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Texas Christian University Rings The Closing Bell® (Photo: Holly Ellman)

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

TCU rings closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange

By Leah Bolling, Staff WriterPublished September 16, 2022
TCU's university leaders ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Toni Yancer founded Tonis Toffee in 2018. (Staff Photographer/ Leah Bolling)

Toni’s Toffee: A small business centered on women’s empowerment

By Leah BollingPublished November 24, 2021 In 2017, Toni Yancer was employed at a hardware store when the owner encouraged...

TCU students build relationships with people in Fort Worth who are low-income or experiencing homelessness every Friday morning. October 23, 2021. (Staff Photographer: Leah Bolling)

The power of Bingo brings the community together

By Leah BollingPublished November 15, 2021 Four TCU students created the club “Bingo in the Park” with the mission to build...

Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department. Each of the locations in the Fort Worth area benefit Cook Children’s hospital. (Leah Bolling/Staff Photographer)

Spirit Halloween raises money for Fort Worth’s Cook Children’s hospital

By Leah BollingPublished November 7, 2021 Though not typically known as the holiday of giving back, Spirit Halloween’s Fort...

TCU students organized a hair donation drive on Thursday, Sept. 30, to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs. (Staff Photographer: Leah Bolling)

TCU students organize hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer

By Leah BollingPublished October 6, 2021

TCU students organized a hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs on Thursday, Sept. 30. Each participant donated at least eight inches...

TCU campus is currently requiring masks in all indoor spaces (Staff Photographer/ Leah Bolling)

From public health to politics: has an end come for vaccine politics?

By Leah Bolling and JD PellsPublished October 4, 2021

**The following video was filmed the week of Sept. 13, 2021, the same week Biden announced his vaccine rule. Although...

The City of Fort Worth’s main water line broke on TCUs campus on Nov. 23, 2020. The city of Fort Worths water department has been contacted to assess the situation.

Fort Worth water main breaks on campus Monday

By Leah BollingPublished November 23, 2020 (Leah Bolling/Staff Reporter) UPDATE: 6:00 p.m. - Water Restored to Campus Facilties The break has been isolated on Bellaire Dr. North and water has been...

TCU hosted its annual flu vaccine clinic on Oct. 8, 2020. The clinic took place outdoors this year to adhere to safety precautions. (Leah Bolling/Staff Reporter)

TCU distributes 3,500 vaccines at annual flu clinic

By Leah BollingPublished October 12, 2020

TCU distributed 3,500 vaccines Wednesday at its annual flu clinic, which was held outdoors amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The clinic was held in the Campus Commons to ensure compliance with CDC guidelines....

The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that it is planning to lay off 28,000 workers in its theme parks division in California and Florida. The company has been squeezed by limits on attendance at its parks and other restrictions due to the pandemic. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel via AP)

What we’re reading: Disney layoffs, Tarrant County COVID-19 cases increasing

By Leah BollingPublished October 1, 2020

Disney planning to lay off 28,000 employees Disney is laying off 28,000 employees due to the pandemic’s effect on its theme parks, according to CNN. Disney’s theme parks closed in the spring...

The Fort Worth city council unanimously passed the 2021 fiscal year budget on Sept. 22, 2020. This included increasing the police budget by 2%. (Leah Bolling/Staff Reporter)

Fort Worth votes to increase the police budget, add more unarmed officers

By Leah BollingPublished September 22, 2020

The city of Fort Worth will be increasing its police budget and creating a division of non-armed officers for the upcoming fiscal year. The increase, which was approved by the city council this morning,...

People are seen at the beach during a heat wave, Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, in Huntington Beach, Calif. (AP Photo/Christian Monterrosa)

What we’re reading: Labor Day weekend sparks COVID-19 concerns, hundreds rescued in California wildfires

By Leah BollingPublished September 8, 2020

Labor Day weekend gatherings spark concern There are concerns that COVID-19 cases may spike after Labor Day weekend. According to CBS News, Americans pushed safety regulations to the brink this...

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