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TCU quarterback Max Duggan scores one of his three rushing touchdowns against Texas Tech on Nov. 7, 2020. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Colorado preview: Can the Frogs start the Sonny Dykes era with a victory?

By Micah Pearce, Staff WriterPublished September 1, 2022
TCU football gears up for the 2022 season led by new head coach Sonny Dykes.
Raya Shelashska and her family in Ukraine. Courtesy of Raya Shelashska

Desperate call: TCU student from Kyiv drops everything to help people in her homeland

By JD Pells and Haeven GibbonsPublished March 23, 2022

Desperate call: TCU student from Kyiv drops everything to help people in her homeland

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 BuchananPublished January 29, 2022

Members of the TCU cheering team celebrate a score against Kansas in the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in Fort Worth, Texas. TCU won 27-17. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

A guide to Fort Worth: Horned Frog Family Week

By Madyson BuchananPublished September 23, 2021

A guide to Fort Worth: Horned Frog Family Week

Volunteers build bags of dry goods in a parking lot outside of AT&T Stadium during a Tarrant Area Food Bank mobile pantry distribution event in Arlington, Texas, Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Cars lined the surrounding streets around the home of the Dallas Cowboys and the nearby Texas Rangers Globe Life Field as Thanksgiving holiday food items were distributed to over 5,000 families. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Organizations fight hunger on local and national levels

By Haeven GibbonsPublished January 27, 2021
Hunger is not just fought at the federal level. Across the country, cities like Fort Worth are working to ensure that residents have enough food to eat.
From left, Abigail Leocadio, stands with her children, Areli, 9, Eliel, 12, Zeret, 10, and Samai, 15, after a delivery from the Emmaus House food pantry Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Phoenix. Leocadio says the food provides less than half of what her family eats in four weeks, but significantly reduces their monthly bill. Before the pandemic, the family was saving to buy a house, but that money has been wiped out. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

The demographics and economics behind hunger

By Haeven GibbonsPublished January 26, 2021
Hunger tends to saturate specific zip codes within counties. In Tarrant County, 76114, or the city of River Oaks, experiences hunger at a disproportionate rate to its neighbors. 
Domingo Estrada graduated in 2007 from TCUs SCCD. Photo courtesy of Domingo Estrada and Beowulf Sheehan.

Alum inspires current dancers to pursue their passions

By Robbie VaglioPublished January 14, 2020

For one TCU alumnus, dance was always on his radar, but he didn’t know if pursuing it would lead to the best return on investment.  Domingo Estrada, who graduated from TCU’s School for Classical...

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

Counseling and mental health center implement changes to better assist students

By Ariana Williams, Kathryn Lewis, Ariana Williams and Kathryn LewisPublished December 3, 2019

TCU's mental health center is looking to rethink the traditional model of college mental health through the implementation of new programs and initiatives. The counseling and mental health center received...

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