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TCU 360

A parked Fort Worth Police car.

Fort Worth PD arrests the prowler of an off-campus TCU student’s residence

By Esra Ghanim, Staff Writer
Published Mar 5, 2024
On Wednesday, Feb. 28., the prowler of an off-campus TCU student residence was arrested and charged with attempted burglary of a residence and unlawfully carrying a gun.
Ignite President and Vice President of SGA propose the initiative to put free feminine products in restrooms across TCU campus.

TCU’s Ignite proposes resolution to support free menstrual products in campus restrooms

By Addison Thummel, Staff Writer
Published Mar 4, 2024
SGA shows unanimous support for Ignite's proposal to provide free feminine hygiene products in the restrooms of all academic buildings on TCU's campus.
Guest speakers at the Fall in Love with Tech event. (Ella Schamberger/Staff Writer)

TCU students reshape the narrative for aspiring female technologists

By Ella Schamberger, Staff Writer
Published Mar 3, 2024
Guest speakers spoke to women in computer science in the hopes of inspiring their ambitions in the male-dominated major.
TCU Opera students preparing for opening night of Into the Woods. (Photo courtesy of Amy K. Abney)

From right to left: David McDaniel, John Dubois, Mary Grace Abney

TCU Opera Studio takes on Sondheim

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Mar 2, 2024
Opening night for TCU Opera’s ”Into the Woods” was a success.

Religion and mental health go hand-in-hand

By Alexandra Plancarte, Staff Writer
Published Mar 1, 2024
Students may discover mental clarity through the practice of religion.
CALM coordinators and participants pose for a picture at their latest meditation retreat. Retreats are held monthly, but CALM organizes multiple other meetups to stay connected. (Nick Di Re/Staff Photographer)

CALM meditation retreats unveil tranquil moments for inner peace

By Nick Di Re, Staff Writer
Published Feb 29, 2024
TCU's CALM Studies encourages understanding and serenity through meditation
Jeff Johnson at the State of Black America town hall along with journalist Touré and Angela Sailor, as well as former National Press Secretary Symone Sanders. (AP Photo)

Jeff Johnson stresses to TCU students to embrace the out of the box you

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Feb 29, 2024
Entertainer and journalist Jeff Johnson encouraged TCU students to step out of boxes that others try to put them in and stand up for who they really are.
TCU students decorate cards at the Letters of Love club meeting, Feb. 6. (Crystal Polglase/ Staff Photographer)

New ‘Letters of Love’ club sends cards to hospitalized children

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Feb 29, 2024
A sophomore finance major is helping spread joy to children battling diseases in the hospital.
Ross Lynch spoke and performed at TCU Feb 24. (Marina Magnant/Staff Photographer)

Ross Lynch speaks, performs at TCU

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Feb 28, 2024
Sponsored by theEnd, Ross Lynch performed an acoustic show at TCU before taking his tour abroad.
Cast of “The Skin of Our Teeth” rehearsing for opening night. (Photo courtesy of Gavin Bailey.)                                                    
                                                               
From left to right: Ethan Hyatt, Alana Harris, Gavin Bailey, Savannah DeCrow, Johanna Quigley.

TCU Theatre prepares to kick off the spring season with a classic play

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 28, 2024
"The Skin of Our Teeth" was written during World War II, but some TCU Theatre seniors draw parallels to their current situations.
TCU Opera rehearses on set in the Secrest-Wible building. (Courtesy of David McDaniel, TCU Opera student)

TCU Opera sold out within days for upcoming production

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Feb 27, 2024
TCU Opera is set to perform "Into the Woods" on March 1-3 for three full audiences.