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A TCU student was fatally shot in the area of West Seventh St. early this morning. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

The FWPD Vice Unit: Putting a stop to illegal organizations

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The Fort Worth Police Department Vice Unit investigated crimes related to organized gambling operations, electronic file-sharing of child pornography, online solicitation of minors and prostitution-based escort services. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Downtown Fort Worth

The city beat: Fort Worth, Texas

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Apr 29, 2022
This is the first of an ongoing series of articles examining issues facing Fort Worth. The stories were reported and written by students in JOUR 30204. Working in teams, students explore issues through the Fault Lines of class, generation, geography, gender, sexual orientation and race.
Longhorns walk the street during a cattle drive demonstration at the Fort Worth Stockyards Thursday, March 11, 2021. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Keeping Funky Town under control: What’s the Fort Worth Crime Control and Prevention District?

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The CCPD was initially established in 1995 to combat local crime— record crime rates across the city in the late '80s and early '90s were the driving force of the CCPD — but over the last 25 years, it has become an integral part of city spending. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Ukrainian artists Vasfie Abdurafeeva and Anna Andriets stand in front of their work at a festival at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

Creating to cope: Local Ukrainian potters use their works to help their homeland, cope with the war

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Apr 13, 2022
They watched from Flower Mound as major cities crumpled into ruins and millions of Ukrainians became refugees. They didn't just want to standby.
People try to extinguish a fire in a market after a Russian attack in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

A TCU alumna returns from covering the war in Ukraine: What’s next

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Mar 29, 2022
Her prep, her goals and her fears
Raya Shelashska and her family in Ukraine. Courtesy of Raya Shelashska

Desperate call: TCU student from Kyiv drops everything to help people in her homeland

By JD Pells and Haeven Gibbons
Published Mar 23, 2022
A TCU Ph. D. student uses her life's work to help her people in the chaos of war
Lauren Heard scored 18 points and 12 rebounds to have her third career double-double. Photo Courtesy of Heesoo Yang.

Heard Mentality: Lauren Heard is rewriting TCU basketball history

By Sederick Oliver
Published Mar 4, 2022
Lauren Heard plays her final home game of the regular season Saturday, March 5, 2022.
The student section cheers during the mens basketball game against Oklahoma State. (Micah Pearce/Staff Writer)

Ten years later, basketball attendance surges from rewards to records

By Micah Pearce
Published Feb 17, 2022
The TCU men's basketball team broke back-to-back student attendance records, as well as an overall attendance record.
Graduate biology student Padraic Elliott shows off a tagged Texas horned lizard for the camera. Elliott is one of the TCU students taking part in the horned lizard reintroduction project. (Photo courtesy Padraic Elliott)

Comrades true: TCU students take part in Horned Frog conservation

By Camilla Price
Published Feb 10, 2022
Saving the mascot, part two
The bronze Horned Frog Statue greets students between Sadler and Reed Halls. TCU adopted the horned lizard as its mascot in 1893. (Jeffrey McWhorter/TCU Marketing and Communication)

Riff Ram Bah Zoo: TCU joins fight to save horned lizards 

By Camilla Price
Published Feb 6, 2022
Saving the mascot, part one
Isabella Amado examines holographic anatomy structures of the head and neck using HoloLens Technology. (Photo courtesy of Jonathan Babirak/Taken through HoloLens goggles).

HoloAnatomy: A virtual view of the human body

By Ella Gibson
Published Jan 30, 2022
The TCU School of Medicine is using holograms to study anatomy