86° Fort Worth
All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

TCU 360

All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

Image of Zach Evans on field

Battle for the saddle: TCU football looks to get back on track against Texas Tech

By Ryan Bunnell
Published Oct 8, 2021
TCU football takes on Texas Tech this Saturday in the Frogs' first road test of the season.
Outside of the J.M. Moudy Visual Arts and Communication Building where the College of Fine Arts is located (Ariel Wallace/ TCU 360).

Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship minor returns to TCU

By Ariel Wallace
Published Oct 8, 2021
The Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship program is back at TCU after budget reallocations.
The Yik Yak announcement on the website declares the apps return to mobile phones. (Photo courtesy of yikyak.com)

Yik Yak is back: a controversial return to campus

By Katharine Vaughn
Published Oct 8, 2021
A popular app that allows users to post anonymously makes its return to TCU.
TCU cornerback TreVius Hodges-Tomlinson (1) celebrates with his teammates after his interception during TCUs 45-3 win over Duquesne on Sept. 4, 2021. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Holding down the Fort: Tomlinson leaving his own legacy in footsteps of his legendary uncle

By Colin Post
Published Oct 6, 2021
The All-American cornerback was asked to move to safety when teammate T.J. Carter was ejected for targeting.
People walking in front of The Carter during their 60 years celebration, Sept. 25, 2021. (Tenae Durham/TCU360)

Amon Carter Museum of American Art celebrates 60 years, amps up for ‘Second Thursdays’

By Tenae Durham
Published Oct 6, 2021
The Fort Worth museum returns to in-person events in a big way, introducing a brand new monthly event involving drinks, guest speakers, art and more.
Students explore the dining options, including a pizza station, sandwich station, salad bar and more inside Market Square. (Kyla Vogel/TCU 360).

Market Square navigates growing campus population and dietary demands

By Kyla Vogel
Published Oct 5, 2021
Market Square struggles to keep up with growing student population and dietary needs but looks to expand by 2023.
LauRent Honeycutt chats with campus community members in his role as TCU Student Body President.

TCU Student Body President leads with service and a smile

By Collin Pittmann
Published Oct 4, 2021
TCU Student Body President Lau'rent Honeycutt talks about his experience in the position so far, and what he hopes to do moving forward.
Senior Messiah Bright takes on two Houston defenders on Sunday, Oct. 3. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Back on track: No. 10 TCU soccer gets back in win column against Houston Cougars

By Haley Cabrera
Published Oct 4, 2021
The Frogs are now 9-2-1 on the season.
Texas running back Bijan Robinson (5) gets tackled by TCU linebacker Dee Winters (13) in the Frogs 32-27 loss to the Longhorns in Fort Worth on Oct. 2, 2021. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

Messed with Bijan, got the Horns: TCU football run over by Robinson, drop second-straight

By Colin Post
Published Oct 2, 2021
The sophomore running back totaled 216 rushing yards and two touchdowns for Texas.
TCU receiver Taye Barber makes a contested catch against UT in the Horned Frogs 37-27 win at home in 2019. (Cristian ArguetaSoto/Staff Photographer)

Who’s really back? A look at the history of TCU and Texas’ historic rivalry

By Joey Palmeri
Published Oct 1, 2021
The rivalry has been going on since 1897.
FILE - In this file photo from March 6, 2017, Texas Sen. Lois Kolkhorst, front, backed by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, center, and other legislators talk to the media during a news conference to discuss Senate Bill 6 at the Texas Capitol in Austin, Texas. Just months after a high-profile study revealed that Texas has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the developed world, state lawmakers failed to respond by passing comprehensive legislation to combat the crisis during the legislative session. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Capitol chatter: Kolkhorst brings rivalry between Frogs, Longhorns to Texas legislature

By Hannah Gagow
Published Oct 1, 2021
The Texas Senator had some trash talk for the Longhorns on the floor of the Texas legislature.
Colby Hall, an all-female
dormitory on TCUs campus. (Photo courtesy of TCU Housing and Residence Life)

‘The Red Zone’ still exists in the COVID-19 age

By Rebecca Robinson
Published Sep 30, 2021
Studies show the first 6 to ten weeks of a female student’s college career are her most susceptible to sexual assault or harassment.