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TCU quarterback Max Duggan (15) passes during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game against Iowa State in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
No. 4 TCU football scores early, often in 62-14 win over Iowa State
By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer • Published November 26, 2022
The Frogs faced the best defense in the Big 12 Conference in Iowa State but still managed to put up 62 points en route to their 12th win of the season.
TCU Kicker Griffin Kell after making the game-winning field goal against Baylor. Nov. 20, 2022. (photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)
No. 4 TCU takes down Baylor with walk off field goal to remain undefeated
By Dru Kennedy, staff writer • Published November 21, 2022
Clark Jones addresses TCUs September Faculty Senate meeting. Photo by Heesoo Yang.
Proposal to lower graduation requirements goes to Faculty Senate for review
By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer • Published November 16, 2022
Passengers board TEXRail on its first day of service. Image courtesy of Gordon Dickinson (@gdickson).
Get to the airport for only $2.50
By Hope Crockett, Staff Writer • Published November 16, 2022
Mary Wright Admission Center
TCU likely to remain test-optional for first-year applicants
By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer • Published November 15, 2022
TCUs proposed plan for the appearance of the new buildings. (Photo courtesy of TCU.)
Texas Construction University: TCU to break ground starting late January
By Natalie Mitchell, Staff Writer • Published November 15, 2022
TCU mens basketball celebrates their 2022 Emerald Coast Classic championship on Nov. 26, 2022. (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)
Miles' return sparks TCU men's basketball victory in Emerald Coast Classic
By Sederick Oliver, Executive Editor, Image Magazine • Published November 27, 2022
TCU quarterback Max Duggan (15) passes during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game against Iowa State in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
No. 4 TCU football scores early, often in 62-14 win over Iowa State
By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer • Published November 26, 2022
TCU Kicker Griffin Kell after making the game-winning field goal against Baylor. Nov. 20, 2022. (photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)
No. 4 TCU takes down Baylor with walk off field goal to remain undefeated
By Dru Kennedy, staff writer • Published November 21, 2022
TCUs Gracie Morris finished 18th overall at the 2022 Big 12 Conference Championships. It was the highest individual finish at a conference meet since Brenley Goetzen finished third overall in 2016. Oct. 28, 2022. (Photo courtesy of: gofrogs.com).
TCU's Gracie Morris qualifies for cross country nationals
By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer • Published November 18, 2022
The Harrison Administration Building, where the TCU President will have an office. (Anya Ivory/TCU360)
Board of Trustees approves a 6% tuition increase beginning in Fall 2023
By Jarrett Harding and Amelia CrowleyPublished November 17, 2022
The tuition increase will be matched with a 6% rise in need-based aid for students who qualify.
Clark Jones addresses TCUs September Faculty Senate meeting. Photo by Heesoo Yang.
Proposal to lower graduation requirements goes to Faculty Senate for review
By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer • Published November 16, 2022
A measure to reduce graduation requirements was discussed at the Undergraduate Council meeting last Friday, but after debating the changes, the council opted to seek input from the Faculty Senate.
Students study in the quiet section on the first floor of the library. (Grace Reinhardt/Staff Writer)
Finals are approaching: Here are some student-favorite library study spots
By Grace Reinhardt, Staff Writer • Published November 16, 2022
With varying noise levels and atmospheres, Mary Couts Burnett Library has a study spot for everyone.
Passengers board TEXRail on its first day of service. Image courtesy of Gordon Dickinson (@gdickson).
Get to the airport for only $2.50
By Hope Crockett, Staff Writer • Published November 16, 2022
A one-way train ticket is only $2.50, while ridesharing charges can range between $50 - $100, not including tip.
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The Skiff: Car burglaries decrease, Fort Worth Zoo in photo and more
The Skiff: Car burglaries decrease, Fort Worth Zoo in photo and more
Published November 17, 2022
Vol. 121, Issue 11: Also, Society of Physics Students’ leaders push for national recognition
A groundbreaking international study conducted by The Center for Generational Kinetics and commissioned by WP Engine reveals that Generation Z, born between 1996-2010, is fueled by technology in all facets of their life, and expects the Internet to connect them, entertain them, sell to them and build their digital brand. (Photo: Business Wire)
Gen Z: An in-depth look at the generation as it comes of age
By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360 • Published April 30, 2022

