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The Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU (Photo courtesy of Kyle Cornelison)

The reputation of TCU’s Van Cliburn Concert Hall brings in high-caliber military ensembles

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 5, 2024
“The word is out” about TCU’s acoustically pristine concert hall, bringing many premiere music groups to the campus and the community.
The national debt clock is seen in midtown Manhattan, Thursday, May 25, 2023. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

W. Charles Sawyer memorial lecture welcomes renowned guest

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Mar 6, 2024
Stephanie Kelton discussed the controversial debate surrounding the national debt in an award-winning documentary featured during the lecture memorial honoring a TCU professor.
A sign displayed in Ennis, Tx. (The City of Ennis, File)

Total eclipse will appear over Ennis

By Madilyn Kopec, Staff Writer
Published Feb 29, 2024
Ennis will be covered by the eclipse’s shadow for the longest amount of time on April 8.
One of the many signs that introduce the Fort Worth Zoos recent habitat addition. (Kimberly Moreno/Staff Writer)

Buy your tickets to visit the Fort Worth Zoo this spring break!

By Kimberly Moreno, Staff Writer
Published Feb 23, 2024
Kick off spring break with a visit to the Fort Worth Zoo.
Marla Ringel directing Cantiamo (courtesy of TCU choral student)

TCU graduate now teaching TCU students

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 25, 2023
Marla Ringel received her doctorate from TCU in 2019 and was recently hired as the new assistant professor of education for the School of Music.
Two women show their nail art while holding hands. (Photo courtesy of AP News images)

A young entrepreneur follows his dreams after years of mistreatment

By Steven Magallon, Staff Writer
Published Apr 20, 2023
David Flores, 22, leaves the fast-food industry to pursue a career as a nail technician.
Bar at the Original (Lucy Puente/TCU360)

Fort Worth’s 97-year-old The Original Mexican Eats Café lease extended

By Lucy Puente, Staff Writer
Published Apr 19, 2023
The Original Mexican Eats Café, Fort Worth’s oldest restaurant, will stay in business for three more months.
The closing of Pizza Snob opens the door for other pizza restaurants by TCU. Photo by Renee Umsted.

Pizza options for TCU students

By Ethan Love, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
With the closing of Pizza Snob, TCU students are left without a dedicated pizza spot that is within walking distance of the campus. 
Neeley (left) plays with Runcle (right) at the Blessing of the Animals.

Furry Friendzy: a unique story about a unique animal rehabilitation center

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
Pylar Pinkston, the founder of Furry Friendzy, visited TCU this week to discuss her work with animals.
Travis, the new baby elephant, and Belle, his mom, will make a public appearance at the Fort Worth Zoo after he bonds with the herd and learns to swim.  This photo was taken several hours after his birth on Feb. 23, 2023. (Photo courtesy of the Fort Worth Zoo)

The Fort Worth Zoo names baby elephant, but visitors will have to wait for a first look

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Mar 9, 2023
The Fort Worth Zoo names the two-week-old baby elephant as he learns the ropes before making his public appearance.
The satellite gallery for the School of Art located on the southern edge of campus. (Delaney Vega/ Staff Writer)

Art gallery showcases 150 artists to celebrate 150 years of TCU

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Mar 8, 2023
For TCU's celebration of 150 years, the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery plans to hold an exhibition featuring 150 pieces.
Voters will go to the polls on Saturday, May 6, to vote on mayor and district councils. (Courtesy of AP)

Voters guide to upcoming municipal election

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
Voters will be given the chance to choose mayoral and updated district councils on the ballot this spring.