All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

TCU 360

All TCU. All the time.

TCU 360

After 42 years, Kappa Delta returns to TCUs Greek village

After 42 years, Kappa Delta returns to TCU’s Greek village

By Ryan Thorpe, Staff Writer
Published Feb 16, 2023
Kappa Delta will join 12 other Panhellenic sororities on campus after a 42-year hiatus.
The entry display at TCU Florist shows Valentine’s Day items and gifts. (Delaney Vega/ Staff Writer)

TCU Florist takes on the busiest time of the year

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Feb 16, 2023
With Valentine's Day being one of the busiest business days of the year, TCU Florist talks how they prepared for the holiday.
Business students engage in conversation at the speaker event hosted by Delta Sigma Pi fraternity. (Georgie London/Staff Writer)

Hospital administrator broadens horizons for business students

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Feb 16, 2023
A look into the career of business administration with advice from one of the industry's most successful leaders.
Sadler Hall on February 9, 2022. Along with overhauling the interior, the renovations improved accessibility with ramps along the east side of the building.

Sadler Hall renovations return academics to the center of campus

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer TCU 360
Published Feb 13, 2023
M.E. Sadler Hall went back to its roots this semester when the newly renovated building reopened as an academic hub and home of the honors college.
President Pullins sign outside of Rees-Jones Hall on Feb. 9, 2023 (Sydney Brunson/TCU 360).

TCU President Pullin hosts meet-and-greet

By Elizabeth Hubbard
Published Feb 13, 2023
Daniel Pullin took the time to meet informally with faculty and staff on February 9th.
FILE - Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney swears in potential jurors during proceedings to seat a special purpose grand jury in Atlanta, on May 2, 2022. McBurney is set to hear arguments on whether to release a report by a special grand jury tasked with investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and his allies broke any laws as they sought to overturn his narrow 2020 election loss in Georgia. (AP Photo/Ben Gray, File)

What we’re reading: UFOs shot down, Georgia election investigation and more

By Lance Sanders
Published Feb 13, 2023
New Mexico State suspends basketball program, judge authorizes release of excerpts from 2020 election investigations, and other news we're following.
Two students mark their squares after donating to Gamma Phi Betas philanthropy (Photo courtesy of Ariana Hunt)

TCU sorority supports philanthropy through Super Bowl-inspired project

By Ryan Thorpe, Staff Writer
Published Feb 11, 2023
Gamma Phi Beta's new philanthropy event, the Gamma Phi Bowl, aims to "build stronger girls."
The TCU MFA Program showcases their artwork during the Open Studios day on Feb. 11, 2023.  (Nick Girimonte/Staff Writer)

TCU Studio Art showcases MFA program at Open Studios

By Nick Girimonte, Staff Writer
Published Feb 11, 2023
TCU Studio Art held an Open Studios Event in Moudy North showcasing their Master of Fine Arts Program.
Comedian Trevor Wallace shows some TCU spirit at his comedy show presented by theEnd on Friday, Feb. 3. (Photo by Jillian Miller)

Students react to a night of laughs with Trevor Wallace

By Ethan Love, Staff Writer
Published Feb 6, 2023
Influencer and comedian Trevor Wallace performed a stand-up show for TCU students Friday night in the BLUU Ballroom.
Geter, left, directs soprano soloist Brandie Sutton, right, in An African American Requiem with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Fort Worth Opera Chorus. A hologram of Sutton, dressed and singing as an enslaved woman, is in the permanent collection of the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama.

‘An African American Requiem’ mourns Tyre Nichols and thousands of other Black Americans

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Feb 6, 2023
Take a peek into the Fort Worth Opera's performance at TCU's Van Cliburn Concert Hall through photos.
TCU Concert Chorale music on display (photo courtesy of Chorale member).

TCU Concert Chorale addresses mental health issues through song

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Feb 5, 2023
TCU Concert Chorale will perform in the Van Cliburn Concert Hall on Feb. 6 before performing at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention.
A Texas Christian University sign displayed on campus on Oct. 7, 2021. The TCU Board of Trustees approved an increase in tuition for the 2022-23 year. (Ella Gibson/Staff Reporter)

Roads closed due to water main break on South University Drive

By Gianna Mares
Published Feb 3, 2023
Learn more about the flooding caused by the water main break.