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Scharbauer Hall

Adjunct professor’s email to students sparks criticism, apology

By Benton McDonald
Published Nov 23, 2020
A tweet showing the email has nearly 100,000 interactions on Twitter.
Mary Wright Admission Center

Early application submissions rise despite COVID-19 uncertainty

By Andre Giammattei
Published Nov 14, 2020
The number of applications TCU has received have increased, but it remains to be seen how many students will decide to enroll next fall.
The J. M. Moudy buildings, where the College of Communication is housed. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

FTDM students capture life at TCU amid COVID-19 for documentary project

By Logan Gibbs
Published Nov 12, 2020
Students in the FTDM’s documentary production course have spent the fall semester documenting life at TCU for the virtual documentary project.
students studying for finals

Students deal with not having study days before finals

By Layna Steward
Published Nov 12, 2020
Some are concerned that there grades will be affected by the lack of time to prepare.
This September 2020 photo provided by Johnson & Johnson shows a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine being developed by the company. A late-stage study of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate has been paused while the company investigates whether a study participant’s “unexplained illness” is related to the shot, the company announced Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. (Cheryl Gerber/Courtesy of Johnson & Johnson via AP, File)

TCU and UNTHSC develop COVID-19 research group

By Alexis King
Published Oct 30, 2020
TCU and UNTHSC joined forces with the city of Fort Worth to find a solution to COVID-19 and other inflammatory diseases.
TCU Theater students, first-year Caden Large (left) and sophomore Nijel Smith (right). (Photos courtesy of Caden Large and Nijel Smith)

Leveling the playing field: TCU’s new way to admit fine arts students

By Haley Cabrera
Published Oct 19, 2020
TCU's College of Fine Arts has been forced to make changes to their admissions process, but these new changes could help prospective students in the long run.
Reed Hall is one of the buildings that is home to the AddRan College of Liberal Arts.

TCU suspends study abroad programs through spring 2021

By Derek Lytle
Published Oct 16, 2020
The decision was made in part because of the unpredictability of country-specific entry and exit requirements.
The Harrison Administration Building

Administration wants faculty to teach more in-person classes in the spring

By Renee Umsted
Published Oct 2, 2020
Provost Teresa Dahlberg asked faculty to teach more classes in person in the spring.
The J. M. Moudy buildings, where the College of Communication is housed. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Instructors look to continue using technology after the pandemic

By Shaina Looker
Published Oct 1, 2020
Professors adapt and enrich online teaching.
TCU Music Center

How performing arts majors are adjusting to the pandemic

By Jillian Verzwyvelt
Published Sep 30, 2020
Performing arts students and faculty discuss challenges adapting to COVID-19.
FILE - In this July 27, 2018, file photo, the Dave Johnson coal-fired power plant is silhouetted against the morning sun in Glenrock, Wyo. A record drop in U.S. energy consumption this spring was driven by less demand for coal thats burned for electricity and oil thats refined into gasoline and jet fuel. (AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

Physician declares climate change a ‘medical emergency’ in Friday Focus talk

By Camilla Price
Published Sep 30, 2020
Dr. Mark Dambro, who recently completed Al Gore's climate training course, said human health is at risk from global warming.
Faculty discuss adapting to hybrid learning on zoom (Shannon Murphy/Line Editor)

TCU faculty talk about managing a hybrid classroom

By Shannon Murphy
Published Sep 30, 2020
TCU faculty discuss the difficulties and benefits of conducting a hybrid classroom.