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FDA fears new generation of nicotine addicts, blames e-cigarettes

By Grace Amiss
Published Sep 20, 2018
Electronic cigarettes are advertised as a way to help adult smokers — however, it's leading young adults to become addicted to nicotine.
Silver Frogs offers classes from anyone over 50 years old. Photo by Taylor Boser

Program offers classes for anyone over 50 years old

By Taylor Boser
Published Sep 19, 2018
Silver Frogs gives members of the community who are 50 years and older the chance to go to school.
ESPNs The Undefeated writer visits campus, talks media coverage on Nike, Kaepernick ad

ESPN’s ‘The Undefeated’ writer visits campus, talks media coverage on Nike, Kaepernick ad

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Sep 16, 2018
ESPN social justice writer talks Nike ad campaign with Kaepernick
University tests alert system to practice safety preparedness

University tests alert system to practice safety preparedness

By Grace Amiss
Published Sep 12, 2018
Students and faculty reflect on ways to improve TCU's emergency communication methods nearly a year after the system experienced malfunctions.
Tapingos express pick-up is available at Chick-fil-A, Union Grounds, OBriens and Caliente. Image courtesy of technician online.com

New express food pick-up option on campus

By Robbie Vaglio
Published Sep 12, 2018
Tapingo's express pick-up option is available at Chick-fil-A, Union Grounds, O'Brien's and Caliente.
Photo from TCU NPHC Twitter

Pillars added to Worth Hills give representation to one Greek council

By Taylor Boser
Published Sep 7, 2018
The National Pan-Hellenic Council has pillars in Worth Hills to represent the organizations.
Seafood restaurant floats to South University Drive

Seafood restaurant floats to South University Drive

By Andrew Van Heusden
Published Sep 4, 2018
Shep's Off The Hook Seafood will be the next food place to try out near campus.
Photo courtesy of Katie-Rose Watson

Alumna uses liberal arts education to create magical meals

By Grace Amiss
Published Apr 15, 2018
A 2011 Liberal art graduate created a way to balance adulthood while paying homage to her Disney dreams.
Aardvark closes, Christ Chapel relocates

Aardvark closes, Christ Chapel relocates

By Michelle Ross
Published Apr 12, 2018
A local bar off of University has closed, leaving a college ministry to relocate.
Theres a new Horned Frog in town

There’s a new Horned Frog in town

By Kristen Clarke
Published Mar 3, 2018
SuperFrog has a new partner in crime.
WATCH: assistant vice chancellor for public safety talks his role, future plans for TCU

WATCH: assistant vice chancellor for public safety talks his role, future plans for TCU

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Nov 16, 2017
Adrian Andrews addresses his background in the secret service and how it prepared him for his role at TCU.
WATCH: Visiting scholar talks faith, global humanitarian aid work

WATCH: Visiting scholar talks faith, global humanitarian aid work

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Nov 12, 2017
Founder of the Burma Free Rangers, David Eubank, gets personal on his mission to help people caught in the crisis of conflict.