All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

TCU 360

All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

TCU dining prepares for the winter storm on Feb. 2, 2022. (Trevor Matthews/Staff Writer)

TCU dining prepares for increased need amid winter storm

By Trevor Matthews
Published Feb 2, 2022
Last year's winter storm caught TCU faculty and students by surprise, leaving many to depend on TCU dining for food. This year, TCU dining is prepared to keep everyone fed during the storm.
The TCU campus stays closed until Saturday, Feb. 3 at noon. Tarrant County is enduring cold weather with wind chill of 3 degrees fahrenheit. (JD Pells/TCU 360)

Winter is here: TCU extends campus closure into the weekend

By JD Pells
Published Feb 2, 2022
TCU extends campus closure until noon on Saturday, Feb. 5 due to inclement weather.
A street sign warns drivers of ice prevention operations on highways ahead of winter weather in Dallas, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022. A major winter storm was expected to affect a huge swath of the United States, with heavy snow starting in the Rockies and freezing rain as far south as Texas before it drops snow and ice on the Midwest. The forecast comes nearly a year after a catastrophic winter storm devastated Texas power grid, causing hundreds of deaths. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

From shorts to snow, Fort Worth braces for ice

By Lance Minor
Published Feb 1, 2022
Ice, sleet and snow are expected to hit Tarrant County Wednesday evening.
Cowtown Clay, founded in 2019, is one of the many female-owned businesses located in Fort Worth.

Fort Worth female-owned businesses grow, starting on West Vickery

By Ella Gibson
Published Jan 24, 2022
Local female entrepreneurs are part of the 156% growth in female-owned business in Texas over the past two decades.
The TCU Police Department is located at 3025 Lubbock Ave., Fort Worth, Texas. (Heesoo Yang/TCU 360)

Suspect involved in Airsoft gun shooting near campus in police custody

By Alexis King
Published Jan 11, 2022
TCU Police Department reported its first crime alert of the spring semester to the campus community late Tuesday evening.
Honors Academic Advisor Justine Grace discusses four tenets to ensure a successful finals week for students. (Photo courtesy of Allie Brown)

Finishing strong: Honors academic advisor shares tips for finals week

By Katharine Vaughn
Published Dec 9, 2021
Justine Grace, an honors academic advisor at TCU, offers strategies to help students make it through finals week.
Van Cliburn congratulates Jose Feghali, Brazilian pianist and former Artist-in-Residence at Texas Christian Universitys school of music, after winning the gold medal at the Van Cliburn Competition on June 6, 1985. (Photo via UTA Libraries Digital Gallery)

The Van Cliburn International Piano Competition returns to TCU

By Ella Gibson
Published Dec 8, 2021
Auditions for the prestigious competition will take place at TCU's PepsiCo Recital Hall in March 2022.
The Berkeley Apartments are located near campus. (Kyla Vogel/Staff Writer)

Sophomores scramble to find off-campus housing

By Kyla Vogel
Published Dec 6, 2021
With a large first-year class pushing them off-campus, sophomores may feel pressure to sign a lease earlier than necessary.
The Drews 27 Chains organization trains first responders and school officials how to use the Narcan, which can be lifesaving in the event of an overdose. (Photo courtesy of Callie Crow on Facebook)

North Texas EMT-Paramedic and mother launches lifesaving charity in honor of her son’s death

By Lucy Puente
Published Dec 2, 2021
After losing her son, Callie Crow became an advocate for an FDA approved nasal spray to save individuals from an opioid overdose.
A patron wanders a new exhibit in the Modern. (Frances Wetherbee/TCU 360)

A closer look: Texas’ oldest museum renews with art from the past

By Frances Wetherbee
Published Nov 30, 2021
The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum is the oldest museum in Texas and offers a discount for students.
tcu fountains

Final judgment disposes of all claims in discrimination lawsuit

By JD Pells
Published Nov 28, 2021
The judge ruled that TCU won't be held liable for claims made against them.
FRN student volunteer Kristen Nyampong delivers leftover gameday food and Einstein Bros. bagels to the Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County on Oct. 4, 2021. The Food Recovery Network at TCU expects to recover enough food this year to provide 2,500 meals for those in need. (Camilla Price/Copy Desk Chief)

TCU Food Recovery Network resumes deliveries to Fort Worth community

By Camilla Price
Published Nov 19, 2021
Student volunteers will recover more than 3,000 pounds of food from campus dining halls to feed people who are food insecure.