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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 360Published 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.
Former chancellor William Edward “Bill” Tucker in the 90s. (Photo courtesy of TCU special collections)

‘The shoulders of giants’: Former Chancellor Bill Tucker dead at 90

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published October 18, 2022
Mr. Tucker left a legacy beyond TCU and led the university at a pivotal time of growth from 1979-1998, said Chancellor Victor Boschini in a statement. 
Students walking to class

Inside TCU’s housing crunch

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published September 12, 2022
‘No more cushion’ for extra beds leaves some students sleeping in hotels, cars
FILE - In this Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012 file photo, Britains Queen Elizabeth II looks up and waves to members of staff of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office as she ends an official visit which is part of her Jubilee celebrations in London. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant Pool, File)

Queen Elizabeth II dead at 96 after 70 years on the throne

By Associated PressPublished September 8, 2022

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96. The palace...

Incoming students walking through campus on a tour. (Photo courtesy of TCU Student Development Services)

President Biden cancels $10,000 in student loan debt: What this means for TCU students

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published August 24, 2022

Borrowers with federal student loans can expect some debt relief after President Joe Biden announced Wednesday that those earning $125,000 or less per year would have $10,000 in loan debt forgiven. Many...

A car is submerged in water At Berry Street and McCart Avenue.

Power outages, flash flooding derail students’ first day of class

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published August 22, 2022
Students navigate their first day of class amid heavy rain and flooding.
The Frog Fountain (TCU Facebook)

WELCOME TCU CLASS OF 2026

By Haeven Gibbons and Lonyae CoulterPublished June 10, 2022

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 360Published April 30, 2022

Downtown Fort Worth

The city beat: Fort Worth, Texas

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published April 29, 2022

People try to extinguish a fire in a market after a Russian attack in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

A TCU alumna returns from covering the war in Ukraine: What’s next

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published March 29, 2022

A TCU alumna is en route to cover the war in Ukraine

A man passes an early voting poll site, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022, in San Antonio. Early voting in Texas began Monday. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Texas primary elections are underway: Why young voter participation matters

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published February 17, 2022

Young voter participation in the primaries is important because the policies that are important to young people are different from the policies that are important to older people, and having that perspective...

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