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TCU 360

Members of Alpha Psi Omega posing during a performance of Big Spender during TCU Twisted on March 26, 2023. (Ryan Thorpe/TCU360)

Theatre TCU puts on a gender-bent show to fundraise for people with HIV/AIDS

By Ryan Thorpe and Caroline Kellam
Published Apr 1, 2023
This year, TCU Twisted raised over $500 for the Fort Worth AIDS Outreach Center, adding to the $1,200 raised last semester.
Campaign signs posted near Clark Hall. (Ella M. Mercer/TCU360)

Student body president candidates set to debate Wednesday

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Mar 29, 2023
TCU 360 will host a live debate between SGA candidates on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Jessie Blanchards jeep bumper shows a sticker with the slogan Yes We Narcan, Jan. 23, 2023, in Albany, Ga. Naloxone, available as a nasal spray and in an injectable form, is a key tool in the battle against a nationwide overdose crisis. On Tuesday, Feb. 7, President Joe Biden faced harsh rebukes from multiple angles as he spoke during his State of the Union address about trying to contain a drug overdose crisis driven by powerful illicit synthetic opioids like fentanyl, that has been killing more than 100,000 people a year in the U.S. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

What we’re reading: Narcan approved for over-the-counter purchase, Vanuatu secures historic UN vote and more

By Cate Stewart, staff writer
Published Mar 29, 2023
The Justice Department motions to end the Seattle police department's consent decree, scientists discuss influenza type D and more of what we're reading.
People pay their respects at an entry to The Covenant School that has become a memorial for victims, Tuesday, March 28, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. Six people were fatally shot at the school the day before. (AP Photo/John Amis)

What we’re reading: Body camera footage released of Nashville school shooter 

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Mar 28, 2023
A Fort Worth chef is back in the kitchen, former NFL MVP requests a trade, and more.
Campaign signs posted near Clark Hall. (Ella M. Mercer/TCU360)

Voter guide to SGA elections

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2023
Students can vote for president, vice president and treasurer in the SGA student body officer election on March 31.
TCUs tuition increases almost every year. In the past decade, TCU tuition rose 56% or by $20,630. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU tuition to increase in upcoming year

By Hope Crockett, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2023
TCU students will pay over $3,000 more in the 2023-24 academic school year after trustees approved a 6% tuition hike at this month’s board meeting. 
theCrew has hosted events on campus for over a decade, bringing the TCU community together. (Photo courtesy of theCrew)

A week with theCrew

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2023
From crafts, to food, to even animals, theCrew has one goal in mind: to build community on campus.
The TCU Police Department is located at 3025 Lubbock Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas. (Heesoo Yang/TCU 360)

TCU police unveils new parking ticket system

By Breana Adams, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2023
Traditional yellow citation tickets are now a thing of the past. TCU police is implementing a new parking ticket system that utilizes white, thermal paper.
US Vice President Kamala Harris addresses the crowd after arriving at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana, on March 26, 2023. - US Vice President Kamala Harris starts a three-country tour of Africa, promoting the White Houses positive vision of the continent as the future of the world.
Harris trip to Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia is the latest salvo in deepening US engagement with a continent largely ignored under Republican Donald Trump -- and long viewed in Washington as more of a problem area than a land of opportunity. (Photo by Nipah Dennis / AFP) (Photo by NIPAH DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images)

What we’re reading: six killed in Nashville school shooting, Israel protests and more

By Lance Sanders, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2023
Israel protests after judicial overhaul, Disney lays off 7000 employees, Vice President Harris tours Africa, Nashville school shooting.
A student walks toward his residence in Greek village. (Ryan Thorpe/ TCU360)

Resident assistant applications reach record level – here’s why

By Ryan Thorpe, Staff Writer
Published Mar 23, 2023
Students who applied to be a resident assistant for the 2023-2024 school year were in the most competitive pool yet.
Dr. Richard J. Davison gives a keynote address for the Ronald E. Moore Humanities Symposium in the Moudy Auditorium on March 1, 2023. (Walter Flanagin/Staff Writer)

TCU CALM kicks off month-long symposium with keynote address on well-being

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2023
A psychologist from the University of Wisconsin-Madison shared their research on well-being at TCU humanities symposium.
Flying Frogs take a trip to tour The Experimental Aircraft Association in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (Photo courtesy of Raquel Shay.)

Aviation club helps students’ passion soar

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2023
The Flying Frogs club offers a platform for students to share their interest in aviation and to network with pilots.