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Volunteers build bags of dry goods in a parking lot outside of AT&T Stadium during a Tarrant Area Food Bank mobile pantry distribution event in Arlington, Texas, Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Cars lined the surrounding streets around the home of the Dallas Cowboys and the nearby Texas Rangers Globe Life Field as Thanksgiving holiday food items were distributed to over 5,000 families. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Organizations fight hunger on local and national levels

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Jan 27, 2021
The final installment of the hunger in America series looks at how organizations in Fort Worth and beyond are battling hunger.
From left, Abigail Leocadio, stands with her children, Areli, 9, Eliel, 12, Zeret, 10, and Samai, 15, after a delivery from the Emmaus House food pantry Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Phoenix. Leocadio says the food provides less than half of what her family eats in four weeks, but significantly reduces their monthly bill. Before the pandemic, the family was saving to buy a house, but that money has been wiped out. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

The demographics and economics behind hunger

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Jan 26, 2021
Part 2 of TCU360's series on hunger looks at the demographics and economics behind hunger.
Photo courtesy: Haeven Gibbons

How the pandemic has affected the strategies of fighting hunger

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Jan 25, 2021
A collaborative project from JOUR 30204 035/065 students looks at the issue of Hunger in America.
Students learn their dance both in-person and on Zoom (Collin Pittmann/Reporter)

Fine arts students struggle with the hidden costs behind their degree

By Haley Cabrera
Published Dec 5, 2020
TCU fine arts students talked about all that comes with pursuing a career in the arts.
A marquee sign displays live event statistics at Stage West Theatre in Fort Worth, TX. (Facebook/Stage West Theatre)

Showstopper: Regional theaters hit hard by COVID-19

By Collin Pittmann
Published Dec 4, 2020
Theaters in the greater DFW area are having to adjust due to COVID-19
Air Force ROTC cadets participate in a drill.

‘Horned Frogs lead the way’: A look at TCU’s ROTC programs

By Renee Umsted, Olivia Wales and Jack Wallace
Published Nov 17, 2020
In addition to the challenges that come with being a college student, cadets have to deal with other obligations.
The TCU womens soccer team hoists the Big 12 title trophy after defeating West Virginia 1-0. (Jack Wallace/Staff Photographer)

TCU soccer makes history: A look into their record season

By Andre Giammattei
Published Nov 16, 2020
After 34 years of waiting, the Horned Frogs achieved their first conference championship.
Timeka Gordon talks about voting on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020, when students went to vote early on a trip organized by The Office of Multicultural & International Student Services. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Timeka Gordon influences America’s future leaders

By Drew Mitchell
Published Oct 29, 2020
Timeka Gordon has spent her career inspiring young students from marginalized communities to pursue higher education to become more successful and provide themselves with a better life.
Dr. Jacqueline Lambiase is the head of the Department of Strategic Communication. (Renee Umsted/Executive Editor)

Jacqueline Lambiase is still fighting for students

By Renee Umsted
Published Oct 23, 2020
Today, Dr. Jacqueline Lambiase serves as the department head for strategic communication at TCU. Her department includes more than 10 women, eight of them tenured or on a tenure track.
TCU fans sit socially distant in the stands during a football game.

Game day in Fort Worth

By Renee Umsted
Published Sep 26, 2020
The Frogs returned to the Amon G. Carter Stadium amid a pandemic for their home opener against Iowa State.
Mary Ruth Jones, a cancer survivor, is escorted by the baseball and basketball team in a survivor parade in 2015

Mary Ruth Jones affects every Horned Frog she meets

By Marissa Stacy
Published Aug 26, 2020
Mary Ruth Jones goes by a lot of titles to the TCU community -- desk assistant, friend and even mom.
Employees leave the Tyson plant in Logansport, Indiana.

Tyson Fresh Meats plant leads to a spike in COVID-19 cases in one county

By Marissa Stacy
Published Jul 10, 2020
Cass County sits in Indiana's corn belt, where acres of black dirt house row upon row of corn and soybeans. But this year, spring planting was eclipsed by the novel coronavirus.