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The Horned Frogs celebrate another Big 12 win after beating Texas Tech on Oct. 29. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Late goal secures back-to-back Big 12 regular season title for No. 6 TCU Soccer

By Haley CabreraPublished October 29, 2021

Senior Messiah Bright’s game-winning goal in the 85th minute secured No. 6 TCU a 1-0 win against Texas Tech on Thursday, giving the Frogs their second-straight Big 12 regular-season championship. Entering...

Midfielder Oli Peña celebrates her second career goal against West Virginia on Oct. 14. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Frogs finally take Morgantown: No. 11 TCU soccer finds a way against No. 21 West Virginia

By Haley CabreraPublished October 18, 2021

First-year midfielder Oli Peña earned herself her second career goal on Thursday for No. 11 TCU soccer in a hard-fought win against No. 21 ranked West Virginia University.  The Horned Frogs traveled...

Senior Messiah Bright takes on two Houston defenders on Sunday, Oct. 3. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Back on track: No. 10 TCU soccer gets back in win column against Houston Cougars

By Haley CabreraPublished October 4, 2021

Midfielders Gracie Brian and Camryn Lancaster shined on Sunday for No. 10 TCU soccer as the Frogs captured a 3-1 win at home against the University of Houston Cougars.  After a loss to Baylor...

Midfielders Gracie Brian and Payton Crews prepare for their first Big 12 game against Kansas on Thursday, Sept. 23. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Under heavy fire: No. 8 TCU soccer too much for Kansas in Big 12 opener

By Haley CabreraPublished September 24, 2021

Senior Messiah Bright scored her second game-winning goal of the season, as No. 8 TCU soccer topped Kansas 1-0 in Fort Worth Thursday night to open up Big 12 play. Coming off of last week’s loss...

No. 6 TCU celebrates a victory in overtime after striker Messiah Bright scores her ninth career game-winning goal on Thursday, Sept. 9. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

OT goal gives No. 6 TCU soccer win over Alabama and historic start to 2021

By Haley CabreraPublished September 9, 2021

A timely goal in overtime from striker Messiah Bright solidified a 2-1 win for No. 6 TCU soccer against Alabama on Thursday night, catapulting the Frogs to a 6-0 season start for the first time in school...

TCU goalkeeper Lauren Kellett stretches to make a save and keep the shutout for the Horned Frogs on Sept. 2, 2021. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

No. 6 TCU soccer remains undefeated with win over Colorado

By Haley CabreraPublished September 2, 2021

Junior Grace Collins scored two goals and goalie Lauren Kellett produced her second-straight shutout as No. 6 TCU Soccer defeated Colorado 2-0 on Thursday night to keep the Frogs undefeated to start the...

Students learn their dance both in-person and on Zoom (Collin Pittmann/Reporter)

Fine arts students struggle with the hidden costs behind their degree

By Haley CabreraPublished December 5, 2020
TCU’s fine arts students hail from all over the United States and 23 other countries. Each student carries a unique love for the arts, and each tells a story of what it is like to want to perform and create for audiences of all demographics.
TCU Theater students, first-year Caden Large (left) and sophomore Nijel Smith (right). (Photos courtesy of Caden Large and Nijel Smith)

Leveling the playing field: TCU’s new way to admit fine arts students

By Haley CabreraPublished October 19, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced some of TCU’s academic departments to adapt their admissions practices. The Department of Theatre and other fine arts departments typically rely on in-person auditions...

Sen. Kamala Harris speaking at a voter mobilization drive-in event in Las Vegas on Friday, Oct. 2. (Joe Buglewicz/The New York Times)

What we’re reading: Vice presidential debate tonight, Tanglewood schools move to in-person learning

By Haley CabreraPublished October 6, 2020

Vice Presidential debate to be held tonight The only debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris will begin at 8 p.m. tonight. It will be held at the University of Utah in...

Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Teresa Dahlberg speaks at TCU’s 148th Convocation on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. (Photo courtesy of TCUs Youtube channel)

TCU celebrates its 148th convocation

By Haley CabreraPublished September 15, 2020

TCU faculty and staff celebrated convocation on Tuesday with an address from Chancellor Victor Boschini and the presentation of several awards to members of the TCU community. Convocation took a virtual...

TCU Frog Camp facilitators Austin Fontanes and Rachel Brenk welcome students, both first-years and transfers, to campus Aug. 13. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Brenk)

Student Development Services helps transfers adjust during pandemic

By Haley CabreraPublished September 15, 2020

TCU is trying to ensure that transfer students still get the full first-year experience amid the pandemic. This fall, 443 students transferred to TCU. “That is 443 new connections that I get...

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