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A Syrian family covered with thermal blankets walk after they arrived from Turkey at the Greek island of Lesbos, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Santi Palacios)

TCU and Pulitzer Center host conversation on Ukrainian refugees in Dallas/Fort Worth

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
The 2023 TCU Journalism and Pulitzer center focused its discussion around Children in the refugee crisis. The war in Ukraine has forced for 8 million Ukrainians to flee their country, hoping to find security in the bordering countries. The members of the panel gave audiences a better understanding on the refugee crisis and how to get involved.
Seniors celebrate at graduation. Photo: TCU Student Media Library

Know before you go: a guide for those attending graduation from out of town

By Lance Sanders, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
Here are a few things you should know if you're planning to attend the spring 2023 graduation.
The Daryl D. Schmidt Lectureship on Religion in Public Life on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2023 in the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom. (Sydney Brunson/Staff Writer.)

The Daryl D. Schmidt Lectureship speaks on religion in public life

By Sydney Brunson
Published Apr 18, 2023
TCU welcomed guest speakers, Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Robert P. George to speak about the truth-seeking mission of universities as well as the importance of seeking truth in oneself and the world.
Flier for the LCpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt Symposium on War, Conflict, and Society.

TCU History symposium remembers the generosity of Lance Cpl. Benjamin Schmidt

By Walter Flanagin
Published Apr 18, 2023
Symposium remembers former TCU student who donated half his life insurance policy to the history department.
Dr. Thomas Guglielmo answers a question from first-year history major Sam Taylor at the LCpl. Benjamin W. Schmidt Symposium on War, Conflict, and Society on Thursday, March 2, 2023. (Walter Flanagin/Staff Writer)

Author Thomas Guglielmo lectures at the TCU history symposium

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
Dr. Thomas Guglielmo gave a lecture on racial divisions within the U.S. military during World War II at a TCU history symposium on Thursday.
Students selling tickets near the Founders Statue. (Cate Stewart/Staff Writer)

The Special Olympics Club at TCU is hosting annual fundraising event

By Cate Stewart, Staff writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
The Special Olympics Club at TCU is hosting their annual fundraising event on Thursday.
The Mary Couts Burnett Library, where many students study and plan their course goals. (Delaney Vega/Staff Writer)

Students share their opinion on TCU advising after enrollment

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2023
Students express their different experiences and opinions on TCU's academic advising processes.
The Harrison Administration Building. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

P/NC deadline extended: Update on SGA bill

By Elizabeth Hubbard, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2023
SGA’s Pass/No Credit bill will go into effect next semester after the undergraduate council modified and approved the bill.
Students Janie Carr and Lia Perez pose for a picture as CASA Cook-Off on March 31, 2023. (Ryan Thorpe/Staff Writer)

Sorority cooks burgers to raise money for children at “CASA Cook-Off”

By Ryan Thorpe, Staff Writer
Published Apr 13, 2023
CASA Cook-Off is a philanthropy event put on by Kappa Alpha Theta to raise money for their philanthropy - CASA of Tarrant County.
Screen shot of possible internship opportunities. [Photo Courtesy of Maddie Sweeney]

Students use internships to jumpstart their careers

By Riley Hovis, Staff Writer
Published Apr 12, 2023
Before senior year, many students use internships as a way to enter into their desired profession.
Frog Aides from the 2021-2022 school year (Lia Perez/Frog Aides Co-Director)

SGA tables bill that would have eliminated funding for Frog Aides

By Ella Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Apr 12, 2023
SGA tabled a budget that would have cut funding for Frog Aides. The plan reallocated the money to the fall concert.
Next years student body officers talk about the summer and plans for the fall in the SGA offices. (Ella M. Mercer/ Staff Writer)

New student body officers plan for next year

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2023
The new student body officers cannot let students pick the fall concert artist, but they are trying to improve advising and give student organizations more money next year.