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TCUs Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offered kind words to the Muslim community on campus after an international threat went viral. (Photo by Taylor Boser.)

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life affirms Muslim students in light of online threats

By Shane BattisPublished April 3, 2018

TCU's Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) has a message for Islamic students in response to anonymous flyers calling for violence against the Muslim community: We are sorry. In an email to...

Heres our top pranks for this year. (Photo by Shane Battis.)

The Leap: 10 April Fool’s pranks to try this year

By Shane BattisPublished March 31, 2018

April Fool's Day is nearly here and that means it's time to step up your prank game. There are hundreds of options from a classic whoopee cushion trick to completely covering a car with duct tape. To...

David Nolan, co-chair of the endowment goal, talks to a student about his findings. (Photo by Shane Battis.)

Lead On committee co-chairs share goals with students

By Shane BattisPublished March 22, 2018

Students got a glimpse of the Vision in Action: Lead On's four major goals and a chance to share their feedback with committee members Wednesday afternoon. The goals, proposed by TCU's Board of Trustees,...

Chancellor Victor Boschini accompanies Tristian Brooks to class as part of this years big switch. (Photo by Shane Battis.)

‘The Big Switch:’ Student spends a day in the chancellor’s shoes

By Elizabeth Campbell and Shane BattisPublished February 19, 2018

TCU got a new chancellor Monday. Well, sort of. It was the "Big Switch," and Chancellor Victor Boschini and Tristian Brooks, a junior economics major, shared their roles at TCU. They dined together,...

Shanel Alexander and Stephen Crowder talk about whether male privilege exists. (Photo by Shane Battis.)

Conservative personality Steven Crowder sparks ‘male privilege’ debate

By Shane BattisPublished February 16, 2018

"Male privilege is a myth. Change my mind." These were the bold words hanging in front of a campus visitor and an empty chair. Steven Crowder, host of the conservative talk show "Louder with Crowder,"...

Elijah Herring used a master key to enter three apartments in one night before he was arrested for criminal trespassing (Photo courtesy of Tarrant County Sheriffs Office and Cristian Argueta Soto).

Arrest of desk assistant prompts changes in Housing and Residential Life hiring

By Shane BattisPublished February 3, 2018

The student was asleep in her bedroom when the sound of her apartment door opening woke her, according to TCU police reports. She called out, but rather than getting an answer she heard footsteps running...

TCUs Delta Tau Delta chapter has been suspended after hazing allegations.

Hazing allegations surface against TCU’s suspended Delta Tau Delta Charter

By Shane BattisPublished January 15, 2018

The hazing allegations that led to the suspension of TCU’s Delta Tau Delta chapter include forcing pledge members to use sex dolls and toys, allowing them to be burned by lighters and matches, according...

A winter weather advisory has been issued for North and Central Texas (Photo by Elizabeth Campbell).

Freezing rain and hazardous road conditions expected in North Texas

By Shane BattisPublished January 15, 2018

Dark clouds and freezing rain are expected to greet students for their first week of the spring semester. A winter weather advisory has been issued for Monday evening through Tuesday afternoon warning...

One dead, one injured in shooting near TCU’s campus

By Shane BattisPublished December 8, 2017

Two men were found with gunshot wounds in their home on Rogers Avenue Friday morning. Public Information Officer Brad Perez wrote that one was pronounced dead at the scene, while the other was transported...

The SGA budget allocates over $70,000 for Christmas tree lighting events every year. (Photo by Shane Battis)

Making a list and checking it twice: SGA’s budget for Christmas tree lightings

By Shane BattisPublished November 30, 2017

"Five, four, three, two, ONE!" Thousands of students and families cheered as lights wrapped around the giant Campus Commons Christmas tree glittered and glowed, while fireworks fizzed and popped...

TCU entrepreneurs learn to be their own boss

TCU entrepreneurs learn to be their own boss

By Shane BattisPublished November 10, 2017

Evan Saperstein found success with vegan pancake mix. For Carolyn Phillips, it's gourmet popsicles. Paul Freeman wants to prevent heat exhaustion. Startups are on the rise. After the Great Recession...

Live FWISD bond election coverage

By Shane BattisPublished November 7, 2017

Tune into The 109's Facebook page for live coverage of the FWISD bond election this evening.

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