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Kodachrome play poster courtesy of Kodachrome cast member.

Theatre TCU’s partnership continues with Circle Theatre post-pandemic

By Caleb Gottry
Published Nov 1, 2022
In the resurgence of live theater post-pandemic, professional actors at Circle Theatre are once again taking the stage with Theatre TCU students.
TCUs 2022 outstanding seniors take a picture with Chancellor Boschini at halftime of a football game Oct. 22, 2022.

Ethan Ridenour’s journey to Outstanding Senior

By Josh Willie and Meghan Carolan
Published Nov 1, 2022
After a thorough process and careful selection from a large pool of seniors, Ethan Ridenour earned TCU's Outstanding Senior award due to his heavy involvement in TCU’s Frog Camp, Day of Service and Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
IJM members selling donated clothing at pop up thrift shop. (Sara Honda/Staff Writer)

TCU student organization supports anti-human trafficking cause with pop-up shop

By Sara Honda, Staff Writer
Published Nov 1, 2022
TCU International Justice Mission's annual pop-up shop helps initiate conversations about human trafficking while raising funds for anti-trafficking programs.
Student volunteers make sandwiches for a local homeless shelter as part of TCU Day of Service 2021. (Courtesy of Cata Arias)

Campus-wide day of service gets students engaged with the Fort Worth community

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Oct 28, 2022
Students can choose from more than 20 off-campus volunteer sites including elementary schools, local parks, festivals, Boys & Girls Clubs, food banks and community farms. On-campus activities include making blankets, sandwiches or hygiene bags or volunteering with children.
Tend + Temples first product, a facial moisturizer, is set to launch next month. (Photo courtesy of Heath Jordan)

A Neeley student’s journey from Air Force veteran to entrepreneur

By Emma Watson, Staff Writer
Published Oct 27, 2022
A TCU entrepreneur is launching Tend + Temple, a skincare line inspired by his experiences as an Air Force veteran and student.
Sophomore film-TV-digital media major Rodrigo Zavala uses a meal swipe to pay for the brisket melt. (Hanna Landa / TCU 360)

Limited-time brisket melt now at The Press in King Family Commons

By Hanna Landa, Staff Writer
Published Oct 27, 2022
The new sandwich includes sliced brisket, pepper jack cheese and apricot jelly served hot on a bagel.

Student ambassadors bring college consumers into Dillard’s by creating a ‘buzz’ on campus

By Yasmine Moussa, Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2022
Dillard's collaborates with TCU and College Fashionista to create a spotlight on campus.
TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini on October 26, 2022. The town hall meetings were held in TCUs Intercultural Center. (Leah Bolling/ Staff Writer)

TCU football success, new residence halls discussed at Chancellor’s town halls

By Leah Bolling, Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2022
TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini hosted the bi-annual faculty/staff and student town hall to discuss and answer any questions the TCU community may have.
Vests worn by Froggie 5-0 on walking escort duty.  (Sara Honda/TCU 360 Staff)

Froggie 5-0 walking escort system prioritizes student safety

By Sara Honda , Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2022
Froggie 5-0 now offers walking buddies to further the organization's "safety first" mission.
Student panelists share student abroad experiences (Sara Honda/Staff Writer)

Student panel encourages students to study abroad

By Sara Honda , Staff writer
Published Oct 24, 2022
A panel of study abroad students shared their takeaways from studying in a new country.
First-year MBA student Katie Matson receives a flu shot from senior nursing major Jernice Neal. (Sarah Walter/Staff Writer)

TCU nursing students vaccinate fewer students, faculty at annual flu clinic

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Oct 24, 2022
TCU nursing students administered flu shots and COVID-19 boosters to over 1,800 students and faculty at the annual TCU Flu Shot Clinic.
Architectural model of the two new dorms and one new dining hall to be located behind Neeley. (Photo courtesy of Craig Allen)

TCU begins utility work on new dorms, dining hall

By Allie Brown, Staff Writer
Published Oct 24, 2022
TCU has begun utility work by the Neeley School of Business in preparation for the construction of two new dorms and a dining hall. Here's everything we know so far.