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McKenzie Butler

IMAGE: Campus lookbook: game-day looks

Published November 15, 2015

Game day on TCU campus is everything a Horned Frog could ever want. The smell of hamburgers on the grill, the sound of the TCU marching band in Frog Alley, the chants of "Go Frogs" on everyone's lips,...

People visit Pumpkins on the Prairie to pick out the best pumpkin.

IMAGE Sneak Peek: Best pumpkin patches in Fort Worth

By Molly JenkinsPublished November 13, 2015

Now that pumpkin season has ended, the patches are getting ready for next year. In this sneak peek for this year's second issue of IMAGE Magazine, find out where you should visit next year. The next edition...

Wes Moore, the author of TCUs latest common reading, spoke to a packed audience in the BLUU Ballroom Wednesday, Oct. 28. (Photo by Emily Laff.)

Is the Common Reading changing college?

Published November 11, 2015

This year, like many years prior, universities across the nation assigned some form of a common reading for their incoming first-year students. Most assignments like this went on without a hitch, except...

Opinion: TCU should not support campus carry

Opinion: TCU should not support campus carry

By Erika SimonsonPublished November 5, 2015

TCU’s duty is to create the best possible academic environment for our faculty, staff and students, and that is only achieved by remaining a firearm-free campus. Many argue that our Second Amendment...

OPINION: TCU should have campus carry

OPINION: TCU should have campus carry

By Shelby WhitsonPublished November 5, 2015

Imagine having to prove you had the right to freely speak. Or the right to freely practice your religion. Or to protect your life. We almost cannot conceive of a society in which this would take place...

Rev. James Wilcox is officially the new TCU Catholic chaplain.

TCU transition: Catching up with new Catholic chaplain, James Wilcox

Published November 4, 2015

The Rev. James Wilcox has officially replaced the Rev. Charles Calabrese as the TCU Catholic chaplain, and he says he has big plans for the Catholic Community. Wilcox is a DFW native. He grew up in...

Editor’s Note for Image Magazine, Fall 2015

Published November 2, 2015

Welcome to TCU’s IMAGE! This is the first of something new. This year, IMAGE is printing quarterly—that means twice the amount of IMAGE as before. That means more features about people, places and...

Saving Hope

Saving Hope

Published October 28, 2015

Hope’s eye shifted from person-to-person as doctors reconstructed her face. Although under sedation, she flinched as screws were drilled into her gaping facial wound to connect sutures in what was...

Image Magazine: Volume 47, Issue 1

Image Magazine: Volume 47, Issue 1

Published October 1, 2015

Student Government Association structure outlined

Student Government Association structure outlined

Published April 16, 2013

TCU’s Student Government Association, much like the U.S. government, can be very confusing for those not directly involved in it. Countless students and groups constantly collaborating to reach a...

Vice chancellor shares her story of persistence and hope

Vice chancellor shares her story of persistence and hope

Published April 15, 2013

Nearly 20 years ago she was a divorced mother of two struggling to care for her family. She still recalls the day she stood in a Birmingham, Ala. grocery store with $100 in her checkbook. Her sons, then...

Students join Teach For America to make an impact

Students join Teach For America to make an impact

Published April 15, 2013

Some students jump right into the workforce after they graduate and some decide to continue their education by going to graduate school, but many students have strived to make a difference in education...

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