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How the Fort Worth Crisis Intervention Team handles mental health calls

By TCU 360 StaffPublished April 29, 2022
The 2022 Fort Worth city budget provides an expansion of the Crisis Intervention Team which falls under the Neighborhood Crime Prevention Initiative.
Children from the Prestonwood Christian Academy watch as a riderless horse is escorted to the funeral service for Little Elm Police Department Det. Jerry Walker at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. Fort Worth Mounted Patrol officer Cathy Fowler takes the reins.  (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP, Pool)

How the Fort Worth Mounted Patrol has protected the city for over a century

By TCU 360 StaffPublished April 29, 2022
Whether they're trotting through the stockyards and downtown Fort Worth or patrolling on a TCU game day, the Mounted Patrol is recognizable in any setting. Towering above the crowds on their steeds, the Mounted Patrol is a living relic of the Wild West and a reminder of Fort Worth’s roots.
Frog Alley parking in Fort Worth, Texas on April 9, 2022. (TCU 360/Brooke Gianopulos)

Visitor side of Frog Alley garage is open for students during storms

By Brooke GianopulosPublished April 19, 2022

If there’s one thing students consistently complain about, it’s parking. There are about 11,000 parking spots available on campus and 9,000 issued parking permits, yet students still feel there...

A Froggie 5-0 cart transports a student across campus late at night. (Photo courtesy of Riley Garlinghouse)

Froggie 5-0 considers, tests new changes in preparation for the fall

By Trevor MatthewsPublished April 18, 2022

A task force is considering changes to Froggie 5-0 that could minimize the late night golf cart service and instead have students opt for buddy walking. "This is something that is in consideration...

In this Dec. 12, 2016 photo illustration, a person types on a laptop in Florida. Riviera Beach, Fla., agreed to pay $600,000 in ransom to hackers who took over its computer system, the latest in thousands of attacks worldwide aimed at extorting money from governments and businesses. Spokeswoman Rose Anne Brown said Wednesday, June 19, 2019, that the city of 35,000 residents has been working with outside security consultants, who recommended the ransom be paid. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Don’t press send: Cyber ‘sextortion’ of students becoming more common at TCU

By JD PellsPublished April 18, 2022

A growing number of TCU students have reported being preyed on in cyber blackmail schemes this year after being sexually coerced by people online, according to the TCU Police Department. “A problem...

Students explore the dining options, including a pizza station, sandwich station, salad bar and more inside Market Square. (Kyla Vogel/TCU 360).

Clusterfork: Silverware theft worsens at Market Square

By Emma WatsonPublished April 5, 2022

At Market Square, maybe the fork did run off with the spoon. Forks, spoons, knives, plates and cups are all going missing, and diners are the leading suspects.  “This [year] has been the...

TCU students are venturing abroad but not without some precautions

TCU students are venturing abroad but not without some precautions

By Madyson BuchananPublished April 4, 2022

https://vimeo.com/695549173/497935ce47 On any given day, TCU students can be seen all around campus studying and working in different locations like the library or in a coffee shop. However, there...

The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Criminal mischief: The most common crime reported at TCU residence halls this semester

By Emma WatsonPublished April 1, 2022

Criminal mischief is one of the most common crimes at TCU so far this semester, according to the TCU Police Department's Daily Crime and Fire Log. TCU Police Commander Stephen Hall said criminal mischief,...

Infographic about binge drinking in the U.S. (Photo courtesy of the CDC)

Binge drinking: An epidemic on college campuses across the country

By Siena DancsecsPublished March 25, 2022

"Work hard, play hard," as they say, has evolved into "work hard, party harder" on college campuses across the country. As harmless as drinking may seem during college, many students participate in...

People ages 15-24 are responsible for half of the reported cases of STDs in the United States. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

What no college student wants to talk about: STDs and how to prevent them

By Siena DancsecsPublished March 24, 2022

Last spring, a rumor dominated conversations across TCU's campus: a first-year student had contracted HIV and triggered a campus outbreak. Even though there was no truth to it, TCU medical officials...

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