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Frogs for Wildlife group. (Photo courtesy of Kaitlyn Roussel)

TCU Rhino Initiative rebrands as they celebrate their 10th year on campus

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Mar 19, 2024
The TCU Rhino Initiative has adopted a new name, Frogs for Wildlife, which includes all species in their ongoing efforts.
Founder of The Birthday Party Project Paige Chenault with Main Event CEO Chris Morris before a Birthday Party Project event in 2019. (AP Photo)

TCU is helping bring birthday celebrations to kids in the community

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Mar 15, 2024
TCU celebrated thousands of birthdays in the community with a local non profit.
Students gathered to make chemo bags for children. (Elle Wood/Staff Writer)

‘Once Upon a Room’ makes students and patients smile

By Elle Wood, Staff Writer
Published Mar 14, 2024
Once Upon a Room, started by TCU students, continues to decorate children's rooms in several hospitals.
Members of the Women in Computer Science club sit in on a Zoom panel held during a previous club event. (Zach Conner/Staff Writer)

Women in male-dominated major speak on the future of STEM

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Mar 13, 2024
What Department within TCU's College of Science and Engineering only holds 38% of women? Check out this story to find out!

Spring allergies have arrived at TCU

By Alexandra Plancarte, Staff writter
Published Mar 13, 2024
Amid the stunning bloom of oak trees at TCU, a wave of pollen has students mistaking spring allergies for the common cold.
Taylor Swift arrives at the 66th annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 4, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photos/Jordan Strauss)

TCU offers two new Taylor Swift-inspired courses

By Shaylin Smith, Staff Writer
Published Mar 9, 2024
A psychology class and a poetry class both have centered their curriculums around the popularity and lyricism of Taylor Swift.
The entrance to Moudy South, home of the Bob Schieffer College of Communication and Film, Television and Digital Media department, on March 4. (Ella Hestand/Staff Writer)

FTDM students shadow on-campus Paramount+ production

By Ella Hestand, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2024
A handful of FTDM students shadowed different production departments during the on-campus filming of Taylor Sheridan's new Paramount+ drama.
The behavioral research lab is held in Neeley 1222 where Sona Systems studies are conducted. (Aliyah Howell/Staff Writer)

Sona Systems: the underground research tool that is revolutionizing TCU

By Aliyah Howell, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2024
Hot sauce tasting, shopping surveys, and rock geology: Sona Systems research is being conducted at TCU in a variety of ways.
Male hopefuls for the TCU cheer team gathered for an open practice with the team, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2024. (Crystal Polglase/Staff Photographer)

TCU Cheer hosts open practice for prospective male students

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2024
TCU Cheer hosted an open practice to recruit male students to the team.
TCU campus map shows current parking lots. (Photo courtesy of www.maps.tcu.edu)

TCU will face more “growing pains” while expanding parking lots

By Zahra Ahmad, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2024
TCU plans to build more parking lots and possibly increase prices.
A Grandmarc fire alarm light on the fifth floor of the apartment building (Caleb Gottry)

GrandMarc fire alarms annoy residents, TCU public safety encourages vigilance

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Mar 6, 2024
While the frequency of the Grandmarc fire alarms has been a complaint for many years, Vice-Chancellor for Public Safety Adrian Andrews says they are there to save resident’s lives.
Soldier holds his new shipment of socks. (Photo courtesy of: soldiersangels.org)

SVA is finishing up their sock drive in the coming weeks

By Boots Giblin, Staff Writer
Published Mar 6, 2024
The Student Veterans Alliance is rewarding whichever campus organization donates the most pairs of socks.