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A Monarch butterfly feeds on a Duranta flower Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, in Houston. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

Monarchs on the move: Helping butterflies fly safely through Texas

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished October 3, 2022
Across North America, conservation organizations are working to research, advocate and preserve habitat for monarch butterflies.
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 Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished 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 Meteorite Gallery in the Sid Richardson Building is home...

The bronze Horned Frog Statue greets students between Sadler and Reed Halls. TCU adopted the horned lizard as its mascot in 1893. (Jeffrey McWhorter/TCU Marketing and Communication)

Riff Ram Bah Zoo: TCU joins fight to save horned lizards 

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished February 6, 2022

Students hug at a memorial at Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. Authorities say a 15-year-old sophomore opened fire at Oxford High School, killing four students and wounding seven other people on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

What We’re Reading: Deadly school shooting takes place in Michigan, U.S. confirms first omicron case

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished December 2, 2021

School shooter in custody after killing four, injuring seven others A 15-year-old who shot and killed four students and injured six students and a teacher at a Michigan high school was charged Wednesday...

FRN student volunteer Kristen Nyampong delivers leftover gameday food and Einstein Bros. bagels to the Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County on Oct. 4, 2021. The Food Recovery Network at TCU expects to recover enough food this year to provide 2,500 meals for those in need. (Camilla Price/Copy Desk Chief)

TCU Food Recovery Network resumes deliveries to Fort Worth community

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished November 19, 2021

In the parking lot behind Amon G. Carter Stadium, TCU Dining Services staff had wheeled out aluminum trays filled with sausages left over from the Saturday football game against Texas. As she helped...

Pumpkin Decorations by Starpoint School

Fort Worth residents can make Halloween less scary for wildlife

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished October 29, 2021

A kitten’s close call made one Fort Worth wildlife rehabilitator rethink the fake spiderwebs and other yard decorations that have become synonymous with Halloween.  Kay Singleton said she was...

Flamingoes at the Fort Worth Zoo receive pumpkins as a special Halloween enrichment. All proceeds from Boo at the Zoo help the zoo care for and feed its 7,000 animal residents. Photo courtesy Fort Worth Zoo

Fort Worth Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo event offers all treats, no tricks for guests

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished October 22, 2021

After a drive-thru event last year, the Fort Worth Zoo’s annual Halloween bash is back during park hours with pumpkin decorating, trick-or-treating and more festive activities for guests of all ages.  The...

The bike sharing kiosk on the north side of the Mary Couts Burnett Library is one of two stations that was added to campus in June. (Camilla Price/Copy Desk Chief)

TCU adds Fort Worth Bike Sharing kiosks to expand campus transportation options

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished October 19, 2021

TCU added two kiosks from the Fort Worth Bike Sharing program on campus over the summer as part of a larger effort to promote healthier and more sustainable alternative transportation – and students...

Students study out on the Commons.

Fall Break returns to TCU, giving students much-needed rest

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished October 14, 2021

After 2020 left students struggling to cope without a fall break, TCU students said they will take advantage of this year’s break to mentally refresh and catch up on coursework.  The Fall Break,...

Fox squirrels are common on TCUs campus. (Camilla Price/Staff Reporter)

TCU iNaturalist project brings students closer to campus wildlife

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished September 20, 2021

Members of the TCU community have recorded more than 600 plant and animal species on campus as part of a global citizen science effort to document wildlife sightings. Adjunct professor and Fort Worth...

The before shot for a cleanup of Eastern Island in Midway Atoll. Marine debris can take hundreds of years to biodegrade. (Photo courtesy of NOAA PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program)

World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished June 8, 2021

By 2050 there may be more plastic than fish in the ocean. This June 8, World Oceans Day, scientists say finding answers to marine plastic pollution is key to ensuring the survival of people and the planet. Plastic...

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