great hand-made medals from South Africa!

Amon Carter Stadium

Amon Carter Stadium
2850 Stadium Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Environmental Club

The Rhino Run
As the only environmental organization on campus, our MISSION is to promote environmental awareness through outreach and education within the TCU community in a NON-PARTISAN way. In other words, we want to encourage fellow students, faculty, and staff to be more environmentally friendly by providing the necessary opportunities and then showing them how. Environmental Club is more than just a club that talks about wanting to make a change, we do it. Our organization cleans the Trinity River on a regular basis, aids with government initiatives to clean up our air, and works on making TCU a greener campus every day. Along with saving the Earth we get in touch with the nature we work on saving through camping trips to Mineral Wells and other places.