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Hallways of the Sid Richardson building. Photo: TCU

TCU students try to navigate famously confusing Sid W. Richardson building

By Abby Hoffacker, Staff Writer
Published Aug 23, 2023
The building has been confusing TCU students for decades.
Many college students undermine the importance of getting adequate sleep.

We’re getting sleepy

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Aug 2, 2023
Americans are sleep deprived. College students, especially, rely on caffeine and are seeing the effects of sleep deprivation.

Bylaw change allows Rho Gammas to affiliate with their chapters during recruitment

By Ryan Thorpe, Staff Writer
Published May 15, 2023
TCU Panhellenic approved a bylaw allowing Rho Gammas to keep their affiliation open to potential new members this summer.
TCU Opera performing Brindisi from La Traviata (Caleb Gottry/Staff Writer)

‘Stars of Tomorrow in Concert’: TCU Opera’s season finale

By Caleb Gottry
Published May 2, 2023
TCU Opera performs "Stars of Tomorrow in Concert" to feature members of the studio in their dream roles.
The Skiff Graduation Edition: From students to alums

The Skiff Graduation Edition: From students to alums

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff Editor
Published Apr 27, 2023
Volume 121, Issue 25: What to expect for graduation, confetti toss and more 
Supplies for cooler painting (Lucy Puente/ TCU360)

Fraternity cooler painting guide

By Lucy Puente, Staff Writer
Published Apr 25, 2023
The daunting task may take weeks, but here are some tips to help you paint the best ‘Frat Cooler’ like a pro.
Students listened to Dr. Muhammad Wednesday in the Neeley School of Business. Photo by Haeven Gibbons

How studying abroad affects a student’s future career path

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Apr 24, 2023
Going global gives students the opportunity to explore new perspectives while navigating different cultures and working with a diverse group of peers. 
Drake Williams teaches a student how to write a Kanji character at the Japanese language and culture association’s AAPINH week event on April 12, 2023. (Walter Flanagin/TCU360)

New club provides community and a piece of home away from home

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer
Published Apr 20, 2023
The Japanese Language and Culture Association provides engaging learning opportunities outside of the classroom.
The graduating class of nursing students celebrate with confetti during the ceremony on May 7th, 2022 in TCUs Schollmaier Arena. (TCU 360 file photo)

Confetti tradition at graduation symbolizes hard work for TCU nursing students

By Laura Lane Heathcott
Published Apr 20, 2023
The official commencement ceremony for nursing students is unique to the graduates of the Harris School of Nursing. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the graduates pop confetti cannons to mark the official end to their nursing journey at TCU.
The Mary Couts Burnett Library, where many students study and plan their course goals. (Delaney Vega/Staff Writer)

TCU transfer organizations offer students an easy transition to the campus community

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Apr 20, 2023
The transfer experience at TCU offers students the help they need for an easy transition into TCU. Events, specific orientations and Frog Camps are all available to make the transfer expereince easier.
The Neeley mentorship group is a leadership program on campus. Photo courtesy of Neely Mentorship Program.

TCU leadership opportunities set students up for success

By Riley Hovis, Staff Writer
Published Apr 20, 2023
TCU students are getting involved as leaders across different campus programs.
TheCrew hosts an event in partnership with the Linus Foundation Wednesday April 5, 2023. (Nick Girimonte/ Staff Writer)

TheCrew supports Project Linus

By Nick Girimonte, Staff Writer
Published Apr 19, 2023
TheCrew collaborates with Project Linus to help create blankets for kids and hospitals in need on TCU's campus.