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TCU 360

Paul McMahon, a senior political science student, walks out on the Rockwood Park baseball field during TCU Club Baseball practice.  (Emil Asaf)

TCU Club Baseball ready for 2023-2024 season

By Emil Asaf, Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2023

TCU Club Baseball unites students through their love for the sport and desire to continue competing after their high school athletic careers. Despite the start of the official season being a few months...

Police respond to an active shooter situation in Lewiston, Maine, Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

What we’re reading: shooter at large in Maine, heavy rainfall in North Texas and more

By Katie Mitchell, Staff Writer
Published Oct 26, 2023

Gunman kills 18 in Maine, sparks manhunt Police in Lewiston, Maine responded to active shooter calls at a bowling alley and a bar around 8 p.m. Wednesday night, according to CNN. A US Army reservist,...

Representative Mike Johnson of Louisiana in 2020. Mr. Johnson, the new House speaker, has made a close ally of former President Donald J. Trump.
(Anna Moneymaker/The New York Times)

What we’re reading: Speaker of the House elected, Gaza fuel crisis and more

By Sydney Miller, Staff Writer
Published Oct 25, 2023
A category 5 hurricane devastates Acapulco, Mexico, fuel shortages threaten aid efforts in Gaza and more of what we're reading.
Grace Vanucchi, Mac Eubank and Sasha Voldina perform to “Super Important” choreographed 
by Sarah Newton.

Chi Tau Epsilon and DanceTCU present biannual Brown Bag Dance performance

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Oct 25, 2023
Alumni, family and students gathered to support TCU dancers on homecoming weekend.
The exterior of AT&T Stadium, inside which Delta Gamma hosted its annual Anchorbowl on Oct. 21. (Alicia Takacs/Staff Writer)

Delta Gamma’s annual Anchorbowl played at AT&T Stadium

By Alicia Takacs, Staff Writer
Published Oct 24, 2023
The Anchorbowl is a yearly philanthropy event hosted by Delta Gamma that raises money for their chapter’s philanthropy, Service for Sight.
The Great Pumpkin is displayed front and center at the Dallas Arboretum during this years fall theme, Its The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. (Mattea Skinner/Staff Writer)

Five fall activities to do around Dallas-Fort Worth for the spooky season

By Mattea Skinner, Staff Writer
Published Oct 23, 2023
From haunted houses to pumpkin villages, there are many events around TCU to get students in the fall spirit.
Theatre TCU students observe as Drew Gasparini teaches during his on-campus masterclass. (Caroline Kellam/Staff Writer)

Theatre students perform for award-winning songwriter and musical composer Drew Gasparini

By Caroline Kellam, Staff Writer
Published Oct 22, 2023
Broadway-bound composer advances Theatre TCU’s training by offering wisdom and assistance to students.
Entrance to the Texas State Fair. (Jaida Joyner/Staff Writer)

What to eat at the Texas State Fair

By Jaida Joyner, Staff Writer
Published Oct 22, 2023

The State Fair of Texas is known for its deep-fried food vendors who can make gourmet and regional dishes that are native to Texas. Unique foods join the line-up every year to bring more and more fairgoers. This...

Alcohol at a football game.

The number two party school in the nation is cutting back on alcohol violations

By Kiley Beykirch, Staff Writer
Published Oct 19, 2023

The Wall Street Journal ranks TCU second in the nation regarding student satisfaction with the party scene, but that doesn’t mean students are racking up alcohol violations.  Last year, 412 AVs were...

The Fort Worth Bureau of Engraving and Printing facility produces over half the nation’s currency. Free public tours are available Tuesday through Friday. (AP Photo)

Fort Worth prints over half the nation’s currency

By Garrett Cook, Staff Writer
Published Oct 19, 2023

American paper currency, produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, is only made in two places – Washington D.C. and Fort Worth. Approximately $526 million is printed every day, over half of which...

Stage West Theatre

Theatre TCU collaborates with Stage West to bring a charming musical to Fort Worth

By Sydney Miller, Staff Writer
Published Oct 17, 2023
A modern retelling of "The Princess and the Pea" brings Theatre TCU students and acting professionals together to perform.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is featuring the work of Louise Nevelson.

New exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art uses everyday items to provoke thought

By Georgie Hager, Staff Writer
Published Oct 17, 2023

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas recently debuted the exhibition titled "The World Outside: Louise Nevelson at Midcentury." This is one of the first exhibitions exclusively...