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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. 
Kirk Saarloos coaching his players mid-game against University of Texas Arlington on April 19, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Brooke Gianopulos)

The Saarloos mentality: The long road from player to newest coach for TCU baseball

By Brooke Gianopulos
Published May 25, 2022
Before TCU baseball's Head Coach Kirk Saarloos coached baseball, he played it. He fell in love not only with the game, but also with every little thing that went into practice, both physically and mentally.
A groundbreaking international study conducted by The Center for Generational Kinetics and commissioned by WP Engine reveals that Generation Z, born between 1996-2010, is fueled by technology in all facets of their life, and expects the Internet to connect them, entertain them, sell to them and build their digital brand. (Photo: Business Wire)

Gen Z: An in-depth look at the generation as it comes of age

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Apr 30, 2022
This report was compiled using reporting done by students enrolled in JOUR 40643 summer semester 2021 for Image Magazine's Spring 2022 issue.
AP Photo

Collaboration, awareness: Strategies of the Fort Worth Police Human Trafficking Unit

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The Fort Worth Police Department Human Trafficking Unit, which transitioned from the major case unit in 2019, identifies and removes people being used by human traffickers. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Downtown Fort Worth

How the Fort Worth Crisis Intervention Team handles mental health calls

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
Individuals suffering from untreated mental illness are 16 times more likely to be killed during a police encounter than other civilians, according to a study from the Treatment Advocacy Center. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Children from the Prestonwood Christian Academy watch as a riderless horse is escorted to the funeral service for Little Elm Police Department Det. Jerry Walker at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. Fort Worth Mounted Patrol officer Cathy Fowler takes the reins.  (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP, Pool)

How the Fort Worth Mounted Patrol has protected the city for over a century

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The Mounted Patrol has kept its mission — “no terrain too rough, no task too tough” — alive for over a century. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.