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Emily Rose Benefield (left) and McKeever Wright (right) come together for a photo at an As You Are Worship Night.

Fostering a Christian community in a secular world

By Kiley Beykirch, Staff Writer
Published Apr 19, 2024
A club is bringing Christian women together at TCU and colleges around the country.
A TCU student reaches for a Celsius from a vending machine- a refreshing boost amidst a hectic day of lectures and exams. (Kelsey Finley/Staff Writer)

The caffeine buzz is a college student’s drug

By Kelsey Finley, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2024
College students seem to have a reliance on caffeine to get them through lectures and late night study sessions, but there are healthier alternatives to power through the day.
A fan holds up beer cans in the second half of an NCAA college football game between Vanderbilt and Auburn, Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

TCU offers substance abuse support programs

By Maggie Hale, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2024
College campuses have become the most likely to see substance abuse.
Senior journalism major Micah Pearce poses before running the 2024 Boston Marathon. (Photo courtesy of Micah Pearce)

Frog legs: TCU student completes Boston Marathon

By Lillie Davidson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
The race was his second-ever full marathon.
The display shown on the television screen during a biofeedback training session. The information gathered displays the participant’s heart rate and their coherence ratio, referencing which level of a relaxed state they are currently in. (Abbi Elston/Staff Photographer)

TCU Counseling and Mental Health Center offers a new way to cope with stress

By Abbi Elston, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
Experience TCU's biofeedback training at the Counseling and Mental Health Center, empowering students to manage stress and anxiety by understanding and controlling their body's responses.
Atmos Energy trucks parked outside of Foster Hall Monday morning. Crews were on campus making repairs to a gas line behind Jarvis Hall.

All-clear issued after gas leak prompts evacuations of four campus buildings

By Lillie Davidson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 15, 2024
Students were advised to avoid the area surrounding Jarvis, Foster, Ed Landreth and Waits Halls.
TCU’s Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation holds the Shaddock Marketplace on Friday, April 5. (Aliyah Howell/Staff Writer)

TCU students and alumni showcase entrepreneurial ideas at the Shaddock Marketplace

By Aliyah Howell, Staff Writer
Published Apr 12, 2024
Come experience the opportunity to shop or sell at TCU's Shaddock Marketplace that happens once every semester.
The moon covered the sun on April 8, 2024 during the total solar eclipse. (Garrett Cook/Staff Photographer)

The dark side of the moon

By Madilyn Kopec, Staff Writer
Published Apr 10, 2024
The April 8 eclipse turned day to night for 4 minutes and 23 seconds in Ennis, Texas.
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez will be performing during Reconciliation Day 2024. (Photo courtesy of Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez)

Race and Reconciliation Day will feature talent and culture of TCU student

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez, an accomplished and recognized folklorico performer, will perform in the Intellectual Commons on Wednesday.
Student Body President Joe Winick and Chief of Staff Ash Harris present H.B. 110-16 to cut Frog Aides funding at the SGA meeting on April 9, 2024. (Ella M. Mercer/Staff Photographer)

SGA drops Frog Aides, unanimously approves next year’s budget

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
SGA will have $945,000 next year to spend on the fall concert and clubs.

TCU students witness the total solar eclipse amid anticipation and cloudy skies

By Alexandra Plancarte, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
The TCU community came together to see the solar eclipse.
Impact of Words member gather for an event outside the Mary Couts Burnett Library. (Stephanie Mccarthy/Staff Writer)

Student organization boosts community through small acts of kindness

By Kelsey Finley, Staff Writer
Published Apr 8, 2024
TCU's Impact of Words members aim to promote positivity around student's mental health through on campus events and initiatives.