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The stop sign at Norwood and Morton streets, close to where the recent shootings occurred near West 7th. (Photo courtesy of Katherine Vaughn)

Assistant vice chancellor for public safety reassures students after West 7th shootings

By Katharine Vaughn
Published Oct 18, 2021
Some TCU students express concerns about traveling to West 7th Street after two unrelated and early morning shootings occurred last month.
Colby Hall, an all-female
dormitory on TCUs campus. (Photo courtesy of TCU Housing and Residence Life)

‘The Red Zone’ still exists in the COVID-19 age

By Rebecca Robinson
Published Sep 30, 2021
Studies show the first 6 to ten weeks of a female student’s college career are her most susceptible to sexual assault or harassment.
TCU Library

TCU campus reopens Saturday, classes to resume Monday

By Marissa Stacy
Published Feb 17, 2021
All on-campus activities have been canceled due to the weather.
The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Calls to the TCU Police Department drop this semester

By Oscar Saravia
Published Nov 12, 2020
The numbers have decreased, but police are urging students to remain vigilant about their safety.
TCU fans sit socially distant in the stands during a football game.

Alcohol violations on opening game day remain low

By Oscar Saravia
Published Oct 9, 2020
The TCU Police Department recorded a low number of alcohol violations on opening game day.
The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Emergency drills in buildings cut short due to social distancing

By Oscar Saravia
Published Sep 28, 2020
In an atypical semester at TCU, even emergency drills in buildings have seen changes that have forced authorities to learn more about social distancing guidelines.
The Fort Worth city council unanimously passed the 2021 fiscal year budget on Sept. 22, 2020. This included increasing the police budget by 2%. (Leah Bolling/Staff Reporter)

Fort Worth votes to increase the police budget, add more unarmed officers

By Leah Bolling
Published Sep 22, 2020
While Texas cities such as Dallas and Austin are shifting money away from police in their next fiscal budget, Fort Worth will increase spending by 2% to $272 million from $267 million.
The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Police investigate on-campus sexual assault

By Sam Fristachi
Published Aug 24, 2020
The incident reportedly occurred in a residence hall last weekend.
Texas Christian University Chancellor, Victor J. Boschini addresses the media during the press conference to announce TCU joining the Big East Conference  Monday, Nov. 29, 2010 in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/David Pellerin)

Boschini pushes to change alert system company

By Carolina Olivares
Published Nov 21, 2019
A multilingual alert system may be set in place next fall.
Construction on Berry Street. Photo by Riane Cleveland.

New traffic light on Berry Street hopes to increase pedestrian protection

By Riane Cleveland
Published Nov 18, 2019
A new traffic light has been placed on Berry Street to increase pedestrian safety and allow access to Lot 9.
Chancellor Boschini speaks at his annual town hall in March 2013. Photo by TCU 360.

Boschini questions English-only alert system

By Carolina Olivares
Published Nov 13, 2019
Chancellor Boschini is asking his staff to implement a Spanish version of the TCU alert system.
The TCU Police Department are dedicated to making students feel safe (Photo by Hank Kilgore)

Aggravated robbery reported near campus

By Renee Umsted
Published Nov 1, 2019
The students were approached by an unidentified male who threatened to harm them Thursday night.