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TCU 360

The Skiff Orientation Edition: Welcome, Class of 28!

The Skiff Orientation Edition: Welcome, Class of ’28!

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published May 13, 2024
Advice from your fellow Frogs, explore Fort Worth, pizza reviews and more. 
TCU senior, Paige Rogge, posing in front of Sadler Hall for her senior photo shoot.

Memorable milestones: Mapping out TCU’s best graduation photo spots

By Ella Schamberger, Staff Writer
Published May 7, 2024
TCU seniors have plenty of places to take senior photos on campus.
The curtain of TCUs Ed Landreth Auditorium. (Caleb Gottry)

Pulling back the curtain on recital season

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published May 5, 2024
TCU's three concert halls have full schedules during recital season. These are the people that make it all work.
Aprils Senior Speak-Up event featured seven graduating seniors sharing their experience at TCU. (Shaylin Smith/Staff Photographer)

Seniors reflect on their college experience

By Shaylin Smith, Staff Writer
Published Apr 27, 2024
Graduating seniors share all at Senior Speak-Up event.
Dionne Irving stands in front of the lecture hall and reads to the students. (Roderick Villareal/Staff Photographer)

Award-nominated author shares her story by reading it to TCU students

By Roderick Villareal, Staff Writer
Published Apr 26, 2024
Author introduces students to another world.
TCU Religious and Spiritual Life hosts a goat yoga event. (Photo courtesy of TCU Instagram).

Campus zen: how TCU is helping students melt away stress

By Allie DeSimone and Cate Stewart
Published Apr 25, 2024
Students find ways to alleviate stress with finals approaching.
Professor Todd Kerstetter leads the panel discussion with the Race and Reconciliation research team Lucius Seger, Marcela Molina, Kelly Phommachanh and Jenay Willis (left to right).

The fourth annual Reconciliation Day recognized students’ advocacy and change

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Apr 25, 2024
Reconciliation Day highlighted students’ concerns and advocacy in the TCU community from 1998 to 2020.
Senior JD Manko taking a participants headshot. (Paxton Crews/Staff Photographer)

This class project shows it takes just $1 to change the world

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Apr 25, 2024
Students initiate a change in the world using a small budget.
The Skiff Graduation Edition: From masks to caps, the class of 2024

The Skiff Graduation Edition: From masks to caps, the class of 2024

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff Editor
Published Apr 25, 2024
Volume 122, Issue 25: Also, cap-tivating designs, the journey of TCU senior Wyatt Sharpe and more.
Delaney Vega, a TCU journalism junior, is painting a school in Belize. (Courtesy of Teja Sieber)

“The week of joy”: Christ Chapel College’s annual trip to Belize

By Ella Schamberger, Staff Writer
Published Apr 23, 2024
174 students, a record number, went on this year's trip.
Signs were found all over the campus promoting the event. (Miroslava Lem Quinonez/Staff Photographer)

TCU history symposium commemorates the legacy of the Korean War

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Apr 22, 2024
Dawn Alexandrea Berry gave the keynote address about the Korean War's legacy on the search for missing service members in the annual Lance Cpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt Symposium.
Promotional graphic for concert. (TCU School of Music)

TCU Concert Chorale prepares to tell the story of Matthew Shepard

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Apr 21, 2024
A 33-movement choral work, "Considering Matthew Shepard" tells a powerful story about hate and innocence.