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The Living Room by Kaylee Meyers, a living exhibit, is on display in Moudy North.

TCU art major represents relationship between humans, nature in exhibit

By Emily Fincher, Staff Writer
Published Nov 26, 2022
Kaylee Meyer used her opportunity as a TCU art major to represent the connection of man and nature in her Moudy North exhibition.
The Harrison Administration Building, where the TCU President will have an office. (Anya Ivory/TCU360)

Board of Trustees approves a 6% tuition increase beginning in Fall 2023

By Jarrett Harding and Amelia Crowley
Published Nov 17, 2022
The tuition increase will be matched with a 6% rise in need-based aid for students who qualify.
Clark Jones addresses TCUs September Faculty Senate meeting. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

Proposal to lower graduation requirements goes to Faculty Senate for review

By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer
Published Nov 16, 2022
A measure to reduce graduation requirements was discussed at the Undergraduate Council meeting last Friday, but after debating the changes, the council opted to seek input from the Faculty Senate.
Students study in the quiet section on the first floor of the library. (Grace Reinhardt/Staff Writer)

Finals are approaching: Here are some student-favorite library study spots

By Grace Reinhardt, Staff Writer
Published Nov 16, 2022
The library is a place where many go to complete work. Students shared their perspective about the areas they use most often.
Mary Wright Admission Center

TCU likely to remain test-optional for first-year applicants

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Nov 15, 2022
SAT and ACT scores are also not required to receive scholarships or acceptance into the Honors College, according to the Office of Admissions.
TCUs proposed plan for the appearance of the new buildings. (Photo courtesy of TCU.)

Texas Construction University: TCU to break ground starting late January

By Natalie Mitchell, Staff Writer
Published Nov 15, 2022
TCU will begin construction on two new residence halls and an accompanying dining hall in January 2023.
SPS President, Emilie Burnham and Historian, Stone Gebhart. (Sara Honda/Staff Writer)

Society of Physics Students’ leaders push for national recognition

By Sara Honda , Staff Writer
Published Nov 11, 2022
National recognition would help TCU Society of Physics Students be a better support and resource for future scientists during their academic journeys.
Spring 2016 commencement. (TCU 360 file photo)

TCU Undergraduate Council to vote on graduation reduction Friday

By Jake Peterson, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2022
The proposed reduction would help transfer students progress more quickly to meet degree requirements.
TCU Elite Dance practices in the TCU Recreation Center. Photo by Chaelie DeJohn

TCU Elite Dance team raises money for Nationals

By Chaelie DeJohn, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2022
TCU Elite Dance is raising money to compete at Nationals in Anaheim, Calif. in the spring.
TCU parking lots and garages have been the center for the rise in car burglaries this year. (Heesoo Yang / TCU 360)

TCU’s notorious car burglar arrested

By Emma Watson, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2022
One individual's multiple attempts to break into cars caused a spike in car burglaries on TCU's campus this year.
TCU celebrates Texas Arbor Day with a tree planting on the west side of the Mary Couts Burnett Library on Nov. 3, 2022. (Camilla Price/Staff Writer)

QUIZ on Texas Arbor Day: Which campus tree are you?

By Camilla Price, Staff Writer
Published Nov 4, 2022
TCU has planted over 3,200 trees on campus that provide shade, food for wildlife and heat relief.
Gracie B. Harris, senior psychology and political science double major with a minor in criminal justice. Photo courtesy of Gracie Harris.

Meet Gracie Harris: SGA’s Speaker of the House

By Ella Gonzales , Staff Writer
Published Nov 3, 2022
Harris joined SGA as Dining Committee Chair. She soon realized that she wanted to make a bigger impact through running for Speaker of the House.