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Team 516 of TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), the highest a TCU team has ever placed. The second-place finish came with an award of $2,500. (Courtesy photo)

TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history

By JD Pells
Published Jun 6, 2021
TCU's National Student Advertising Team placed second in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), which is the highest a TCU team has ever placed. The second-place finish came with an award of $2,500.
A rainbow flag is held in the crowd during the drag show event (JD Pells/Staff Photographer)

Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course

By Katherine Lester
Published May 6, 2021
'The Queer art of drag' was offered as a course for the first time this semester.
Frog Aides TCU State Fair

Frog Aides helps supports local businesses with on-campus ‘state fair’ event

By Mia Yarto
Published May 5, 2021
Frog Aides, a first-year leadership organization, hosted its annual spring event.
The TCU rowing team at a sunset practice (Photo courtesy of TCU rowing Instagram)

TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks

By Ryann Booth
Published May 4, 2021
The team has adapted and thrived amid an unprecedented year.
Closed Union Grounds

Campus food drive asks students to use campus cash to help those in need

By Ariel Wallace
Published May 3, 2021
“Don’t Trash Your Campus Cash” is looking to help serve the hungry in Fort Worth
Students can drop books off at Scharbauer Hall for the book drive (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Student-led book drive aims to help children with incarcerated loved ones

By Ariel Wallace
Published Apr 26, 2021
A student-led book drive at TCU is helping children with incarcerated loved ones.
Students Brennan Holt, Cassie Trosino and Hayden Hite are the founders of Liters for Life. (Photo courtesy Brennan Holt)

‘Liters for Life’ student campaign raises funds for global water crisis

By Camilla Price
Published Apr 22, 2021
Students from the Neeley Leadership Program at TCU created a fundraiser for the organization charity: water.
Student walking

Newest student organization hopes to provide a space for minority students interested in law

By Lonyae Coulter
Published Apr 14, 2021
The organization was started by students who did not think there was enough diversity in the current pre-law organization.
Purple, White, and Blues jazz vocalists: Matthew Boon, Isaiah Allen, Jéssica Webba, Jacie Mascarenhas, and Noah Bowles. (Photo courtesy of Abby Hoffacker)

TCU Vocal Jazz prepares for Thursday night concert with choreography number in the library

By Abby Hoffacker
Published Apr 14, 2021
The group filmed a video in the library Monday night.
Kendall McCarthy showing off the re-launch of Her Campus media (Kendall McCarthy)

Students relaunch a female-focused campus organization

By Ryann Booth
Published Mar 30, 2021
Her Campus TCU has been relaunched in an effort to create a space for the women of TCU.
Members of the TCU chemistry club. (Lonyae Coulter, TCU360)

TCU highlights five student organizations in first weekly showcase

By Lonyae Coulter
Published Mar 25, 2021
The Office of Student Organizations is planning in-person showcases for student organizations in the Campus Commons every Wednesday.
Robert Carr Chapel

TCU students talk about what the season of Lent means to them

By Lindsey Bakonyi
Published Mar 18, 2021
Lent began this year during February's record-breaking snowstorm.