The Leap Episode 6 hosted by Emily Fincher and Sara Honda.
The Leap: Grammy Nominations , One Tree Hill reunion, Thanksgiving Treats, and more!
By Ariel Wallace, Executive Editor, The Skiff • Published November 18, 2022

Grammy nominations announced, One Tree Hill Reunion, and your hot takes on Thanksgiving Dinner! Welcome to our special Thanksgiving Episode...

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TCU News Now: 11/16/2022
By News Now StaffPublished November 16, 2022
This week on TCU News Now: President Trump announces his 2024 presidential campaign; how to get tickets to the Big 12 Championship game; and how much tuition will cost TCU students next academic year.
Unscripted: Thanksgiving Edition
Unscripted: Thanksgiving Edition
Published November 18, 2022
Watch our weekly Unscripted Sports Talk Show every Friday at 11am!
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 1)
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 1)
By Sederick Oliver, Executive Editor, Image Magazine • Published September 20, 2022
The first of a two-part podcast, this episode focuses on the pandemic experiences of theatre instructor Jessica Humphrey, Executive Director for Housing and Residence Life Craig Allen and Chancellor Victor Boschini.
A voter casts their ballot in the 2022 midterm elections early Tuesday at Fire Station 26 in Jackson, Miss., Nov. 8, 2022. (Hannah Mattix/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)
What we’re reading: Abbott wins third term, winning Powerball ticket sold
By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer • Published November 9, 2022
Texas Governor Greg Abbott wins third term, winning Powerball ticket sold in California and more of what we're reading.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right, canvasses for votes, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, in Harlingen, Texas. As Democrats embark on another October blitz in pursuit of flipping Americas biggest red state, Republicans are taking a swing of their own: Making a play for the mostly Hispanic southern border on Nov. 8 after years of writing off the region that is overwhelmingly controlled by Democrats. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Midterm elections 2022
By Haeven Gibbons, Alexis Berry and Aidan BurtPublished November 8, 2022
After months of campaigning the results are coming in on the 2022 midterm elections.
Voters wait in line at a polling place at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas, on election night, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)
Live blog: Texas midterm election day 2022
By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360 • Published November 8, 2022
Texans head to the polls today to cast their votes in the 2022 midterm election. Please check back for Politifrog’s ongoing coverage throughout the day and night.
Street sign on Camp Bowie, the location of many local boutiques. (Photo courtesy of TCU360)
Want to shop local? A roundup of Fort Worth's best boutiques
By Peyton Collins, Staff Writer • Published November 15, 2022
“I like how they have trendy clothes that other stores in Fort Worth don’t have."
The Fort Worth Zoo’s many conservation programs benefit endangered and threatened species around the world like this female Fiji banded iguana, according to the zoo. In the past 30 years, it has successfully bred and released hundreds of iguanas and other animal species back into the wild. (Photo/Sally Verrando/TCU)
Fort Worth Zoo to celebrate 30th Anniversary Festival
By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer • Published November 10, 2022
A photo essay, taken at the Fort Worth Zoo, 1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022, offers a glimpse of what visitors can expect during the zoo's celebration of 30 years and $300 million of habitat improvements.
Anna Rutherford, senior music education major, plays tenor saxophone with the band during a jam session at the Scat Lounge. (Photo courtesy of Karson Beer)
Creating performers: TCU students and professors jam at local jazz club
By Allie Brown, Staff Writer • Published October 19, 2022
Though students are required to perform regularly within the music program at TCU, playing at the Scat Lounge inspires a new confidence in young musicians.