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Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote and published “Stella the Shark has a toothache.” (Photo courtesy of Cayla Prophater)

TCU student publishes a children’s dental hygiene book

By Savanna Dastrup, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2024
Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote "Stella the Shark has a toothache," available now on Amazon.
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez will be performing during Reconciliation Day 2024. (Photo courtesy of Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez)

Race and Reconciliation Day will feature talent and culture of TCU student

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez, an accomplished and recognized folklorico performer, will perform in the Intellectual Commons on Wednesday.

Go inside to stay alive: surviving tornado season in Fort Worth

By Allie DeSimone and Cate Stewart
Published Apr 9, 2024
Being ready with an emergency kit and knowing where to seek shelter can ensure safety during severe weather.
Impact of Words member gather for an event outside the Mary Couts Burnett Library. (Stephanie Mccarthy/Staff Writer)

Student organization boosts community through small acts of kindness

By Kelsey Finley, Staff Writer
Published Apr 8, 2024
TCU's Impact of Words members aim to promote positivity around student's mental health through on campus events and initiatives.
The Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU (Photo courtesy of Kyle Cornelison)

The reputation of TCU’s Van Cliburn Concert Hall brings in high-caliber military ensembles

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 5, 2024
“The word is out” about TCU’s acoustically pristine concert hall, bringing many premiere music groups to the campus and the community.
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student Fatema Jafferji assesses a boy’s throat at a Refugee Health Initiative clinic in November 2022. The boy and his family are refugees from Syria. (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Elbanna)

Burnett School of Medicine at TCU students pilot health literacy initiative for refugees

By Zahra Ahmad, Staff Writer
Published Apr 2, 2024
A new initiative by the Burnett School of Medicine is the school's first to focus on refugee health.
One Shade Greener partners with SGA to clean Worth Hills Pond. (Photo Courtesy of Katie Hoang)

A student quests to make the earth “One Shade Greener”

By Kelsey Finley, Staff Writer
Published Apr 2, 2024
One high school student's idea evolved into a non profit committed to the efforts of leaving the earth better than we found it.
Chancellor Victor Boschini shows his support for the Not on My Campus program, a movement aimed at increasing awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. (Photo Courtesy of Jocelyn Sitton)

TCU CARE office highlights support for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Aliyah Howell, Staff Writer
Published Apr 1, 2024
The TCU CARE Office is raising awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month and providing the confidentiality that may change your life.
A Frog Aides poster promotes “Pickleball With a Purpose” that will be held at the outdoor tennis courts on April 5. (Photo courtesy of Frog Aides)

Frog Aides plans to serve the Fort Worth community through pickleball

By Ella Hestand, Staff Writer
Published Apr 1, 2024
Frog Aides is partnering with TCU Pickleball Club for "Pickleball With a Purpose," an event to support the Fort Worth HOPE Center.
Family enjoying the TCU Easter Egg Hunt, March 24, 2024. (Crystal Polglase/Staff Photographer)

TCU’s annual alumni Easter egg hunt is a family tradition for many

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Mar 30, 2024
TCU alumni return with their children to participate in the 29th annual egg hunt and picnic.
Students discuss religious topics in a small group. (Photo courtesy of tcuwesley.org)

Wednesday nights at TCU’s Methodist campus ministry provide religious exploration and fellowship

By Boots Giblin, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2024
Students at the Wesley said they found community on Wednesday nights.
Attendees dance together during the 10th annual ‘Chance to Dance.’ Several TCU cheerleaders made a surprise guest appearance for the event. (Nick Di Re/Staff Photographer)

NSSLHA celebrates 10th annual ‘Chance to Dance’

By Nick Di Re, Staff Writer
Published Mar 23, 2024
Beloved dance for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities celebrates its tenth event.