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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.
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.
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.
Spring 2016 commencement. (TCU 360 file photo)

TCU Undergraduate Council to vote on graduation reduction Friday

By Jake Peterson, Staff WriterPublished November 10, 2022
The proposed reduction would help transfer students progress more quickly to meet degree requirements.
Amanuel Taddesse, second from right, shows off his team’s project to curator Rhiannon Mayne. Bingyang Wei’s computer science senior design team developed an app that can be downloaded onto tablets in the gallery. (Camilla Price/Copy Desk Chief)

Ready to launch: Students create app to make meteorite gallery more inclusive

By Camilla Price, Copy Desk ChiefPublished April 29, 2022

Computer science students developed an app to make museum learning at TCU more accessible for visually impaired visitors. The Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery in the Sid Richardson Building is home...

Students over the years work on their projects for the zoo enrichment course. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Tory Bennett)

Art and science collide in TCU zoo enrichment course

By Sara LittlejohnPublished April 18, 2022

The intersection of art and ecology is on display in a zoo enrichment course offered on campus.  Co-taught by environmental science associate professor Dr. Victoria "Tory" Bennett and studio art...

TCU MFA student, Doug Land, explored the relationship between man and nature in his thesis exhibition, FOLLY. (Sarah Crispi/Staff Writer) 

MFA student’s thesis exhibition explored humans’ codependent relationship with nature

By Sarah CrispiPublished March 31, 2022

Dallas artist and TCU MFA candidate Doug Land used his thesis exhibition to explore the relationship between man and the natural world.   Land used gardening as his muse to create an installation...

Charles Camarda, an astronaut and engineer, explains to a curious young scientist what it feels like to be in space at his Green Honors Chair presentation on Monday, February 21 in Sid Richardson Hall. (Katherine Lester/Managing Editor)

NASA astronaut shares lessons learned from Columbia tragedy

By Katherine Lester, Managing EditorPublished March 3, 2022

It’s not every day that a NASA astronaut lectures in Sid Richardson Hall. To kick off last week's National Engineers Week, TCU’s College of Science & Engineering welcomed Charles Camarda, an...

Plans for the new TCU School of Medicine to be located in the heart of the Fort Worth medical district. (Image courtesy of TCU)

TCU unveils plans for the new TCU School of Medicine

By Lucy PuentePublished March 1, 2022

The new TCU School of Medicine unveiled plans to put down its roots in the heart of Fort Worth’s medical district. Plans for the four-story, 100,000 square foot education building were announced...

The Fort Worth Contemporary Arts gallery features work from MFA students Benjamin Loftis, Sheryl Anaya, Madi Ortega and Sarah Theurer Hunt. (Sarah Crispi/Staff Writer) 

Works in 2022 MFA Candidacy Exhibition ‘With Pleasure’ hold personal meanings for students

By Sarah CrispiPublished February 20, 2022

TCU’s second-year Master of Fine Arts candidates created works for "With Pleasure," an exhibition with a focus on memories tied to a specific place. The exhibition, which featured works in sculpture,...

TCUs graphic design Bachelor of Fine Art program prepares students for success in the design world through an intensive 4 year program that culminates with a senior showcase in the Moudy Gallery. (Courtesy of TCU Graphic Design)

TCU graphic designers dare to grow

By Madyson BuchananPublished January 29, 2022

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