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Brenda Ciardiello with some of her work. (Courtesy of Brenda Ciardiello)

Mary Couts Burnett Library hosts artist Brenda Ciardiello

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024
The next speaker in TCU’s Visiting Artist Workshop is a Fort Worth artist whose work helps her form connections and think beyond her point of view.
Baba Kwasi leads a group of students in playing music. (Roderick Villareal/Staff Photographer)

Music and discussion kicks off TCU’s celebration of Black History Month

By Roderick Villareal, Staff Writer
Published Feb 10, 2024
Students and faculty gathered in the Intercultural Center to make music and talk about personal experiences in celebration and recognition of Black History Month.

There’s a new laundry system on campus: Here’s how to use it

By Ella Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Feb 9, 2024
TCU releases a new laundry app for in-dorm students.
Still from Cuando Volvimos a la Tierra (Photo courtesy of Gabriel Gutiérrez)

An FTDM alum’s co-produced short film is now a competition finalist

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Feb 7, 2024
Gabriel Gutiérrez, a TCU alum from the class of 2017, co-produced “Cuando Volvimos a la Tierra," which is now a finalist for the McDonald's Spotlight Dorado film competition.
Education majors interacting with professors during class time. (Olivia Lee/Staff Writer)

A successful path for education majors includes working outside the classroom

By Olivia Lee, Staff Writer
Published Jan 17, 2024
The TCU College of Education develops the teachers of tomorrow through work in community classrooms.
UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 4: Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Texas, speaks during the America Competes Act event in the Rayburn Room in the Capitol on Friday, February 4, 2022. (Photo by Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call via AP Images).

TCU alum, former U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, 88, is remembered as a trailblazer

By Associated Press
Published Jan 1, 2024

DALLAS, Texas — Trailblazing longtime U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, a nurse from Texas who helped bring hundreds of millions of federal dollars to the Dallas area as the region's most powerful Democrat,...

FILE - Sudafed and other common nasal decongestants on display behind the counter at Hospital Discount Pharmacy in Edmond, Okla. (AP Photo, File)

Check your decongestants — they might be ineffective 

By Caroline Denning, Staff Writer
Published Dec 4, 2023
The FDA has proved some decongestants ineffective and The Mayo Clinic suggests other reliefs.
Molly Jane Matheson, whom the law is in remembrance of.

Tarrant County-originated law helps prosecute repeat sexual offenders

By Josie Straface, Staff Writer
Published Dec 3, 2023
The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program database has been used by Tarrant County officials to convict known sex offenders.
The final firework of the 2022 Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. (Sophia Allen/Staff Photographer)

Six ways to celebrate the holiday season in Fort Worth

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Nov 30, 2023
With the holiday season quickly approaching, here are six ways to celebrate, both on and off campus.
Banh Shop features the famous Vietnamese Banh Mi, wok bowls, Asian-style soups and salads. (Cecilia Le/Staff Writer)

Bánh Shop brings Asian street food to TCU campus

By Cecilia Le, Staff Writer
Published Nov 30, 2023
Bánh Shop, now open on University Dr., has quickly become a new spot for TCU students to dine off-campus.
Lauren Grace Perry poses with her medal after completing the New York City Marathon. (Photo courtesy of: Janet and Chris Perry)

Setbacks and slim chances didn’t stop this Horned Frog from crossing the finish line

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Nov 28, 2023

The acceptance rate for this year's New York Marathon was about 5%, but a TCU marketing major made the cut. Lauren Grace Perry ran her first marathon this fall after she developed a passion for running...

Dixon in her warehouse/office with all of the vintage merchandise (Madeleine Thornhill/Senior Staff Writer)

Fans Vintage started as a class project and turned into a booming business

By Madeleine Thornhill, Staff Writer
Published Nov 27, 2023
Vintage TCU clothing makes a unique return through an alumni business.