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When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
By Sederick Oliver, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The second of a two-part podcast, this episode focuses on Dr. Joanna Schmidt, the Director of the Koehler Center, who shares her experiences during the start of the pandemic, followed by a brief appearance from Dr. Jason Helms, the Director of the Center for Digital Expression at TCU.
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
By Sederick Oliver, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The University Recreation Center. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)
TCU Recreation Center pool closed ahead of swim and dive season
By Raines Nagel, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)
Know how to defend yourself: TCU Police's free personal safety workshops
By Emma Watson, Staff Writer • Published September 26, 2022
TCU head coach Sonny Dykes signs autographs for fans enjoying free coffee at Union Grounds on Sept. 26, 2000. (Photo: Charles Baggarly)
TCU football head coach Sonny Dykes thanks fans for support with free coffee
By Charles Baggarly, Staff Writer • Published September 26, 2022
TCU wide receiver Gunnar Henderson tallies 31 yards on 3 receptions on Sept. 24, 2022. (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)
TCU victorious, Iron Skillet returns to Fort Worth
By Dru Kennedy, Staff Writer • Published September 25, 2022
TCU wide receiver Derius Davis (11) runs past SMU defender Jamoi Hodge (6) during the second half of an NCAA college game on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, in Dallas, Texas. (AP Photo/Gareth Patterson)
Oklahoma Preview: TCU football looks to stay undefeated in Big 12 Conference play opener
By Dru Kennedy, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The University Recreation Center. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)
TCU Recreation Center pool closed ahead of swim and dive season
By Raines Nagel, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
Womens triathlon
Bringing the triathlon to Fort Worth: TCU adds women’s triathlon as 22nd intercollegiate sport
By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer • Published September 26, 2022
TCU midfielder Gracie Brian dribbles the ball towards the Kansas defense on Sept. 25, 2022. (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)
No. 12 TCU soccer shuts out Kansas to remain undefeated in conference play
By Sara Littlejohn and Lys MarquezPublished September 26, 2022
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)
By Sederick Oliver, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The second of a two-part podcast, this episode focuses on Dr. Joanna Schmidt, the Director of the Koehler Center, who shares her experiences during the start of the pandemic, followed by a brief appearance from Dr. Jason Helms, the Director of the Center for Digital Expression at TCU.
Orange Theory Fitness in Montgomery Plaza is located at the intersection of W 7th St and Carroll St. But Fort Worths newest Orange Theory will be just one block from campus. (Photo: Yasmine Moussa)
New TCU Orange Theory Fitness opening late fall 2022
By Yasmine Moussa, Staff Writer • Published September 28, 2022
The new fitness studio will be located at 3050 Waits Ave.
Parking lots around campus quickly fill up as game time creeps closer on Sept. 10, 2022. (Josh Willie / TCU 360)
How TCU Parking & Transportation handles game day crowds
By Josh Willie, Staff Writer • Published September 27, 2022
From colorful signage to hefty barricades, the TCU Parking & Transportation Department creates a stress-free parking experience for both students and commuters leading up to game day.
Students walking to class
First-years' first month: finding community, a sense of belonging
By Emmaday Ormond, Staff Writer • Published September 27, 2022
First-year students share their experiences from their first month of college while upperclassmen give advice.
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The Skiff: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more
The Skiff: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more
By Ariel Wallace, Skiff Executive Editor • Published September 22, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 4: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more
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 GibbonsPublished April 30, 2022

The Leap: New SNL Cast Member, Baby Malibu Barbie, and more!
The Leap: New SNL Cast Member, Baby Malibu Barbie, and more!
By Ariel WallacePublished September 24, 2022
New SNL Cast Member, Baby Malibu Barbie, and more Field Frogs. Welcome back to The Leap! Your one-stop- shop for pop culture news!
TCU News Now: 9/21/2022
TCU News Now: 9/21/2022
By News Now StaffPublished September 21, 2022
This week on TCU News Now: What students need to know ahead of the SMU matchup, the impact of Queen Elizabeth II's reign and a look at the temperatures heading into next week.
Unscripted: TCU Football updates, NFL recap, MLB MVP picks and more
Unscripted: TCU Football updates, NFL recap, MLB MVP picks and more
By Madi MarksPublished September 17, 2022

Students walking to class
Inside TCU’s housing crunch
By Haeven Gibbons, Staff Writer • Published September 12, 2022
‘No more cushion’ for extra beds leaves some students sleeping in hotels, cars
OROCOVIS, PR - SEPTEMBER 22: The 157 route into the community Cacao currently being cleared after mayor landslides caused by Hurricane Fiona blocked access.



(Photo by Gabriella N. Báez for NPR)
What We're Reading: Chicago building explosion, Hurricane Fiona hits Puerto Rico
By Ian Napetian, Staff Writer • Published September 27, 2022
Chicago building explosion kills eight, Hurricane Fiona hits Puerto Rico and more of what we're reading.
FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2019, file photo, former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden addresses attendees through video link at the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon. A judge ruled on Dec. 17, 2019, that Snowden violated secrecy agreements with the U.S. government that allow it to claim proceeds from a memoir he published. Federal Judge Liam OGrady ruled that Snowden is liable for breach of contract with the government because he published Permanent Record,” without submitting it for a pre-publication review. (AP Photo/Armando Franca, File)
What we’re reading: Russian citizenship granted to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast
By Alli Shoop, Staff Writer • Published September 26, 2022
Russia grants full Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast, and more of what we're reading.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speaks at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the Federal Reserve Board Building, in Washington. Intensifying its fight against chronically high inflation, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by a substantial three-quarters of a point for a third straight time, an aggressive pace that is heightening the risk of an eventual recession. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
What we're reading: The Fed increases interest rates, cheating scandal rocks chess world
By Josh Willie, Staff Writer • Published September 21, 2022
A cheating scandal spreads through the chess world, anti-war protests break out throughout Russia and more of what we're reading.
Neiman Marcus partnered with Fort Worth Fashion Week to showcase their Spring 2022 line. (Photographer - Hannah Dimmitt, Clothes - Neiman Marcus Fort Worth,
Stylist - Natalie Cochran,
Model - Liza Ismaili,
Production - Fort Worth Fashion Week®)
TCU fashion merchandising program to present 'FORT WORTH FASHION' at fashion week
By Natalie Mitchell, Staff Writer • Published September 20, 2022
TCU fashion merchandising students have the opportunity to showcase their creative work at Fort Worth Fashion Week.
AP Photo
Collaboration, awareness: Strategies of the Fort Worth Police Human Trafficking Unit
By TCU 360 StaffPublished April 29, 2022

Amanuel Taddesse, second from right, shows off his team’s project to curator Rhiannon Mayne. Bingyang Wei’s computer science senior design team developed an app that can be downloaded onto tablets in the gallery. (Camilla Price/Copy Desk Chief)
Ready to launch: Students create app to make meteorite gallery more inclusive
By Camilla PricePublished April 29, 2022

Computer science students developed an app to make museum learning at TCU more accessible for visually impaired visitors. The Oscar E. Monnig...