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A Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum), or commonly called a horned toad rests in a plowed field April 22, 2015 near Snyder, Tex. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Butterfly effect: Bill provides hope for declining Texas wildlife

By Camilla Price, Staff Writer
Published May 19, 2023
Senators reintroduced the Recovering America's Wildlife Act, which could save lesser-known imperiled species in Texas.
Police investigate the shooting location in front of the Whataburger on 2401 W Berry St. on Jan. 20, 2023. (Katherine Lester/Staff Writer)

Suspects arrested for shooting near Whataburger on Berry Street

By Katherine Lester, Executive Editor
Published Jan 23, 2023
No TCU staff or students were involved in the incident.
Texas Christian University Rings The Closing Bell® (Photo: Holly Ellman)

The New York Stock Exchange welcomes officials and guests of Texas Christian University on Friday, September 16, 2022, to celebrate its 150th Anniversary. To honor the occasion, Chancellor Victor Boschini, joined by John Tuttle, NYSE Vice Chairman and President of NYSE Institute, rings The Closing Bell®. 
Photo Credit: NYSE

TCU finds first university president at Neeley School of Business

By Katherine Lester, Managing Editor
Published Dec 22, 2022
Daniel Pullin, former honors college dean from Neely business school, is now TCU's first ever president as of Feb. 1st.
Charles Camarda, an astronaut and engineer, explains to a curious young scientist what it feels like to be in space at his Green Honors Chair presentation on Monday, February 21 in Sid Richardson Hall. (Katherine Lester/Managing Editor)

NASA astronaut shares lessons learned from Columbia tragedy

By Katherine Lester
Published Mar 3, 2022
The College of Science & Engineering celebrated National Engineers Week with Charles Camarda, a NASA astronaut and engineer.
A rainbow flag is held in the crowd during the drag show event (JD Pells/Staff Photographer)

Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course

By Katherine Lester
Published May 6, 2021
'The Queer art of drag' was offered as a course for the first time this semester.
Clinic manager Angelle Harris walks in the front door of the Whole Womans Health clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019. Faced with drives of four hours or more to Fort Worth, Dallas, El Paso or out-of-state clinics, many women in West Texas and the Panhandle need at least two days to obtain an abortion _ a situation that advocates say exacerbates the challenges of arranging child care, taking time off work and finding lodging. Some end up sleeping in their cars. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature

By Katherine Lester
Published May 4, 2021
One of the bills from the Texas Senate is a "heartbeat bill" that would ban abortions as early as 6 weeks.
Nathan Loewen received a grant to fund a research project and will present his work at the Student Research Symposium on Friday.

TCU students show off years of work at first virtual honors research forum

By Katherine Lester
Published Apr 14, 2021
Students involved in research had opportunities to present their findings this spring.
Fans fill the stands at Globe Life Field during the first inning of a baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the Toronto Blue Jays, Monday, April 5, 2021, in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers are set to have the closest thing to a full stadium in pro sports since the coronavirus shutdown more than a year ago. (AP Photo/Jeffrey McWhorter)

What we’re reading: Rangers welcome full crowd, police chief testifies in Chauvin trial

By Katherine Lester
Published Apr 6, 2021
Globe Life Field had over 38,000 fans in attendance for opening day.
Olivia Satkiewicz sews on the finishing touches to one of her designs. Satkiewiczs brand, Designed by Liv, has been featured on Turbulent & Company since August. (Katherine Lester/TCU360 Staff)

Student e-commerce startup helps upcoming TCU designers grow their businesses

By Katherine Lester
Published Mar 4, 2021
Turbulent & Company, an online platform, connects customers to small fashion and design brands run by TCU students.
FILE - In this Aug. 30, 2019, file photo, migrants, many of whom were returned to Mexico under the Trump administrations Remain in Mexico policy, wait in line to get a meal in an encampment near the Gateway International Bridge in Matamoros, Mexio. The Biden administration on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, announced plans for tens of thousands of asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico for their next immigration court hearings to be released in the United States while their cases proceed. (AP Photo/Veronica G. Cardenas, File)

What we’re reading: Asylum seekers to begin returning to US, CDC unveils school reopening roadmap

By Katherine Lester
Published Feb 12, 2021
Democrats in Congress are also weighing a possible censure against former President Donald Trump