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Trent Shaskan, Fort Worth bread maker, owner of The Table

Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store

By Haeven GibbonsPublished May 6, 2021

Grains to grocery A Fort Worth bread maker opens a local grocery store for farmers and artisans

Katherine Knapp (center) is the biggest TCU womens basketball fan you will find. (Photo courtesy of Katherine Knapp)

Women’s Basketball’s biggest fan helps support Horned Frogs and raise awareness for autism

By Sterling SillimanPublished April 19, 2021

As the women's basketball team takes the court, purple and silver pom poms glitter under the lights of the Schollmaier Arena as a voice from the stands yells, “Let’s go Frogs!”  This fan...

Photo courtesy: Haeven Gibbons

How the pandemic has affected the strategies of fighting hunger

By Haeven GibbonsPublished January 25, 2021
Americans have struggled to address hunger for nearly a century.
Head Coach Gary Patterson leads the football team out of the tunnel before a football game on November 7, 2020. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

20 years later, Gary Patterson has made TCU football a winner

By Colin PostPublished December 13, 2020

Gary Patterson's 20th Season How the legendary head coach has built a program on hard work, humility, and success

Higgins (third from left, bottom row) is a beloved member of TCU SDS (Photo Courtesy: TCU SDS)

Student development dean reflects on her 43 years at TCU

By Charlotte TomlinsonPublished December 7, 2020

TCU's associate dean of student development has seen the university blossom during her 43 years on campus. Dr. Kay Higgins, who is retiring this month, has seen the addition of state-of-the-art buildings...

Bell led the Frogs to an undefeated season and their first conference championship. (Photo courtesy: Eric Bell/Twitter)

Bell reflects on his journey in soccer after championship season

By Oscar SaraviaPublished December 6, 2020

Bell reflects on his journey in soccer The championship-winning coach is focused on more than just short-term results

Sumatran Orangutan Anita, left, feeds her offspring, Atina ,1, right, on Tuesday July 31, 2007 at the Singapore Zoo which houses their 25 Orangutans, the largest number of the species in captivity in the world. The Singapore Zoo has constantly put in efforts to educate the public about Sumatran and Bornean Orangutans, categorized as being critically endangered with an estimate of only 55,000 Bornean and 7,500 Sumatran Orangutans left in the wild to date. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

TCU students can prevent deforestation from palm oil

By Camilla PricePublished September 25, 2019

Although TCU students may feel disconnected from the environment halfway across the world, our actions – even as simple as purchasing Halloween candy – can impact wildlife thousands of miles away....

Senior economics major Tafari Witter.

Overcoming obstacles: graduate faces challenges inside, outside classroom

By Carolina OlivaresPublished May 3, 2019

PKG_SICKLE CELL from Carolina Olivares on Vimeo. “Big money!” That’s how the senior economics major is known across campus. He thrives on making people laugh and can’t seem to go anywhere...

History professor Jodi Campbell conducting research in her office in Reed Hall. Fort Worth, Texas. Monday Feb. 4, 2019, (TCU 360/ Brandon Ucker)

TCU attempts to combat unconscious bias through anonymous grading feature

By Brandon Ucker and Brandon UckerPublished February 4, 2019

The adjectives 'faceless' and 'nameless' might not be associated with grading; but a new feature in D2L hides the identities of students during the grading process. The goal is “to decrease unconscious...

The Frogstock poster is easy to spot as students walk across the Campus Commons. (Photo by Kayley Ryan)

10th-annual Frogstock features student-led music

By Kayley RyanPublished May 2, 2018

"Three hours of peace and music" – those are the words on the newest poster for the 10th-annual Frogstock, an end-of-semester music festival held on TCU’s Campus Commons. TCU students are performing...

Curtesy of gofrogs.com

Hector Gutierrez’s worldly experience has helped establish Beach Volleyball

By Alexis GuerreroPublished April 16, 2018

Hector Gutierrez is hoping to establish TCU's newest NCAA sport on campus as a program that is successful on and off the court. In his second season, head coach Hector Gutierrez is relying on his...

(Photo by Taylor Boser)

Student tells story of his life through one-man show

By Taylor BoserPublished April 15, 2018

One TCU student knew from the age of four he knew he wanted to be a performer. It wasn’t until seventh grade that he discovered musical theatre and has been following his passion ever since. Logan...

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