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TCUs Robert Carr Chapel (Samantha Knapp/Staff Writer)

COVID-19 changes TCU students’ religious practices

By Samantha Knapp and Samantha Knapp
Published Oct 1, 2020
TCU religious organizations and students' practice of religion is changing during COVID-19.
Frog Camp is one activity operated by Student Development Services. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Student organizations and SDS find new ways to offer service hours

By Kaitlyn Freetage
Published Sep 25, 2020
TCU student organizations and Student Development Services are working to provide service opportunities.
The Alpha Omicron Pi chapter at TCU has had its charter revoked. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Panhellenic sorority loses its charter

By Marissa Stacy and Marissa Stacy
Published Sep 22, 2020
Alpha Omicron Pi has lost its charter to be an organization on TCU's campus.
Students stand next to an anesthetized white rhino after assisting with a dehorning procedure in South Africa led by Dr. William Fowlds. Many of the students on the 2019 trip later helped found the TCU Rhino Initiative Club. (Courtesy: Dr. Michael Slattery)

TCU Rhino Initiative Club plans screening, giveaways for World Rhino Day

By Camilla Price
Published Sep 16, 2020
The club hopes to raise awareness of the rhino poaching crisis, as three rhinos are killed every day for their horns.
Senseless Acts of Comedy members Keaton Brandt, Taylor Bockrath and Nijel Smith. (Photo courtesy of Senseless Acts of Comedy)

SAC moves to a virtual improv experience

By Jillian Verzwyvelt
Published Sep 15, 2020
The student-run improv troupe returned to campus with a new virtual improv experience last week.
Sororities begin preparations for online events this semester. (Kaitlyn Freetage/Staff Reporter)

COVID-19 affects routine Panhellenic events

By Kaitlyn Freetage
Published Sep 8, 2020
Sororities have changed standard functions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
John V. Roach Honors College

Honors College removed from House of Representatives

By Ryan Bunnell
Published Aug 24, 2020
Students voted 613-185 to pass the Student Government Association referendum.
On-campus a cappella group offers performance opportunity and community

On-campus a cappella group offers performance opportunity and community

By Jacob Hook
Published Nov 19, 2019
Here Comes Treble provides a place for women on campus to sing and create great friendships.
Fraternity looks to highlight minority women through pageant

Fraternity looks to highlight minority women through pageant

By Ariana Williams
Published Nov 14, 2019
Miss Black and Gold pageant put on by TCU's chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity looks to uplift minority women
Creating an organization at TCU: Difficult but rewarding

Creating an organization at TCU: Difficult but rewarding

By Ariana Williams
Published Oct 11, 2019
With determination and dedication, students can create organizations to fill gaps in the community.
TCU students pet a  dog after it receives a blessing. Photo Courtesy: Lindsay Tomaini

Blessing of the Animals spreads awareness of animal advocacy groups

By Lindsay Tomaini
Published Oct 3, 2019
TCU's "Blessing of the Animals" helps make a difference in the community.
SGA representatives debated the resolution on January 22, 2019.

SGA helps students attend anti-slavery conference in D.C.

By Tatum Smith
Published Sep 23, 2019
Executive members of a TCU anti-slavery club will attend a leadership conference in October with SGA's support.