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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 SmithPublished March 1, 2022

TCU students are now no longer required to wear face masks in most on-campus areas, according to an email sent by the Chancellor's Campus Readiness Task Force around 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The email...

TCU campus is currently requiring masks in all indoor spaces (Staff Photographer/ Leah Bolling)

Some students fail to comply with TCU’s mask mandate in ‘community locations’ on campus

By Kathryn LewisPublished January 28, 2022

TCU's mandate requiring masks be worn inside buildings, including classrooms and the Mary Couts Burnett Library, has been in effect since fall 2020. But some students still fail to follow the mandate,...

Students and faculty gathered in the Campus Commons on Oct. 28 for the Chancellor’s town hall. (Allie Brown/TCU 360)

Chancellor speaks on COVID-19 regulations at town hall meeting

By Allie BrownPublished October 30, 2021

If vaccination rates increase at TCU, campus may see changes in COVID-19 regulations. Although Chancellor Victor Boschini said he would never give an answer of certainty regarding anything related...

The TCU Health Center at noon

Honors faculty encourages vaccine mandate

By Allie BrownPublished October 26, 2021

More than a year after COVID-19 forced students online, colleges are still trying to assess the best course of action to keep students and faculty safe. The core faculty of the John V. Roach Honors...

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COVID-19 test center shortages near TCU

By Matthew Sgroi and Sederick OliverPublished September 23, 2021

https://vimeo.com/609932268 COVID-19 testing centers around TCU plagued with test shortages A year ago today, every pharmacy, urgent care and COVID-19 testing center around the country was short on...

A long-time Fort Worth police officer died Saturday from complications of COVID-19 and on-duty injuries (Photo Courtesy of TCU News)

Former Fort Worth, TCU Police Department officer dies of COVID-19 and on-duty injury complications

By JD PellsPublished May 6, 2021

A well-respected TCU Police Department officer died Saturday of complications related to COVID-19 and several past on-duty injuries. David A. Marshall, 61, had served as a TCU police officer since...

TCU welcomed students home amid the pandemic.
(Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

COVID-19 protocols remain up in the air for fall semester

By Mia YartoPublished May 4, 2021

COVID-19 protocols will be in place at TCU next fall, but its unclear what they will look like. Earlier this semester, Chancellor Victor Boschini announced that TCU is planning on an in-person and...

One of the Funky Town Fridges (Haeven Gibbons/Line Editor)

Fort Worth’s first community fridge program helps serve vulnerable neighborhoods

By Haeven GibbonsPublished April 28, 2021
The pandemic and its subsequent economic upheaval prompted one Fort Worth native to adopt a creative approach in nourishing people living in some of Tarrant County’s hungriest ZIP codes. 
Non-traditional classroom in the Bluu

Non-traditional classrooms to continue to be used next semester as distancing requirements persist

By Amanda VasquezPublished April 15, 2021

COVID-19 has prompted TCU to reconsider what makes a classroom.  With social distancing guidelines limiting the numbers of students who can be in a room, large spaces in buildings such as the...

TCU hosted a COVID-19 drive-thru vaccine clinic at the parking lots of the Amon G. Carter Stadium.

Thousands of TCU community members receive COVID-19 vaccines as university supply increases

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 14, 2021

Over 2,000 TCU students, faculty and staff received a COVID-19 vaccine last week and more doses are on the way.  Roughly 36% of the campus community has now been given at least one dose of either...

FILE - In this Jan. 13, 2021, file photo, tenants rights advocates demonstrate in front of the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse in Boston. President Joe Biden’s administration is cutting things close on a nationwide eviction moratorium, which is set to expire in less than a week. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)

Experts concerned about rise in Fort Worth’s homeless population as eviction moratorium nears end

By Haeven GibbonsPublished April 9, 2021
The number of homeless people in Tarrant County is down sharply according to the most recent census, but homeless agencies and advocates worry the numbers reflect an undercount that could swell when the federal moratorium on evictions ends.
COVID-19 testing sites at TCU are clearly marked for social distancing.

Changes in COVID-19 guidelines, upcoming Board of Trustees meeting discussed with Faculty Senate

By Amanda VasquezPublished April 4, 2021

Some COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted at TCU beginning this summer. The announcement came in an email from Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, and Provost Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg...

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