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The student section cheers during the mens basketball game against Oklahoma State. (Micah Pearce/Staff Writer)

Ten years later, basketball attendance surges from rewards to records

By Micah Pearce
Published Feb 17, 2022
The TCU men's basketball team broke back-to-back student attendance records, as well as an overall attendance record.
Graduate biology student Padraic Elliott shows off a tagged Texas horned lizard for the camera. Elliott is one of the TCU students taking part in the horned lizard reintroduction project. (Photo courtesy Padraic Elliott)

Comrades true: TCU students take part in Horned Frog conservation

By Camilla Price
Published Feb 10, 2022
Saving the mascot, part two
Fort Worth Police began pursuing the suspect in South Hills and the chase ended at the Sid W. Richardson Building on TCU campus Tuesday night. (Photo by Derek Lytle)

Fort Worth Police arrests man on TCU campus after city-wide pursuit

By Derek Lytle and JD Pells
Published Feb 8, 2022
The Fort Worth Police Department arrested a suspect outside of the Sid W. Richardson Building Tuesday night.
Impact of Words student organization delivers smiles on sticky notes

Impact of Words student organization delivers smiles on sticky notes

By Madyson Buchanan, Kyla Vogel and Katharine Vaughn
Published Feb 6, 2022
Impact of Words organization members work to uplift students all across campus.
The bronze Horned Frog Statue greets students between Sadler and Reed Halls. TCU adopted the horned lizard as its mascot in 1893. (Jeffrey McWhorter/TCU Marketing and Communication)

Riff Ram Bah Zoo: TCU joins fight to save horned lizards 

By Camilla Price
Published Feb 6, 2022
Saving the mascot, part one
A street sign warns drivers of ice prevention operations on highways ahead of winter weather in Dallas, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022. A major winter storm was expected to affect a huge swath of the United States, with heavy snow starting in the Rockies and freezing rain as far south as Texas before it drops snow and ice on the Midwest. The forecast comes nearly a year after a catastrophic winter storm devastated Texas power grid, causing hundreds of deaths. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

From shorts to snow, Fort Worth braces for ice

By Lance Minor
Published Feb 1, 2022
Ice, sleet and snow are expected to hit Tarrant County Wednesday evening.
TCUs graphic design Bachelor of Fine Art program prepares students for success in the design world through an intensive 4 year program that culminates with a senior showcase in the Moudy Gallery. (Courtesy of TCU Graphic Design)

TCU graphic designers dare to grow

By Madyson Buchanan
Published Jan 29, 2022
​​How TCU's graphic design program has taught its BFA students to go boldly and face change.
Luke Savage, a pitcher for the TCU baseball team, poses next to a stack of gear donated to Blessed Feet. (Photo courtesy of Luke Savage)

Blessed Feet: A charity reaching young athletes around the world

By Ella Gibson
Published Jan 26, 2022
Blessed Feet, a local nonprofit, utilizes community donations and volunteers to provide cleats to young athletes around the world.
The updated TCU School of Medicine Logo. (Courtesy of the Office of the Chancellor)

TCU takes the helm of medical school

By JD Pells
Published Jan 13, 2022
TCU adds a medical school to its list of 10 schools.
Ben Thompson throws the Horned Frog hand sign during bows at reopening night of Waitress on Broadway. (Photo by Bruce Glikas, courtesy of Ben Thompson)

TCU alum ‘bleeds purple’ on some of Broadway’s biggest stages

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Dec 13, 2021
A TCU alum under the bright lights shares his story.
The Harrison Administration Building

New leadership on campus is around the corner

By Kyla Vogel
Published Dec 3, 2021
The search for a president will resume in the spring.