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Elf Bar and Esco Bar disposable vaping devices are displayed, Monday, June 26, 2023, in Washington. The number of electronic cigarette devices sold in the U.S. has nearly tripled since 2020, driven almost entirely by a wave of unauthorized disposable vapes from China, according to sales data obtained by the Associated Press.

Vaping makes a comeback

By Jaida Joyner, Editor
Published Apr 11, 2024
Less than two years after the FDA’s ban on JUUL vaping devices, a new manufacturer of liquid nicotine has emerged. Marketed to teens, the increase of these new gadgets on college campuses has witnessed rapid growth.
Children from the INTAKE Native Instrument Academy during a program presented by HARMAN, Monday, March 16, 2015, in Stamford, Conn. Children are participating in todays activities to help them understand the music production process through hands on experience. (Jessica Hill/AP Images for HARMAN)

A Musical Metamorphosis

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Apr 3, 2024
AI is becoming more prevalent in the music industry. How is it affecting the artists we know and love?
FILE - U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands before their meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit meeting, Nov. 14, 2022, in Nusa Dua, in Bali, Indonesia. Just 40% of U.S. adults approve of how President Joe Biden is handling relations with China, a new poll shows, with a majority anxious about Beijings influence as the White House finds its agenda increasingly shaped by global rivalries. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

South Pacific’s role in national security

By Jordan Montgomery and Ella Funke
Published Mar 21, 2024
China aims to dominate the South Pacific through gaining control of shipping routes and island nations. The U.S. Department of Defense is forming a plan to provide energy to the countries of the territory that will simultaneously boost their economies.
Original Flying T Logo (Marshall Harris/Artist)

The Accidental Genius of the Flying T

By Madeleine Thornhill, Staff Writer
Published Jan 23, 2024

In 1979, Marshall K. Harris, a graphic design student at TCU, designed the Flying T logo after a previously failed logo attempt. His original logo was called the Furious Frog, but it didn't work for...

A Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum), or commonly called a horned toad rests in a plowed field April 22, 2015 near Snyder, Tex. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Butterfly effect: Bill provides hope for declining Texas wildlife

By Camilla Price, Staff Writer
Published May 19, 2023
Senators reintroduced the Recovering America's Wildlife Act, which could save lesser-known imperiled species in Texas.
Jim speaks to students in the Dementia Care class at TCU. (Sarah Walter/Staff Writer)

More than a diagnosis: a TCU educator lives with dementia

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Mar 30, 2023
Jim McLarty's diagnosis led him to co-teaching a class on dementia at TCU.
TCU center Souleymane Doumbia (25) works beneath the basket as West Virginias Mohamed Wague, center rear, and Erik Stevenson (10) defend in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)

Who is TCU basketball’s Big Sou?

By Matt Salotti, Staff Writer
Published Mar 18, 2023
Look into the life and career of Souleymane Doubia, a center for TCU men's basketball's team who made his way around the world on his journey to Funky Town.
Portrait of Mary Couts Burnett in the library.

A donation to history: the fabled story of Mary Couts Burnett

By Laura Lane Heathcott, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
The namesake of TCU's library contested her late husband's will and her insanity conviction to win back her estate.
Tommy Sacco running to third base

Swinging for the fences: the story of TCU Baseball’s Tommy Sacco Jr.

By Ian Napetian, Staff Writer
Published Feb 20, 2023
Revisit Tommy Sacco Jr.'s legacy at TCU baseball and his journey to the professional league.
A Monarch butterfly feeds on a Duranta flower Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, in Houston. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

Monarchs on the move: Helping butterflies fly safely through Texas

By Camilla Price
Published Oct 3, 2022
You notice the kaleidoscope of butterflies around campus recently? Us too...
Students walking to class

Inside TCU’s housing crunch

By Haeven Gibbons, Staff Writer
Published Sep 12, 2022
Housing officials were prepared for 2,300 first-year students — the final count came to 2,491.