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Frog Alley parking in Fort Worth, Texas on April 9, 2022. (TCU 360/Brooke Gianopulos)

Visitor side of Frog Alley garage is open for students during storms

By Brooke GianopulosPublished April 19, 2022

If there’s one thing students consistently complain about, it’s parking. There are about 11,000 parking spots available on campus and 9,000 issued parking permits, yet students still feel...

The TCU Wind Symphony prepares to play on opening night at the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU. (JD Pells/Executive Editor)

A dedication to sound: The Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU officially opens

By JD PellsPublished April 8, 2022

A dedication to sound: The Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU

President Joe Biden speaks at the Tarrant County Resource Connection in Fort Worth, Texas, Tuesday, March 8, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Joe Biden visits veterans in Fort Worth

By Lucy PuentePublished March 15, 2022

President Joe Biden called to action the improvement of health care services for veterans after they've returned home during a speech last Tuesday in southeast Fort Worth. In Texas, there are 1.4 million...

Following CDC guidance, masks are optional for the TCU campus community beginning March 1, 2022. (JD Pells/TCU 360)

Students react to TCU’s mask-optional policy

By JD Pells and Tristen SmithPublished March 1, 2022

TCU students are now no longer required to wear face masks in most on-campus areas, according to an email sent by the Chancellor's Campus Readiness Task Force around 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The email...

Luke Savage, a pitcher for the TCU baseball team, poses next to a stack of gear donated to Blessed Feet. (Photo courtesy of Luke Savage)

Blessed Feet: A charity reaching young athletes around the world

By Ella GibsonPublished January 26, 2022

A TCU baseball pitcher is putting new life into old cleats. Sophomore pitcher Luke Savage founded the charity Blessed Feet in 2020 to supply used baseball cleats to young athletes around the world. Before...

FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2021, file photo, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks before he signs an anti-smuggling bill at McAllen City Hall in McAllen, Texas. Gov. Abbott has signed redrawn voting maps that pave a safer path for the GOPs slipping majority, leaving opponents hoping courts will block the newly gerrymandered districts before they can be used in the 2022 elections. Abbott signed the maps Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, according to a spokeswoman for the governor. (Joel Marinez/The Monitor via AP, File)

Gov. Greg Abbott approves new political maps amid lawsuits from civil rights groups

By Alexandra LangPublished October 28, 2021

On Monday, Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law the newly-drawn map of congressional districts, finalizing the design of electoral maps in Texas for the next ten years. In November of last year, the Republicans...

TCU students organized a hair donation drive on Thursday, Sept. 30, to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs. (Staff Photographer: Leah Bolling)

TCU students organize hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer

By Leah Bolling, Managing EditorPublished October 6, 2021

TCU students organized a hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs on Thursday, Sept. 30. Each participant donated at least eight inches...

Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena

Namesake of Schollmaier Arena remembered

By Colin PostPublished September 16, 2021

Ed Schollmaier, the namesake for TCU's Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena and a 25-year member of the TCU Board of Trustees, died Thursday at the age of 87. "Ed Schollmaier made an unbelievable impact as...

Max Duggan gets tackled.

Horned Frogs rack up preseason honors leading up to highly-anticipated 2021 season

By Colin PostPublished August 30, 2021

Anyone who has spent time around Gary Patterson knows that the 21-season head coach doesn't like to get caught up in "the hype." "It's a nice feeling, but the bottom line is, I've been in this business...

In this Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, photo, the fin of a great white shark is seen swimming past a research boat in the waters off Gansbaai, South Africa. Extensive research by shark expert Michael Rutzen and his marine biologist partner, Sara Andreotti, has found that great whites off the South African coast are rapidly heading for extinction. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)

Environmental spotlight: Explaining the twin threats facing shark and ray populations worldwide

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished February 2, 2021

Sharks, rays endangered from twin threats of overfishing and public perception Global shark and ray populations plummeted 71% in the past 50 years as overfishing increased 18-fold – but is the...

The University Recreation Center. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

University Recreation and Wellness Promotion Centers support students amid COVID-19

By TCU 360Published November 16, 2020

Midterm- Campus Recreation from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. Video by Gracie Reinhardt

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