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T-shirt hanging up in local small business Chipd Hot Cookie Nachos on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Allie DeSimone/Staff Writer)

Fort Worth community helps a local business in a time of need

By Cate Stewart and Allie DeSimone
Published Mar 1, 2024
Chip’d Hot Cookie Nachos offers a discount to TCU students and faculty.
CALM coordinators and participants pose for a picture at their latest meditation retreat. Retreats are held monthly, but CALM organizes multiple other meetups to stay connected. (Nick Di Re/Staff Photographer)

CALM meditation retreats unveil tranquil moments for inner peace

By Nick Di Re, Staff Writer
Published Feb 29, 2024
TCU's CALM Studies encourages understanding and serenity through meditation
Bender illustrates how Houdini’s famous handcuffs function. (Photo curtesy of Evan Michael Woods)

“Instructions for a Séance” takes the spotlight at Amphibian Stage

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 28, 2024
A one-woman show, "Instructions for a Séance" still took more than one woman to develop for a Fort Worth audience.
Cast of “The Skin of Our Teeth” rehearsing for opening night. (Photo courtesy of Gavin Bailey.)                                                    
                                                               
From left to right: Ethan Hyatt, Alana Harris, Gavin Bailey, Savannah DeCrow, Johanna Quigley.

TCU Theatre prepares to kick off the spring season with a classic play

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 28, 2024
"The Skin of Our Teeth" was written during World War II, but some TCU Theatre seniors draw parallels to their current situations.
Fort Worth Miracle League attending the club fair in August 2023. (Photo courtesy of Carter Moore)

The National Miracle League is making its way to Fort Worth through TCU students

By Kimberly Moreno, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
Two TCU students hope to bring a chapter of the Miracle League to campus.
Suttles and her castmate, Paul Taylor, during a dress rehearsal. (Photo courtesy of Evan Michael Woods)

TCU senior steps into the spotlight at Circle Theatre

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
Maddie Suttles performs with a professional-caliber community cast in Circle Theatre's production of “Artemisia.”
FILE - Blake Davis, 10, of Coral Springs, Fla., looks through solar glasses as he watches the eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. After April 8, 2024, there won’t be another U.S. eclipse, spanning coast to coast, until 2045. That one will stretch from Northern California all the way to Cape Canaveral, Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

Total solar eclipse will darken DFW in April

By Madilyn Kopec, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
Night will become day on April 8 during a total eclipse that should stretch from Mexico to Maine.
The Brown Lupton Health Center, located on campus, where students, faculty and staff can get vaccinated for free and without an appointment. (TCU360/Brandon Ucker)

Health center hopes to blunt chickenpox outbreak

By Ella Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024

Students can get the varicella vaccine, or chickenpox vaccine, starting today at the health center. Over the weekend, TCU announced a case of the contagious virus had been diagnosed within the campus...

The Vietnamese students explore and enjoy the cultural festival. (Roderick Villareal/Staff Photographer)

TCU Vietnamese cultural festival unites Vietnamese students

By Roderick Villareal, Staff Writer
Published Feb 18, 2024
TCU international students from Vietnam share a piece of home together.
The Gravess family banner to identity Otis lives with them. (Sophia Allen / Staff Photographer)

No cat-napping allowed

By Sophia Allen, Amelia Crowley and Anna Clare Payne
Published Feb 14, 2024

He’s a charming guy. People love to give him rides and offer a place to sleep and a meal. But Otis the cat has a home. “Otis is a star,” said Henson Graves, who along with his wife adopted...

TCU Florist offers a vibrant array of flowers for Valentine’s Day customers. (Haylee Chiariello / Staff Photographer)

Locally-owned businesses preparing the Valentine’s Day gifts customers love

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Feb 13, 2024
Local shops offer Valentine's Day gifts and treats for TCU romantics.
Students check out the Brews and Books event hosted by theCrew. (Roderick Villareal/Staff Photographer)

theCrew hosts Brews and Books event

By Roderick Villareal, Staff Writer
Published Feb 13, 2024
Students barter for books and chance the Plinko board of prizes at theCrew's Brews and Books event.