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Students learned to dance to new grooves in a lesson on diversity through dance. (Photo by Shane Battis)

Diversity in Movement takes a step into social justice issues

By Shane BattisPublished November 3, 2017

The room blared with hip-hop music while students clapped their hands, slid and stepped to the fast beat. Students giggled as they fumbled with the routine and squeaked their shoes against the polished...

Update: Police release sketch of Trinity Trails attacker

By Shane BattisPublished September 18, 2017

UPDATE: Police are searching for the attacker who they believe is about 16-19 years old and posted a sketch of the suspect to aid in the search. FWPD tweeted that he isn't connected to a second nude male...

Brandion Victorian was one of several volunteers who helped sort and pack donations for South Texas evacuees. (Photo by Shane Battis.)

Students volunteer at Goodwill for Harvey relief

By Shane BattisPublished September 1, 2017

Hurricane Harvey left a trail of devastation after tearing through South Texas and forcing thousands of residents to flee their home as flood waters rose. TCU's campus is 261 miles from Houston,...

North Texans fuel long lines at gas stations

By Shane BattisPublished August 31, 2017

Some Fort Worth residents are lining up at the pumps as North Texas begins the Labor Day weekend with a limited supply of gasoline. The dwindling supply is the result of ten South Texas refineries going...

How to help Hurricane Harvey flooding victims

By Shane BattisPublished August 28, 2017

Relief is needed after the devastation from Tropical Storm Harvey, a Category 4 hurricane turned tropical storm that displaced many South Texas residents from their homes over the weekend. According...

Update: Heavy rainfall expected in Fort Worth, Hurricane Harvey approaches Texas coast

By Shane BattisPublished August 24, 2017

Update: Aug. 25 at 12:30 p.m. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Fort Worth predicts some heavy rain this weekend, but did not include strong winds in Friday's update. Latest information on #Harvey...

Shooter arrested near Montgomery Plaza, one person injured

By Shane BattisPublished February 15, 2017

Fort Worth Police have arrested a shooting suspect in the 2600 block of West 7th Street, according to Fort Worth Police Department public relations officer Gezim Pollozani. Officers set up a perimeter...

About 50 music education students are going to the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) convention. (Photo by Shane Battis)

Music education students network at national convention

By Shane BattisPublished February 9, 2017

Tubas, trumpets, and many other instruments regularly blast through the practice rooms of Ed Landreth as musicians in the TCU School of Music hone their skills, but these rooms may be quieter this...

Sunbelt Middle Market Manager Jenny Fox spoke to students about her experience in the workforce and shared advice on communication etiquette. (Photo by Shane Battis)

Fireside Forum teaches students to communicate in the workforce

By Shane BattisPublished February 3, 2017

Students listened closely as a longtime businessman recalled a time when his former boss lost his temper during an altercation then apologized as the two worked to have more civil conversations in...

President Donald Trump signs an executive order on extreme vetting during an event at the Pentagon in Washington, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. (AP Photos/Susan Walsh)

Chancellor and students react to Trump’s executive order; campus protest planned for Thursday

By Elizabeth Campbell and Shane BattisPublished January 31, 2017

TCU hosts six students from Iran, Somalia and Sudan: Three of the seven countries listed in President Trump's travel ban, according to the 2016 TCU Fact Book. The order sparked protests nationwide...

Over 1,900 signed up for Womens March-Fort Worth Saturday afternoon

Over 1,900 signed up for Women’s March-Fort Worth Saturday afternoon

By Shane BattisPublished January 20, 2017

Organizers of the Women's March-Fort Worth are expecting about 1,900 people to join Saturday afternoon's march through downtown. Marchers will meet in front of the Tarrant County Courthouse. The group...

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