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A man wearing a dress holds a sign after apparently losing at Fantasy Football. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Sports betting is on the rise and fantasy sports is the main proponent

By Corrigan Smiley, Staff Writer
Published Sep 26, 2023

Fantasy sports have gone from a weekend side hobby to a billion-dollar industry with millions playing every year.  Research done by the Statista Research Department shows that, since 2003, the number...

Rory Gilmartin, 12, center,  from Kenai, Alaska, sells a Christmas tree to sisters Elizabeth Benson, left, and Kathryn Zamora-Benson, right, from his familys sidewalk business on 9th Avenue and 22nd Street, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, in New York.  Each holiday season stands of Christmas trees from Vermont, Canada and North Carolina are sold license-free thanks to a nearly century-old ordinance that affords coniferous tree vendors a rare exemption to expensive licensing requirements.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Tips on offering servings of politics and opinions at the holiday table

By Grace Amiss
Published Dec 8, 2018
Whether you’re headed home for the holidays or surrounded by people who actively voice an opinion different than your own, there is no doubt that having conversations about sensitive subjects can be challenging.
Executive members of the NAACP leading the meeting in an effort to revive the chapter on campus. Photo by Carolina Olivares.

NAACP chapter leads efforts to revive on campus

By Carolina Olivares
Published Apr 19, 2018
A group of students are successful in their efforts to bring the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter back to campus and plan to discuss ways to bring awareness of equality.
New app encourages better participation in classrooms

New app encourages better participation in classrooms

By Michelle Ross
Published Oct 26, 2017
Pocket Points is a new app where students can earn rewards by locking their phone in class.
TCU observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month

TCU observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month

By Sam Bruton
Published Apr 18, 2017
TCU's annual Pinwheel Project raises awareness for child abuse prevention.
Students cheering at a football game (courtesy: https://connectionculture.tcu.edu/)

New university committee caters to diversity and inclusion

By Nia Brookins
Published Apr 13, 2017
Chancellor Boschini emailed students about the new university-wide committee that focuses on diversity issues on campus Monday.

TCU’s diversity falls middle of the road compared to peer institutions

By Rachel Tiede
Published Apr 5, 2017
The university had its most diverse student body ever this year, but is continuing to push for more.
Members of NaturallyMi were all given t-shirts and free samples of Kemps hair products after her presentation on living a healthy lifestyle. (Brandon Kitchin)

TCU’s new natural hair organization hopes to grow like no other

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Mar 27, 2017
One new organization promoting natural hair on campus is creating community and inspiring women to love their hair.
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Provost recommends decentralized testing centers

By Nia Brookins
Published Feb 15, 2017
Provost Donovan wants testing centers to stay as is.
Students watching the mens basketball in the new arena. (Sam Bruton/TCU 360).

New coach, new arena, new attendance record

By Colleen Mortell
Published Feb 15, 2017
Student attendance has grown this season due to a better record and new facility.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons).

Election Day is Tuesday

By Colleen Mortell
Published Nov 7, 2016
The 2016 Presidential Election will come to an end tomorrow.