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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 Dancsecs
Published Mar 24, 2022
STDs are on the rise amongst college students, and the health center is here to help.
Students participate in equine therapy (Gracie Reinhardt/TCU360) 

Peer support community works to improve mental health on campus

By Grace Reinhardt
Published Mar 24, 2022
TCU Renew - Depression and Anxiety Peer Support Community started during COVID-19 via Zoom and has now moved in-person in Jarvis Hall.
Frog Fountain on The Commons

Former TCU employee claims racial discrimination led to her termination

By JD Pells
Published Mar 21, 2022
A new lawsuit claims TCU violated a former employee's terms and conditions of employment because of her Hispanic race and disabilities.
John V. Roach Honors College

Longtime TCU champion John V. Roach dies at 83

By JD Pells
Published Mar 21, 2022
The business mogul and tech pioneer who pushed TCU to new heights
Following CDC guidance, masks are optional for the TCU campus community beginning March 1, 2022. (JD Pells/TCU 360)

Students react to TCU’s mask-optional policy

By JD Pells and Tristen Smith
Published Mar 1, 2022
Masks are now optional on campus.
Brad Stewart teaches participants about the bystander steps to intervene during a wellness workshop. (Gracie Reinhardt/TCU 360)

Wellness workshops teach students strategies for bystander intervention, sleep and more

By Grace Reinhardt
Published Feb 25, 2022
Strategies for being an active bystander were taught to TCU students during a Wellness Education workshop. More wellness workshops are being offered this month.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Rena Witherspoon (center) spreading awareness and educating those about sickle cell. (Courtesy of Zach Rouseau)

Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity partners with American Red Cross to encourage blood donations

By Jarrett Harding
Published Feb 25, 2022
The TCU community got a lesson on sickle cell anemia and a chance to help replenish the North Texas blood supply.
TCU Dance Marathon’s 2022 Executive Board. (Photo courtesy of TCU Dance Marathon taken by Ethan Mito).

A year’s worth of planning goes into one 12-hour event, TCU Dance Marathon

By Sara Littlejohn
Published Feb 23, 2022
The 2022 TCU Dance Marathon returns in-person, takes place Feb. 26.
Two dancers perform a work that was featured in Saturdays AIDS Outreach Benefit Concert. (Photo courtesy of Madi Grace Thompson)

Chi Tau Epsilon supports AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County through dance

By Isabelle Acheson
Published Feb 21, 2022
Members of Chi Tau Epsilon and dancers from Fort Worth put on a benefit concert for the AIDS Outreach Center of Tarrant County.
FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2021, file photo, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks before he signs an anti-smuggling bill at McAllen City Hall in McAllen, Texas. Gov. Abbott has signed redrawn voting maps that pave a safer path for the GOPs slipping majority, leaving opponents hoping courts will block the newly gerrymandered districts before they can be used in the 2022 elections. Abbott signed the maps Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, according to a spokeswoman for the governor. (Joel Marinez/The Monitor via AP, File)

Inside look: Top gubernatorial candidates challenge Gov. Abbott in Texas primaries

By Brooke Gianopulos
Published Feb 18, 2022
With the primary election less than a month away, here's an inside look on some of the candidates appearing on the ballots.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam)

Artist at the Modern Art Museum uses pennies to reflect on the pandemic

By Emma Watson
Published Feb 10, 2022
Artist Jill Magid spread 120,000 pennies throughout New York City bodegas, the same amount as one stimulus relief check, and transformed it all into an art exhibit.
Fort Worth Police began pursuing the suspect in South Hills and the chase ended at the Sid W. Richardson Building on TCU campus Tuesday night. (Photo by Derek Lytle)

Fort Worth Police arrests man on TCU campus after city-wide pursuit

By Derek Lytle and JD Pells
Published Feb 8, 2022
The Fort Worth Police Department arrested a suspect outside of the Sid W. Richardson Building Tuesday night.