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TCUs Presidential Investiture of Daniel Pullin. Its the first time the university has had a president since the mid-1900s.

President Daniel W. Pullin’s investiture marks a historical milestone and a new beginning for TCU

By Corrigan Smiley, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2023

The Van Cliburn Concert Hall was filled on Thursday as TCU marked the investiture of Daniel Pullin as its first modern president.   Chancellor Victor Boschini, in his 21st year at TCU, assured the...

President Pullins sign outside of Rees-Jones Hall on Feb. 9, 2023 (Sydney Brunson/TCU 360).

President Pullin’s focuses for TCU’s next 50 years

By Jordan Montgomery, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2023

TCU President Daniel Pullin announced in a university town hall that he will emphasize five different categories to expand the scope and success of the university.  Following five years of teaching...

A panel of visiting national journalists discuss current events and the state of the news. (From left: Omar Villafranca, Jeff Pegues, Margaret Brennan, Bob Schieffer, Susan Glasser, Peter Baker)

Schieffer Symposium makes a glittering return to TCU

By Lillie Davidson, PolitiFrog Editor
Published Nov 8, 2023
The symposium returned Tuesday night in honor of the 10th anniversary of the naming of TCU's College of Communications.
TCU quarterback Josh Hoover throws a pass against Texas Tech on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023, in Lubbock, Texas. (Annie Rice/Lubbock Avalanche-Journal via AP)

Preview: TCU looks to play spoiler to Texas’ College Football Playoff hopes

By Ethan Love, Staff Writer
Published Nov 8, 2023

Road Woes TCU is 1-3 on the road this season after dropping its last game to Texas Tech in Lubbock, but the Frogs will look to improve their home record against No. 7 Texas this weekend. "I hate...

FILE: October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and campaigns are showing their support for breast cancer awareness. Photo by AP

Breast Cancer Awareness month shines a light on the importance of testing

By Caroline Denning , Staff Writer
Published Nov 7, 2023
With new studies suggesting women have a risk assessment by 25, some TCU students may consider being assessed for breast cancer.
Bob Schieffer speaks at TCUs final Schieffer Symposium in 2015. (Photo by Glen E. Ellman)

Schieffer Symposium on the News set to return to TCU

By Lillie Davidson, PolitiFrog Editor
Published Nov 5, 2023
The symposium's return marks 10 years since the College of Communication was named for Schieffer.
Artistic rendering of new city hall (Courtesy of the City of Fort Worth).

Fort Worth will be getting a new city hall starting in 2024

By Jordan Montgomery , Staff Writer
Published Oct 30, 2023

The City of Fort Worth will begin consolidating its operations into one downtown building starting Jan. 1, 2024.  City functions are currently dispersed amongst more than 15 office spaces. Officials...

Sgt. Rich Martinez and Commander Fred Long teach students techniques in Self-Defense Class. (Sasha Chapman/Staff Writer)

TCU Campus Recreation & Wellness Promotion brings self-defense class to campus

By Sasha Chapman, Staff Writer
Published Oct 29, 2023
TCU police officers gave 15 students practical tips to escape from an attacker.
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Derek Holland during a news conference before the 2011 American League championship series, the last one the Rangers appeared in. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Rangers punch ticket to first World Series since 2011, what was popular back then?

By Micah Pearce, Executive Editor
Published Oct 25, 2023
It's been a dozen years since the Texas Rangers have played in a World Series. The last time was in 2011, when some of these notable things went on.
Grace Vanucchi, Mac Eubank and Sasha Voldina perform to “Super Important” choreographed 
by Sarah Newton.

Chi Tau Epsilon and DanceTCU present biannual Brown Bag Dance performance

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Oct 25, 2023
Alumni, family and students gathered to support TCU dancers on homecoming weekend.
The exterior of AT&T Stadium, inside which Delta Gamma hosted its annual Anchorbowl on Oct. 21. (Alicia Takacs/Staff Writer)

Delta Gamma’s annual Anchorbowl played at AT&T Stadium

By Alicia Takacs, Staff Writer
Published Oct 24, 2023
The Anchorbowl is a yearly philanthropy event hosted by Delta Gamma that raises money for their chapter’s philanthropy, Service for Sight.
Theatre TCU students observe as Drew Gasparini teaches during his on-campus masterclass. (Caroline Kellam/Staff Writer)

Theatre students perform for award-winning songwriter and musical composer Drew Gasparini

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Oct 22, 2023
Broadway-bound composer advances Theatre TCU’s training by offering wisdom and assistance to students.