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TCU Percussion at PASIC. (Photo courtesy of TCU Percussion.)

Looking back to TCU Percussion’s PASIC experience

By Caleb Gottry, TCU 360 Staff WriterPublished February 1, 2023
TCU Percussion looks back to their experience at one of the largest percussion and drum events in the world.
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 WriterPublished November 11, 2022
National recognition would help TCU Society of Physics Students be a better support and resource for future scientists during their academic journeys.
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 WriterPublished November 10, 2022
TCU Elite Dance is raising money to compete at Nationals in Anaheim, Calif. in the spring.
IJM members selling donated clothing at pop up thrift shop. (Sara Honda/Staff Writer)

TCU student organization supports anti-human trafficking cause with pop-up shop

By Sara Honda, Staff WriterPublished November 1, 2022
TCU International Justice Mission's annual pop-up shop helps initiate conversations about human trafficking while raising funds for anti-trafficking programs.
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Proposed Panhellenic amendment could change recruitment mentorship

By Sophia Allen, Staff WriterPublished October 13, 2022
TCU Panhellenic proposes an amendment to end the practice of neutrality for recruitment leaders.
Frog Aides from the 2021-2022 school year (Lia Perez)

Frog Aides’ new cohort develops leadership skills through community service

By Ella Gonzales , Laura Lane HeathcottPublished October 12, 2022
TCU Frog Aides selects a new cohort of first-year students who will participate as leaders through community service projects.
Purple and blue pinwheels were displayed outside Bass Hall on Sept. 21 in recognition of World Alzheimer’s Day. (Photo courtesy of Caroline Huttinger)

TCU organization finds creative ways to raise awareness about dementia

By Sarah Walter, Staff WriterPublished October 10, 2022
Through community service and creative displays, Students for a Dementia Friendly TCU fundraise and advocate for those impacted by dementia.
Four students came together to start their own NIL consulting agency, LMRS Partners. From left to right: (Austin Tito Martinez, Bethany Reed, Laura LaBoon, Gavin Spencer) (Courtesy of: LMRS Partners)

Four students bring their NIL business to TCU

By Micah PearcePublished April 18, 2022

Four students seized the opportunity to get into the NIL business after being randomly assigned to a group project. After the project was over, they continued their partnership, and LMRS Partners was...

You Gotta See This: Member’s of TCU’s Men’s Basketball team pose with Student Frog Club t-shirts in support of the club.

New Student Frog Club gives students exclusive access to athletics

By Madyson BuchananPublished April 12, 2022

Student Frog Club from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. While TCU Athletics has always been celebrated within the Fort Worth community, this spring has sparked a new passion for the Horned Frogs.  With...

Beta Theta Pi fraternity hosts their very own basketball game to fundraise for their Special Olympics team to compete in Florida (Katharine Vaughn / TCU 360)

Unifying campus: Special Olympics basketball team prepares for Orlando

By Katharine Vaughn and Kyla VogelPublished April 8, 2022

Members of the TCU community packed the Schollmaier Arena on March 31st to support the Special Olympics Club at TCU basketball team. The basketball game was a fundraising event for the team to attend...

Surfaces performs for students in the Community Commons on Friday, April 2,  2022. (Emmaday Ormond / TCU 360)

Friday’s Surfaces concert provided a relaxing end to the week

By Emmaday OrmondPublished April 7, 2022

From country to rap, to reggae-jazz-pop, TCU students always enjoy a free concert on campus. Two-man band Surfaces stopped by TCU for a private concert in the Community Commons Friday night, organized...

The J. M. Moudy buildings, where the College of Communication is housed. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU 360, Horned Frog Yearbook both shine at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention

By Trevor MatthewsPublished April 4, 2022

TCU Student Media and Horned Frog Yearbook staff received awards and recognition this past weekend at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) Convention. TCU 360 was awarded three first-place...

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