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FILE - Blake Davis, 10, of Coral Springs, Fla., looks through solar glasses as he watches the eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. After April 8, 2024, there won’t be another U.S. eclipse, spanning coast to coast, until 2045. That one will stretch from Northern California all the way to Cape Canaveral, Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

Total solar eclipse will darken DFW in April

By Madilyn Kopec, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
Night will become day on April 8 during a total eclipse that should stretch from Mexico to Maine.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni gather inside the TCU intercultural center for Lunar New Year’s celebrations on Feb. 9, 2024. (Zahra Ahmad/Staff Photographer)

TCU celebrates Year of the Dragon with Lunar New Year event 

By Zahra Ahmad, Staff Writer
Published Feb 15, 2024
TCU student organizations celebrate the Lunar New Year with food, music and community.
The Gravess family banner to identity Otis lives with them. (Sophia Allen / Staff Photographer)

No cat-napping allowed

By Sophia Allen, Amelia Crowley and Anna Clare Payne
Published Feb 14, 2024

He’s a charming guy. People love to give him rides and offer a place to sleep and a meal. But Otis the cat has a home. “Otis is a star,” said Henson Graves, who along with his wife adopted...

Marina Magnant smiles with Chancellor Boschini on the football field after being announced as TCU’s outstanding senior at halftime of the homecoming football game against BYU. (Photo courtesy of Amy Peterson)

Meet Marina Magnant: TCU’s 2023 outstanding senior

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Jan 26, 2024
Meet the newest recipient of TCU's annual Outstanding Senior award.
Pre-Columbian antiquities diplayed in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in Suite 4 of Scharbauer Hall (Jaida Joyner/Staff Writer)

University employee steals a quarter million dollars worth of pre-Columbian pottery

By Jaida Joyner, Staff Writer
Published Jan 17, 2024
TCU graduate seminar studies the 2001 heist of Andean artifacts.
Christmas Tree displayed at Lightscape. (Photo courtesy of Fort Worth Botanic Garden)

Lightscape is a Fort Worth holiday must

By Mattea Skinner, Staff Writer
Published Dec 12, 2023

The holiday season is upon us and Fort Worth knows how to celebrate. There are many events around Fort Worth but one must-see that will provide the backdrop for many cherished memories is the international...

Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez, a ballet folklorico dancer, performs at the SACNAS Latinx Heritage Showcase. (Abby McCutchan/Staff Writer)

Student showcase celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Nov 1, 2023
SACNAS celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by hosting a Latinx Heritage Showcase, highlighting the diverse cultures at TCU.
Kelsea Ballerini performs a concert for “FrogFest” at the Texas Christian University campus commons, Oct. 14, 2023. Ballerini’s appearance at TCU was the first time she’s performed since July, 2023. (TCU 360/ Shane Manson)

Behind The Scenes of TCU’s 2023 Homecoming Concert

By Lailah White, Staff Writer
Published Oct 27, 2023

TCU ended its grand 150th sesquicentennial celebration with a homecoming concert that drew thousands to the heart of the campus. As the sun dipped below the horizon and the campus came alive with the...

The record-breaking attendance at the TCU vs. No. 6 Texas matchup inside the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena on Wednesday, Oct.18

TCU Volleyball falls to No. 6 Texas in an intense five set match

By Sarah Smith, Staff Writer
Published Oct 19, 2023
Fans of both teams showed out at the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena for a true Texas battle and broke the all-time attendance record for any TCU women's sport.
The four panelists for TCU’s Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium, from left to right: Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado, Annette Anderson, Terri Parton and Chebon Kernell. (Abby McCutchan/Staff Writer)

Symposium discussion analyzes TCU’s relationship with native and indigenous peoples

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Oct 16, 2023
TCU celebrated its Seventh Annual Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day with a symposium discussing the university's relationship with native and indigenous peoples.
The 4 panelists at the symposium, from left to right: Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado, Annette Anderson, Terri Parton, Chebon Kernall. (Alicia Takacs)

TCU celebrates Seventh Annual Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day

By Alicia Takacs, Staff Writer
Published Oct 9, 2023
The day was highlighted by a symposium discussing TCU's presence in the Native American and Indigenous community.
TCU student feeds kangaroo at exotic petting zoo on campus. (Sasha Chapman/Staff Writer)

TCU hosts exotic petting zoo to campus for Recovery Awareness Month

By Sasha Chapman, Staff Writer
Published Oct 2, 2023

Exotic animals, such as a kangaroo, a fennec fox, a bearcat and a lemur, were on campus last week as part of an effort to support students in recovery. TCU's Substance Use & Recovery Services (SURS)...