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The Brown Rice sticker displayed on the front of the packaging (TCU360/Nicole Strong).

A new dining option is rolling through the BLUU

By Nicole StrongPublished May 1, 2017

There’s a new dining option rolling through campus. TCU Dining Services is now serving brown rice sushi. Students can try free samples or purchase the sushi at Union Grounds in the Brown-Lupton...

Students gather at the Pi Beta Phi wing eating competition (Nicole Strong/TCU360).

Pi Phi Wing competition promotes literacy

By Nicole StrongPublished March 31, 2017

Wings were eaten, money was raised and  the TCU community was at the forefront of Pi Beta Phi’s second annual philanthropy event: Pi Phi Gives You Wings. The event benefited the Pi Beta Phi Foundation...

People gather in the Hilton hotel downtown for the Alpha Chi Omega fashion show (Nicole Strong/TCU360).

Alpha Chi Omega’s fashion show raises awareness about domestic violence

By Nicole StrongPublished March 9, 2017

Glitz and glam filled the ballroom of the Hilton hotel in downtown Fort Worth at Alpha Chi Omega’s annual philanthropy event on the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 19. The event benefited the Alpha Chi...

Shawn Johnson lecturing at an event hosted by DG (Nicole Strong/ TCU360).

Delta Gamma goes for gold with Lectureship event

By Nicole StrongPublished February 15, 2017

Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson visited TCU Tuesday night to speak with students about the importance of self-worth and empowerment. Students filled the Dee J.  Kelly Center Alumni and Visitors Center...

Reagan LaFleur poses with her horse, Bella (Photo Courtesy of Reagan LaFleur).

Search for the perfect horse

By Nicole StrongPublished February 15, 2017

The TCU Rangers carry the flags on the field during a football game. (Photo Courtesy: TCU Rangers)

TCU Rangers bring spirit to sporting events

By Nicole StrongPublished November 16, 2016

Leadership and Horned Frog spirit are what drive the TCU Rangers, according to their leadership team. The Rangers are a spirit organization with a “two-fold purpose,” said Rangers co-president...

Students gather in the BLUU Ballroom to watch the Mr. ZTA pageant (Nicole Strong/TCU360).

Mr. ZTA continues to raise breast cancer awareness

By Nicole StrongPublished November 11, 2016

Breast cancer affects about 1 in 8 U.S. women. Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. One woman will die of breast cancer every 13 minutes. These statistics were among...

Astronaut Shane Kimbrough  (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, Pool, File)

Voting out of this world

By Nicole StrongPublished November 8, 2016

There’s a Horned Frog dad aboard the International Space Station and he voted in the 2016 election. Shane Kimbrough, commander of Expedition 50, is the father of first-year movement science major...

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wears an I Voted, sticker after he voted Tuesday, June 2, 2015, in Mendham Township, N.J. A quiet primary season will wrap up as New Jersey voters head to the polls to pick Democratic and Republican candidates for Novembers Assembly election. Experts expect turnout to be quite low. In 1999, the last time Assembly races topped the ballot, only 6 percent of eligible voters went the polls in the primary,  fewer than 300,000 voted in that election. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)(AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Early voting ends today

By Nicole StrongPublished November 4, 2016

Friday afternoon is the last day Tarrant County voters can get the famous "I Voted" sticker before Election Day. Early voting began Monday, Oct. 24 and will officially end Friday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. Voters...

Service agencies set up tables at the the Volunteer fair (Nicole Strong/TCU360).

Volunteer fair brings service agencies to campus

By Nicole StrongPublished October 20, 2016

More than 30 agencies gathered on the Jarvis Hall lawn Tuesday afternoon to engage with students about volunteer opportunities. The volunteer fair is held every fall for students and faculty to meet...

Delta Delta Delta performs a routine in front of the judges at Pi Kapp push in 2016. (Nicole Strong/TCU 360)

Pi Kap Push Week ends on a high note

By Nicole StrongPublished October 9, 2016

Members of TCU’s Panhellenic sororities gathered Thursday night to sing, dance and raise awareness about Pi Kappa Phi’s philanthropy. Pi Kap hosted its annual philanthropy week this week benefitting...

Sorority women make thank you cards for Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers at Kappa Alpha Theta. (Nicole Strong/TCU360)

Panhellenic women gather for Sorority Swap event

By Nicole StrongPublished September 25, 2016

Different TCU sororities are taking the time to get to know each other through philanthropy. Some members of TCU’s Panhellenic sororities took time recently to learn a little more about one another...

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