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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 Pearce
Published Apr 18, 2022
A group project blossomed into a new startup in the NIL business leading to multiple partnerships with TCU athletes.
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 Buchanan
Published Apr 12, 2022
Student Frog Club, revived in 2021, gives students extra opportunities to interact with TCU athletics.
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 Vogel
Published Apr 8, 2022
This team has its eyes on the gold.
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 Ormond
Published Apr 7, 2022
Surfaces came to TCU on Friday for a free concert. Compared to other concerts at TCU, this one was smaller and laid-back.
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 Matthews
Published Apr 4, 2022
TCU 360 and Horned Frog Yearbook staff were recognized at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention.
Students gathered at a Tuesday night meeting writing positive messages on sticky notes to put up around campus. (Photo Courtesy of TCU Impact of Words)

Impact of Words fosters kindness and support

By Sara Littlejohn
Published Mar 28, 2022
TCU Impact of Words encourages an environment of kindness and mental health support through fundraising and activities.
Volunteers pack Bravery Bags for medically underserved children for A Moment of Magic. (Jessica Schaffer/ TCU 360)

TCU organization hosts Bravery Bag event to support medically vulnerable children

By Jessica Schaffer
Published Mar 22, 2022
A Moment of Magic filled Bravery Bags with fun and encouraging items to take to children in hospitals in Houston.
A yard sign for the Frog Camp facilitator and work crew application posted outside of the Neely School of Business (Breana Adams / TCU 360)

Frogs First directors look to diversify student applications

By Breana Adams
Published Mar 4, 2022
Members of the FYE team are concerned about a lack of diversity in applicant demographics. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 4.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Rena Witherspoon (center) spreading awareness and educating those about sickle cell. (Courtesy of Zach Rouseau)

Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity partners with American Red Cross to encourage blood donations

By Jarrett Harding
Published Feb 25, 2022
The TCU community got a lesson on sickle cell anemia and a chance to help replenish the North Texas blood supply.
TCU Dance Marathon’s 2022 Executive Board. (Photo courtesy of TCU Dance Marathon taken by Ethan Mito).

A year’s worth of planning goes into one 12-hour event, TCU Dance Marathon

By Sara Littlejohn
Published Feb 23, 2022
The 2022 TCU Dance Marathon returns in-person, takes place Feb. 26.
Students play pickleball at TCU. Photo courtesy of the TCU Pickleball Club  (Kate Woolson / TCU Pickleball Club)

Club pickleball attracts TCU students, hosts first tournament

By Sara Littlejohn
Published Feb 22, 2022
TCU's pickleball club has grown to over 160 members since they launched in the fall of 2021. Many students who joined the club had never played pickleball before.
Two dancers perform a work that was featured in Saturdays AIDS Outreach Benefit Concert. (Photo courtesy of Madi Grace Thompson)

Chi Tau Epsilon supports AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County through dance

By Isabelle Acheson
Published Feb 21, 2022
Members of Chi Tau Epsilon and dancers from Fort Worth put on a benefit concert for the AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County.