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TCU wide receiver Derius Davis (11) runs past an SMU defender during the 2022 edition of the Battle for the Iron Skillet. (AP Photo/Gareth Patterson)

Seven things to do in Fort Worth during family weekend

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Sep 22, 2023

TCU vs. SMU football game The main event of the weekend will take place at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, when the Horned Frogs take on the SMU Mustangs for the 102nd "Battle for the Iron Skillet.”...

Members of the Tau Rho Chapter pose for a picture at their Dancing With the Poodles charity event. (Allyson Sledge)

TCU’s Sigma Gamma Rho hosts hip-hop charity dance class for “Operation Book Bag”

By Taylor Chronert, Staff Writer
Published Sep 21, 2023
The sorority hosted the event to raise money for their national charity partner Operation Book Bag.
The satellite gallery for the School of Art located on the southern edge of campus. (Delaney Vega/ Staff Writer)

TCU’s Research and Creative Activities Week begins Friday

By Stewart Anne Murdock, Staff Writer
Published Sep 21, 2023

From Sept. 22- 29, academic departments will host art exhibitions, student projects and faculty panel discussions as part of TCU’s sesquicentennial celebration.   Research and Creative Activities...

TCUs Mental Health week ended with a suicide prevention workshop.

TCU concludes Mental Health Awareness Week with suicide prevention workshop

By Emil Asaf, Staff Writer
Published Sep 21, 2023

TCU concluded Mental Health Awareness Week with a suicide prevention workshop. Students learned how to recognize the variety of suicide warning signs and how to utilize the 'question, persuade and refer'...

Ignite members attend the Young Women Run Conference in Austin, Texas, to lobby for Texas Senate Bill 379, which would eliminate a tax on period products. (Abby McCutchan/Staff Writer)

TCU organization working to provide free period products to students

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Sep 21, 2023
Ignite, a student organization at TCU, recently launched an initiative in coordination with the Gender Resource Office to place free period products in all academic buildings.
2 members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. dancing with fellow students during Hump Night. (Jaida Joyner/Staff Writer)

The Divine Nine strolls to the beat of Hump Night

By Jaida Joyner, Staff Writer
Published Sep 20, 2023

Music pulsed through the ballroom of the Brown-Lupton University Union where students danced and strolled to the beat as others looked on. It was a Wednesday night, also known as Hump Night, and the...

Shelby Sannar, Social Media and Marketing Coordinator (left), Hannah Trail, Vice President of CHXX Who Lift (middle left), Cece Murphy, Social Media and Marketing (middle right), Jaci Budreck, President (right)

New fitness club encourages women to build confidence in and out of the gym

By Sarah Smith, Staff Writer
Published Sep 20, 2023

A women’s fitness organization helping young women's confidence in and out of the gym is growing rapidly after coming to TCU last November. CHXX Who Lift, which stands for “Confident, Hardworking...

This TCU 360 file photo shows the student check-in at the career fair held in the University Recreation Center on Sept. 21, 2022. (Dru Kennedy Hawkins/TCU 360 Staff)

TCU’s largest career fair is coming to campus on Wednesday 

By Kiley Beykirch, Staff Writer
Published Sep 19, 2023

American Airlines, the Texas Rangers, Ulta and Target are just a few of the 130 employers expected to meet with students at TCU's largest career fair.  The TCU Career Center will host the 2023 Fall...

The flyer for the book talk and celebration taking place this Wednesday. (

TCU is hosting an event for a book about the school’s Black history

By Ella Funke, Staff Writer
Published Sep 18, 2023

TCU’s Lead On Campaign and Race & Reconciliation Initiative Task Force will host a book talk and celebration for a recently published book authored by two TCU professors and a graduate student. Dr....

A street on the east side of campus with cars in the street and parking lot showing the overflow. (Corrigan Smiley/Staff Writer)

TCU parking: Is it truly a problem? Or is it a simple misunderstanding?

By Corrigan Smiley, Staff Writer
Published Sep 18, 2023

Commuters looking for parking often find the lots on the east campus full as TCU’s growth puts the squeeze on spaces.   Parking is tight for all students, but the scarcity of spots for commuters...

TCUs new administration building, The Harrison (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU admissions “optimistic” about diversity after affirmative action programs outlawed

By Lillie Davidson, PolitiFrog Editor
Published Sep 18, 2023
The end of affirmative action programs in college admissions is raising new diversity questions among institutions of higher education nationwide.
Runners participating in the Run 4 Wes fundraiser to raise money for the Wes Smith scholarship. Runners take 4 laps around campus to complete 4 miles.

“Run 4 Wes”: students run over 40 miles in honor of Wes Smith

By Ella Gonzales, Staff Writer
Published Sep 17, 2023

Students, faculty and the Kappa Sigma fraternity are still mourning the loss of junior Wes Smith, who was shot and killed on Sept. 1. Over the weekend, he was remembered at the "Run 4 Wes." Run 4 Wes...