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Jarvis Hall is home to the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

New support group offers LGBTQ+ students a place to connect

By Savanna Dastrup, Staff Writer
Published Feb 23, 2024
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life has introduced a new offering among five support groups it hosts weekly.
The Smith family from left to right: Wes, Graham, Dorree Jane, Philip and Dawson. (Photo Courtesy of Graham Smith)

Brotherly love: How brothers of Wes Smith honor legacy at upcoming Cowtown Marathon

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
The Smith family honors Wes Smith's legacy by running the Cowtown Marathon and raising money for future TCU students.
Brenda Ciardiello is instructing attendees on the art of watercolor painting. (Paxton Crews/Staff Photographer)

The TCU Fab Lab hosts second visiting artist workshop

By Paxton Crews, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
The Mary Couts Burnett Library welcomed local artist Brenda Ciardiello to host an artist workshop open to any TCU student.
Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley stands in front of Winton-Scott Hall. (Photo Courtesy of TCU Magazine)

The former TCU professor who worked on the Manhattan Project

By Esra Ghanim, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
Former TCU physics professor Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley worked on the Manhattan Project in the 1940s; a project that is being remembered today following the release of the “Oppenheimer” movie, which received 13 Oscar nominations.
Fort Worth Miracle League attending the club fair in August 2023. (Photo courtesy of Carter Moore)

The National Miracle League is making its way to Fort Worth through TCU students

By Kimberly Moreno, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
Two TCU students hope to bring a chapter of the Miracle League to campus.
The Electrotoads club president DJs in the commons. (Photo courtesy of Emma Dickey)

Students embrace EDM club on campus

By Presley Walker, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
A TCU organization, the Electrotoads, plans upcoming events for the semester.
The TCU School of Music recruits at a booth in the convention center. (@tcumusic on Instagram)

TCU music students attend nation’s largest convention for music educators

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Feb 20, 2024
Members of the TCU Symphony Orchestra performed at the annual TMEA convention on Friday, Feb 9.
German language students practice talking- and singing- in common areas. (TCU Magazine)

The hidden gem of campus: TCU Language Houses

By Kelsey Finley, Staff Writer
Published Feb 20, 2024
The Language Houses provide students with a unique immersive experience in which to learn a new language.
People sit in the pews of Robert Carr Chapel on Wednesday, Feb. 14 for Ash Wednesday service. (Aliyah Howell/Staff Photographer)

Robert Carr Chapel held an Ash Wednesday service on Valentine’s Day

By Aliyah Howell, Staff Writer
Published Feb 20, 2024
Students reflect on what it meant to receive their ashes on TCU's campus.
Suttles and her castmate, Paul Taylor, during a dress rehearsal. (Photo courtesy of Evan Michael Woods)

TCU senior steps into the spotlight at Circle Theatre

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
Maddie Suttles performs with a professional-caliber community cast in Circle Theatre's production of “Artemisia.”
FILE - Blake Davis, 10, of Coral Springs, Fla., looks through solar glasses as he watches the eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. After April 8, 2024, there won’t be another U.S. eclipse, spanning coast to coast, until 2045. That one will stretch from Northern California all the way to Cape Canaveral, Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

Total solar eclipse will darken DFW in April

By Madilyn Kopec, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
Night will become day on April 8 during a total eclipse that should stretch from Mexico to Maine.
“Underdawgs” film poster displaying the premiere in the BLUU Auditorium on Monday, Jan 29. (Alexandra Smith/Staff Photographer)

Film, Television, and Digital Media department premieres new film, “Underdawgs”

By Alexandra Smith, Staff Writer
Published Feb 19, 2024
"Underdawgs," a TCU FTDM film tells the story of Austin Underwood and his perseverance and success living life with Down syndrome.