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The roadside view of Lowdon Track and Field Complex. The complex will be featured in a new Paramount+ drama. (Ella Hestand/Staff Photographer)

New Paramount+ drama will feature TCU students and alumni

By Ella Hestand, Staff Writer
Published Feb 12, 2024
A new Paramount+ drama, "Landman," is set to film a scene at Lowdon Track and Field Complex on Feb. 15 with students and alumni as extras.
Wendy Davis, a former representative of the 10th district in the Texas Senate, discusses internal issues the US faces. Davis Graduated from TCU with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1990. (Nick Di Re/Staff Photographer)

‘Challenges to Democracy’ panel expands on major internal issues in politics

By Nick Di Re, Staff Writer
Published Feb 12, 2024
A political science professor is joined by three former Tarrant County public officials for a discussion about modern democracy.
TCU Elite posing during their team photoshoot in front of Sadler Hall on December 2022. (Photo courtesy of Kirsten Satz)

TCU Elite Dance is set to compete at the annual College Classic in Florida

By Kimberly Moreno, Staff Writer
Published Feb 11, 2024
TCU Elite Dance looks to compete at a high caliber in a national competition.
Brenda Ciardiello with some of her work. (Courtesy of Brenda Ciardiello)

Mary Couts Burnett Library hosts artist Brenda Ciardiello

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024
The next speaker in TCU’s Visiting Artist Workshop is a Fort Worth artist whose work helps her form connections and think beyond her point of view.
A potential new member of Lambda Theta Alpha makes a vision board on Monday, Feb. 5th in TCUs Intercultural Center. (Aliyah Howell/Staff Writer)

Lambda Theta Alpha hosts a vision board making event for recruitment week

By Aliyah Howell, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024

With just two active members, TCU’s chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha is looking to grow.  Stacy Vinton, the chapter president, and her line sister, Adriana Coronado, hosted a vision board making event...

Students listened to Dr. Muhammad Wednesday in the Neeley School of Business. (Photo Courtesy of Haeven Gibbon)

Neeley differential tuition: What it means and why it’s happening

By Elle Wood, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024
Neeley tuition is changing. Here's what to expect.
Baba Kwasi leads a group of students in playing music. (Roderick Villareal/Staff Photographer)

Music and discussion kicks off TCU’s celebration of Black History Month

By Roderick Villareal, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024
Students and faculty gathered in the Intercultural Center to make music and talk about personal experiences in celebration and recognition of Black History Month.

There’s a new laundry system on campus: Here’s how to use it

By Ella Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Feb 9, 2024
TCU releases a new laundry app for in-dorm students.
Professor Tricia Jenkins holds alumna Emily Mendez’s Emmy award in the Moudy South lobby on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024. (Photo courtesy of Tricia Jenkins)

PEACELOVEZOMBIES: Former Horned Frog wins Emmy for “The Last Of Us”

By Alexandra Smith, Staff Writer
Published Feb 8, 2024
A Horned Frog alum brought career advice for film students to campus, along with her shiny new hardware.
Michael Waters, Ph.D., shared a message focused on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Jan. 24 in the Brown-Lupton University Union ballroom. (Haylee Chiariello/Staff Writer)

Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosts annual Martin Luther King, Jr. luncheon

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Feb 8, 2024
TCU hosted Michael Walters, who shared his hope for the Horned Frog community at the MLK Luncheon.
Ron Hurdle (left) with cheerleader fellows. (Courtesy of the Horned Frog yearbook 1971)

Breaking barriers: a conversation with Ron Hurdle

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Feb 7, 2024
TCU's first Black cheerleader will return to campus Wednesday to share his experience.
Women interested in learning more about Sigma Lambda Alpha, a Hispanic service sorority, attend a Chicas Bonitas event Thursday, Feb. 1 in Sadler Hall.

Multicultural Greek organizations launch spring recruitment

By Zach Conner, Staff Writer
Published Feb 7, 2024
The seven sororities and fraternities that make up MSG hosted events to grow membership and make the TCU community more aware of their purpose and presence.