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Jesus Christ Superstar cast members rehearse with the tech team. (Ellie Griffin)

Jesus Christ Superstar is still challenging audiences decades later

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
Penny Maas, the show’s director, said her vision is to challenge the audience, while still maintaining a serious, respectful attitude among the cast.
Atmos Energy trucks parked outside of Foster Hall Monday morning. Crews were on campus making repairs to a gas line behind Jarvis Hall.

All-clear issued after gas leak prompts evacuations of four campus buildings

By Lillie Davidson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 15, 2024
Students were advised to avoid the area surrounding Jarvis, Foster, Ed Landreth and Waits Halls.
The TCU Police Department is located at 3025 Lubbock Ave., Fort Worth, Texas. (Heesoo Yang/TCU 360)

Campus safety: Cases, safety measures and resources

By News Now Staff
Published Apr 15, 2024
On this special edition of TCU News Now, our reporters look at the cases that impacted TCU, break down the school's safety measures and shine a light on the resources. 
Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote and published “Stella the Shark has a toothache.” (Photo courtesy of Cayla Prophater)

TCU student publishes a children’s dental hygiene book

By Savanna Dastrup, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2024
Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote "Stella the Shark has a toothache," available now on Amazon.

Go inside to stay alive: surviving tornado season in Fort Worth

By Allie DeSimone and Cate Stewart
Published Apr 9, 2024
Being ready with an emergency kit and knowing where to seek shelter can ensure safety during severe weather.
The Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU (Photo courtesy of Kyle Cornelison)

The reputation of TCU’s Van Cliburn Concert Hall brings in high-caliber military ensembles

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 5, 2024
“The word is out” about TCU’s acoustically pristine concert hall, bringing many premiere music groups to the campus and the community.
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student Fatema Jafferji assesses a boy’s throat at a Refugee Health Initiative clinic in November 2022. The boy and his family are refugees from Syria. (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Elbanna)

Burnett School of Medicine at TCU students pilot health literacy initiative for refugees

By Zahra Ahmad, Staff Writer
Published Apr 2, 2024
A new initiative by the Burnett School of Medicine is the school's first to focus on refugee health.
News Now April 1, 2024

TCU News Now: Severe weather today, tornado safety and a data breach

By News Now Staff
Published Apr 1, 2024
This week on TCU News Now: Severe weather today, tornado safety and a data breach.
Vice presidential candidates Harrison Leath (left) and Charity Ketu (right) speak during the TCU 360 vice presidential candidate debate on Tuesday, March 26, 2024.

SGA VP, presidential candidates debate

By News Now Staff
Published Mar 26, 2024
TCU 360 hosted the 2024 Student Government Association's Vice Presidential and Presidential debates on Tuesday.
TCU players JaKobe Coles, Micah Peavy and Emanuel Miller walking to the locker room after 88-72 loss to Utah State in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

TCU’s NCAA tournament run cut short with heartbreaking first-round loss to Utah State

By Sarah Smith, Staff Writer
Published Mar 23, 2024
The Frogs season came to an end last night in Indianapolis.
TCU guard Jameer Nelson Jr. (4) shoots between Houston forward JWan Roberts (13) and guard Mylik Wilson (8) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinal round of the Big 12 Conference tournament, Thursday, March 14, 2024, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

TCU secures place in NCAA tournament for third year in a row

By Sarah Smith, Staff Writer
Published Mar 22, 2024
Do the 9-seed Frogs have what it takes to stomp past the 8-seed Utah State Aggies in the first round of the NCAA tournament?
FILE - U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands before their meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit meeting, Nov. 14, 2022, in Nusa Dua, in Bali, Indonesia. Just 40% of U.S. adults approve of how President Joe Biden is handling relations with China, a new poll shows, with a majority anxious about Beijings influence as the White House finds its agenda increasingly shaped by global rivalries. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

South Pacific’s role in national security

By Jordan Montgomery and Ella Funke
Published Mar 21, 2024
China aims to dominate the South Pacific through gaining control of shipping routes and island nations. The U.S. Department of Defense is forming a plan to provide energy to the countries of the territory that will simultaneously boost their economies.