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TCU Percussion at PASIC. (Photo courtesy of TCU Percussion.)

Looking back to TCU Percussion’s PASIC experience

By Caleb Gottry, TCU 360 Staff WriterPublished February 1, 2023
TCU Percussion looks back to their experience at one of the largest percussion and drum events in the world.
A small group of people walk in front of the Golden Gate Bridge at Baker Beach in San Francisco, Saturday, March 28, 2020, amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

TCU’s California foothold: A look at the largest out-of-state student population

By Sophia Allen, TCU 360 StaffPublished January 7, 2023
There’s no denying TCU has a California connection. For over a decade the Golden State has been second only to Texas when it comes to campus representation.
The Royal Divas, the first majorette team on TCU’s campus, practice a routine. (Breana Adams/TCU 360)

TCU sees a new dance team take the stage

By Breana Adams, Staff WriterPublished December 1, 2022
TCU's first majorette team, the Royal Divas, makes its debut as an outlet for African American women to express themselves through dance.
Seniors celebrate at graduation. Photo: TCU Student Media Library

TCU seniors prepare for graduation, starting their careers

By Ella Gonzales , Staff WriterPublished November 29, 2022
Many seniors said it was important to take advantage of their last year at TCU. They said they would miss the community, access to professors and advisors, the library and leadership opportunities.
TCU Student event pass leads way for future mobile identification. (Ella Gonzalez/Staff Writer)

Student IDs projected to go mobile

By Ella Gonzales, Staff WriterPublished November 29, 2022
TCU administration is considering transitioning physical student ID cards to mobile passes for safety and convenience reasons.
Upclose of the #ForFortWorth Mural designed by Mariell Guzman. Photo by Sophia Allen.

Plan your graduation weekend: Top places to visit in Fort Worth

By Sophia Allen, Staff WriterPublished November 29, 2022
With graduation around the corner, here's a roundup of things to do around Fort Worth with family and friends in town.
TCU students wait to hear their name called during commencement (Beth Griffith/TCU 360)

Graduation: A guide to students’ Latin honors

By Justin DeSales, Staff WriterPublished November 29, 2022
Latin honors at TCU are reserved for students who have earned at least 58 of their credits on TCU’s campus, excluding those completed by an examination.
Chancellor Boscini prepares for the upcoming graduation ceremonies in 2016.

Senior class set to receive special diplomas at graduation

By Meghan Carolan, Staff WriterPublished November 29, 2022
“When you're old it will be fun to look at that and think that you know you were here during the one hundred fiftieth year,” said Chancellor Victor Boschini.
The Harrison Administration Building, where the TCU President will have an office. (Anya Ivory/TCU360)

Board of Trustees approves a 6% tuition increase beginning in Fall 2023

By Jarrett Harding and Amelia CrowleyPublished November 17, 2022
The tuition increase will be matched with a 6% rise in need-based aid for students who qualify.
Clark Jones addresses TCUs September Faculty Senate meeting. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

Proposal to lower graduation requirements goes to Faculty Senate for review

By Jake Peterson, Staff WriterPublished November 16, 2022
A measure to reduce graduation requirements was discussed at the Undergraduate Council meeting last Friday, but after debating the changes, the council opted to seek input from the Faculty Senate.
Students study in the quiet section on the first floor of the library. (Grace Reinhardt/Staff Writer)

Finals are approaching: Here are some student-favorite library study spots

By Grace Reinhardt, Staff WriterPublished November 16, 2022
With varying noise levels and atmospheres, Mary Couts Burnett Library has a study spot for everyone.
Mary Wright Admission Center

TCU likely to remain test-optional for first-year applicants

By Sarah Walter, Staff WriterPublished November 15, 2022
SAT and ACT scores are also not required to receive scholarships or acceptance into the Honors College, according to the Office of Admissions.
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