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Student volunteers make sandwiches for a local homeless shelter as part of TCU Day of Service 2021. (Courtesy of Cata Arias)

Campus-wide day of service gets students engaged with the Fort Worth community

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Oct 28, 2022
Students can choose from more than 20 off-campus volunteer sites including elementary schools, local parks, festivals, Boys & Girls Clubs, food banks and community farms. On-campus activities include making blankets, sandwiches or hygiene bags or volunteering with children.
Vests worn by Froggie 5-0 on walking escort duty.  (Sara Honda/TCU 360 Staff)

Froggie 5-0 walking escort system prioritizes student safety

By Sara Honda, Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2022
Froggie 5-0 now offers walking buddies to further the organization's "safety first" mission.
Jordan Meyer, a senior nursing major, prepares to administer a shot to junior English major Brendan Healy. (Sarah Walter/Staff Writer)

‘It’s incredibly important.’ TCU nursing distributes flu vaccines at 15th annual clinic

By Breana Adams, Staff Writer
Published Oct 20, 2022
TCU nursing held its annual flu clinic on Wednesday to prevent the spread of the virus on campus.
Workers make bowls during their shift at Mamaka. (Photo by Dru Kennedy Hawkins).

Local business supports TCU organizations through profit shares

By Dru Kennedy, Staff Writer
Published Oct 13, 2022
Mamaka Bowls partners with TCU organizations to provide support.
TCU punter Jordy Sandy is donating $20 to the Hope Center for Autism in Fort Worth every time one of his punts lands inside the 20-yard line. Aug. 31, 2022.

9,000 miles from home, TCU punter Jordy Sandy is making a difference in Fort Worth

By Micah Pearce, Staff Writer
Published Oct 13, 2022
TCU punter Jordy Sandy, an Australian-native, pledged to donate $20 to a local Fort Worth charity that hits close to home.
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)

When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 2)

By Sederick Oliver, Staff Writer
Published Oct 4, 2022
The second of a two-part podcast, this episode focuses on Dr. Joanna Schmidt, who as the Director of the Koehler Center shares her experiences during the start of the pandemic followed by a brief appearance from Dr. Jason Helms.
Lizzy Bentley pictured at the City Boots show last Monday (Photographer - Greg Gutbezahl)

Cowtown designer displays Big Bend Collection at Fashion Week

By Natalie Mitchell, Staff Writer
Published Sep 27, 2022
An Amarillo-based fashion designer showed off her boot collection at Fort Worth Fashion Week.
When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 1)

When TCU went home: Revisiting the Pandemic (Part 1)

By Sederick Oliver, Staff Writer
Published Sep 20, 2022
The first of a two-part podcast, this episode focuses on the pandemic experiences of theatre instructor Jessica Humphrey, Executive Director for Housing and Residence Life Craig Allen, and Chancellor Victor Boschini.
TCUs first ever business attire pop-up shop in the Brown-Lupton University Union Auditorium

TCU helps students dress for success with a free business attire pop-up shop

By Lucy Puente, Staff Writer
Published Sep 13, 2022
TCU's first business attire pop-up shop helps students pick out professional outfits at no cost.
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Collaboration, awareness: Strategies of the Fort Worth Police Human Trafficking Unit

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The Fort Worth Police Department Human Trafficking Unit, which transitioned from the major case unit in 2019, identifies and removes people being used by human traffickers. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
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How the Fort Worth Crisis Intervention Team handles mental health calls

By TCU 360 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
Individuals suffering from untreated mental illness are 16 times more likely to be killed during a police encounter than other civilians, according to a study from the Treatment Advocacy Center. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
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 Staff
Published Apr 29, 2022
The Mounted Patrol has kept its mission — “no terrain too rough, no task too tough” — alive for over a century. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.