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Nurse Lindsie Schuster, RN, is the first in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from pharmacist Annette Ozuna as DHR Health administers their first batch of the COVID-19 vaccines at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, in Edinburg, Texas. (Photo: AP Newsroom)

TCU receives 100 more COVID-19 vaccines

By Drew MitchellPublished February 3, 2021

Some TCU students are eager to receive the COVID-19 vaccine while others remain weary. The university received its second round of 100 doses from Moderna last month, Brown-Lupton Health Center Medical...

In total, the landing zones will seat 97 students. (Photo courtesy of Jack Washington)

Landing zones to remain on campus for spring semester

By Drew MitchellPublished January 20, 2021

TCU will continue to offer students areas to study outside of their room this semester. The landing zones, which were introduced last semester as the university adopted new protocols for COVID-19,...

Jarvis Hall is home to the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life to host eighth annual Crossroads Lecture

By Drew MitchellPublished October 15, 2020

The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life will host their eight annual Crossroads Lecture on Faith and Public Life today, inviting medical professionals to discuss how their faith and careers intersect....

Students can vote for the Student Government Association candidates using ballots sent via email. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Students elect new SGA vice president

By Drew MitchellPublished September 2, 2020

This story was updated Sept. 4 with updates from Thursday's runoff election. Students chose Liliana Ogden to be the new vice president of the Student Government Association in Thursday's runoff election....

TCU graduate Shelby Johnson helped organize and lead the protest. She is pictured above holding a megaphone.

Students, faculty protest police brutality

By Drew MitchellPublished June 10, 2020

About 100 students, faculty, staff and community members marched Tuesday evening to protest police brutality.   The march, which was organized by the Coalition for University Justice and Equity...

Student is remembered for the lessons he taught friends

Student is remembered for the lessons he taught friends

By Drew MitchellPublished May 13, 2020

A senior sports broadcasting major and former TCU football player known for his commitment to improve and help others died April 17; he was 21. Reginald Cole, "Reggie," to his friends, was born in...

Housing update: TCU offers to send students their school supplies

Housing update: TCU offers to send students their school supplies

By Drew MitchellPublished March 17, 2020

TCU Housing & Residence Life will ship up to two boxes of school supplies to residents who are unable to come to campus to collect them, according to an email sent to students living on campus. TCU...

The Skiff: March 5, 2020

The Skiff: March 5, 2020

By Drew MitchellPublished March 5, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 20: TCU wants faculty discrimination case to be dismissed Also: New apartments being built in Paschal neighborhood concerns residents and King Hall flood caused by damaged bolt

The Skiff: Feb. 27, 2020

The Skiff: Feb. 27, 2020

By Drew MitchellPublished February 27, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 19: What to expect in the Texas primary Also: Professor hopes to implement mediation program and Harvard professor talks about racial criminalization

Dr. Khalil Muhammad speaking at the event yesterday. Photo by Haeven Gibbons.

Harvard professor discusses racial criminalization of African Americans

By Drew MitchellPublished February 20, 2020

Dr. Khalil Muhammad speaking at the event yesterday. Photo by Haeven Gibbons A Harvard professor discussed the racial criminalization of African Americans throughout U.S. history in an event Wednesday...

The Skiff: Feb. 20, 2020

The Skiff: Feb. 20, 2020

By Drew MitchellPublished February 20, 2020

Volume 118, Issue 18: Is the Honors College overrepresented in SGA? Also: TCU is working on install 20 language options for emergency alert system and women's basketball is second in the Big 12

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