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The entry display at TCU Florist shows Valentine’s Day items and gifts. (Delaney Vega/ Staff Writer)

TCU Florist takes on the busiest time of the year

By Delaney Vega, Staff WriterPublished February 16, 2023
With Valentine's Day being one of the busiest business days of the year, TCU Florist talks how they prepared for the holiday.
Brazos punts Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023, at the Fort Worth Zoo to predict the winner of Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII. He chose the Philadelphia Eagles over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Baby elephant from the Fort Worth Zoo picks Super Bowl winner

By Sally Verrando, Staff WriterPublished February 11, 2023
A baby elephant scores at the Fort Worth Zoo as he predicts the Super Bowl LVII winner.
Phoenix s Charles Barkley celebrates as his coach Paul Westphal cheers him on as they rolled to a 104-97 victory over the SuperSonics at Seattle, May 28, 1993. (AP Photo/Bill Chan, File)

TCU alum chronicles the life of Charles Barkley in ‘Barkley: A Biography’

By Aidan Burt, Staff WriterPublished January 25, 2023
TCU alum Timothy Bella's new book on the NBA legend is available now.
TCU safety Mark Perry (3) sacks Colorado quarterback Brendon Lewis (12) in the first half of an NCAA college football game Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, in Boulder, Colorado. Transfers have made major impacts around the Big 12, none more than at surprising unbeatens TCU and Kansas. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

TCU football: Mark Perry’s unconventional journey to the College Football Playoff

By Dru Kennedy, Staff WriterPublished December 12, 2022
TCU football safety Mark Perry has had an unconventional college career that has led him to a chance at a national title.
Gracie Brian celebrates with teammates in the 2022 season. (Photo courtesy of

TCU soccer’s Gracie Brian to return for one final season

By Cate Thompson, Staff WriterPublished December 1, 2022
Gracie Brian has played soccer since she was four-years-old. With one more year of eligibility, she's opted to play one more season for the Frogs.
Gracie B. Harris, senior psychology and political science double major with a minor in criminal justice. Photo courtesy of Gracie Harris.

Meet Gracie Harris: SGA’s Speaker of the House

By Ella Gonzales , Staff WriterPublished November 3, 2022
Harris joined SGA as Dining Committee Chair. She soon realized that she wanted to make a bigger impact through running for Speaker of the House. 
Tend + Temples first product, a facial moisturizer, is set to launch next month. (Photo courtesy of Heath Jordan)

A Neeley student’s journey from Air Force veteran to entrepreneur

By Emma Watson, Staff WriterPublished October 27, 2022
A TCU entrepreneur is launching Tend + Temple, a skincare line inspired by his experiences as an Air Force veteran and student.
Anna Rutherford, senior music education major, plays tenor saxophone with the band during a jam session at the Scat Lounge. (Photo courtesy of Karson Beer)

Creating performers: TCU students and professors jam at local jazz club

By Allie Brown, Staff WriterPublished October 19, 2022
Though students are required to perform regularly within the music program at TCU, playing at the Scat Lounge inspires a new confidence in young musicians.
TCU punter Jordy Sandy is donating $20 to the Hope Center for Autism in Fort Worth every time one of his punts lands inside the 20-yard line. Aug. 31, 2022.

9,000 miles from home, TCU punter Jordy Sandy is making a difference in Fort Worth

By Micah Pearce, Staff WriterPublished October 13, 2022
TCU punter Jordy Sandy, an Australian-native, pledged to donate $20 to a local Fort Worth charity that hits close to home.
TCU head coach Jamie Dixon and SuperFrog celebrate the 83-73 victory over ULM in TCUs season opener. Photo by Carolina Olivares

‘Riff Ram Bah Zoo’ has history too

By TCU 360 and TCU 360Published September 30, 2022

At TCU, we love our traditions. Traditions begin the moment we curl the fingers on a peace sign or yell "Go Frogs" on game days. But what is the history behind these customs that have become a way of life for us?

We all love it and yell it at every event we can. It is the oldest cheer in the Southwest Conference, TCU's original athletic conference, and it might date back all the way to the 1920s.

Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo

Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo

Who, Wah, Wah, Who

Give "em Hell, TCU.

Kirk Saarloos coaching his players mid-game against University of Texas Arlington on April 19, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Brooke Gianopulos)

The Saarloos mentality: The long road from player to newest coach for TCU baseball

By Brooke GianopulosPublished May 25, 2022
Before TCU baseball's Head Coach Kirk Saarloos coached baseball, he played it. He fell in love not only with the game, but also with every little thing that went into practice, both physically and mentally.
Right fielder Luke Boyers, after hitting a walk off home run, celebrates with his teammates at home plat on March 12, 2022. (Photo courtesy of

Hugs and homers: TCU Baseball’s brotherhood is “what life is about”

By Charles Baggarly, Sports EditorPublished April 11, 2022
The TCU baseball brotherhood is showcased by interactions and relationships between teammates and coaches.
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