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Paddle-out in Maui honors Floyd, other black lives

Paddle-out in Maui honors Floyd, other black lives

By JD PellsPublished June 1, 2020

Three hundred members from the Maui community gathered for a paddle-out at Launiupoko Beach Park on May 31 to honor the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. The paddle-out began...

TCU alumna Lizzie Morris celebrates her nuptials at the Tarrant County Courthouse. (Photo courtesy of Lizzie Morris.)

Will you be my quarantine?

By Mel MorrisPublished May 18, 2020

The restrictions in place due to COVID-19 have limited large gatherings and nonessential travel, but some lovebirds have learned how to adjust. Couples who had planned to get married during this time...

Family works to stay positive at home

Family works to stay positive at home

By TCU 360Published May 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many people throughout the world. The one thing that isn't being talked about as often is what families and individuals are doing to take care of themselves mentally....

Photo by Angelica Menjivar.

Elementary school students face challenges with distance learning

By TCU 360Published May 14, 2020

For TCU students, going back home can be a big help and show us the challenges that our families might face during this quarantine period without us. One of those challenges is helping their younger siblings...

Photo courtesy of Samantha Knapp.

Home away from home

By TCU 360Published May 13, 2020

In this pandemic, many people find places where they can go to temporarily escape the situation. Scroll through the window below or click here to read the full story. Home Away From Home by Samantha...

Photo courtesy of Laura Heathcott.

Spring at TCU: Empty classrooms, quiet campus

By TCU 360Published May 12, 2020

Even with an empty campus and online classes, some students have chosen to live in their residences by TCU to maintain the college environment and savor what time they have left with their TCU community....

Photo by Elizabeth Burns.

A day in my life of quarantine

By TCU 360Published May 11, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to affect the TCU community, students have moved back into the safety of their own homes with their families. Students are trying to adapt to this new way of living by establishing...

Photo courtesy of Kiaya Johnson.

Routines for some remain the same

By TCU 360Published May 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm. The planet is on pause, as time seems to be the only thing that is passing us by. Vivian Johnson's experience with the pandemic is a little bit different....

Healthcare workers. (Photo courtesy of Maizey Edgar.)

Healthcare workers and their families in COVID-19

By TCU 360Published May 7, 2020

Many TCU students have healthcare workers in their families who are now on the frontlines against the COVID-19 pandemic. The ways these family members ensure they and their families are safe from infection...

Staying healthy while in quarantine

Staying healthy while in quarantine

By Hannah Gagow and TCU 360Published May 6, 2020

COVID-19 has shut down all businesses in California expect the essentials, including gyms and restaurants. Some people may find it hard to live a healthy and active lifestyle in the confines of their...

Life during COVID-19

Life during COVID-19

By TCU 360Published May 5, 2020

Graduation being pushed back, classes transitioning to distance learning and the overall feeling of being on campus was all taken away from the TCU community when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Despite...

The job hunt: Graduating college students struggle to find jobs

The job hunt: Graduating college students struggle to find jobs

By TCU 360Published May 4, 2020

COVID-19 has affected the entire human population, including graduating seniors at TCU and around the world who are nervous about the job market they will be entering. Scroll through the window below...

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