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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
Ahead of Family Weekend, here's a look at some of TCU's traditions.
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 GoFrogs.com)

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

By Charles Baggarly, Sports EditorPublished April 11, 2022

It was a 2-1 count. Third baseman Brayden Taylor was up to bat for the Frogs, who were leading Texas A&M - Corpus Christi 11-6. Center fielder Elijah Nunez, who doubled the prior at bat, was stretching...

People try to extinguish a fire in a market after a Russian attack in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

A TCU alumna returns from covering the war in Ukraine: What’s next

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published March 29, 2022

A TCU alumna is en route to cover the war in Ukraine

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

John V. Roach Honors College

Longtime TCU champion John V. Roach dies at 83

By JD PellsPublished March 21, 2022

Longtime TCU champion John V. Roach dies at 83

Lauren Heard scored 18 points and 12 rebounds to have her third career double-double. Photo Courtesy of Heesoo Yang.

Heard Mentality: Lauren Heard is rewriting TCU basketball history

By Sederick Oliver, Executive Editor, Image MagazinePublished March 4, 2022

The Fort Worth Contemporary Arts gallery features work from MFA students Benjamin Loftis, Sheryl Anaya, Madi Ortega and Sarah Theurer Hunt. (Sarah Crispi/Staff Writer) 

Works in 2022 MFA Candidacy Exhibition ‘With Pleasure’ hold personal meanings for students

By Sarah CrispiPublished February 20, 2022

TCU’s second-year Master of Fine Arts candidates created works for "With Pleasure," an exhibition with a focus on memories tied to a specific place. The exhibition, which featured works in sculpture,...

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam)

Artist at the Modern Art Museum uses pennies to reflect on the pandemic

By Emma WatsonPublished February 10, 2022

Glass pennies glow in a darkened room. A chest X-ray reveals a penny-sized shape in the stomach of a young boy. A bulging bag of pennies sits in the middle of the room. Pennies are the heart of an...

Cowtown Clay, founded in 2019, is one of the many female-owned businesses located in Fort Worth.

Fort Worth female-owned businesses grow, starting on West Vickery

By Ella GibsonPublished January 24, 2022

Fort Worth female-owned businesses are flourishing, and a business strip located on West Vickery Boulevard is proving just that. Local businesses Cowtown Clay, Lila + Hayes and Cowtown Kids Art Studio...

2021 TCU Esports Project. (Courtesy of Asa Tuten)

Creating a legacy: Tuten talks TCU Esports competitions, funding and more

By JD PellsPublished January 22, 2022

A senior computer science major who's also president of TCU's Esports club lobbied and recruited so the club can one day turn into a varsity-level program. In 2021, the Esports club operated teams...

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