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A patron wanders a new exhibit in the Modern. (Frances Wetherbee/TCU 360)

A closer look: Texas’ oldest museum renews with art from the past

By Frances Wetherbee
Published Nov 30, 2021
The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum is the oldest museum in Texas and offers a discount for students.
Funky Town Fridge founder Kendra Richardson poses in front of the Poly fridge. (Haeven Gibbons/TCU 360)

Funky Town Fridge: an act of community solidarity

By Allie Brown
Published Nov 17, 2021
TCU is hosting a food drive to benefit Funky Town Fridge, a food bank with a spin.
TCU students build relationships with people in Fort Worth who are low-income or experiencing homelessness every Friday morning. October 23, 2021. (Staff Photographer: Leah Bolling)

The power of Bingo brings the community together

By Leah Bolling
Published Nov 15, 2021
Four students created a club that bridges the gap between TCU students and the Fort Worth community experiencing homelessness.
Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department. Each of the locations in the Fort Worth area benefit Cook Children’s hospital. (Leah Bolling/Staff Photographer)

Spirit Halloween raises money for Fort Worth’s Cook Children’s hospital

By Leah Bolling
Published Nov 7, 2021
Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department.
Spirit Halloween on Hulen Street, about a 10 minute drive from TCU (Lucy Puente/TCU360)

Spooky season supply chain chaos sends ominous message for upcoming holidays

By Lucy Puente
Published Nov 2, 2021
As the month of October came to a close, businesses like Spirit Halloween struggled with the supply chain chaos and marked an ominous sign for the upcoming holidays
Photo rendition of the future Ecoplex building. Photo courtesy of Ecoplex.

International Environmental Complex plans to revolutionize sustainability

By Isabelle Acheson
Published Oct 31, 2021
Ecoplex plans to revolutionize sustainability and the building plans to break ground right here in Fort Worth.
Marie Langer and Brittany Taylor smile with Ladybug while delivering donations from their Amazon Wishlist at the Euless Animal Shelter. Photo courtesy of Marie Langer.

TCU students work to save shelter animals in Euless

By Kyla Vogel
Published Oct 29, 2021
Euless shelter animals are finding new homes thanks to two business students.
Berry Good Buys thrift store benefitting SafeHaven of Tarrant County.  (Skye Moreno/TCU 360)

Resale shop combats Tarrant County domestic violence, encourages students to donate pre-owned goods

By Skye Moreno
Published Oct 28, 2021
Local resale shop uses donations and proceeds made from purchases to help victims of domestic violence.
Photo of an elephant in the newly renovated exhibit, Elephant Springs, at the Fort Worth Zoo. (Photo courtesy of the Fort Worth Zoo)

Fort Worth Zoo looks to further conservation efforts by advancing exhibits

By Isabelle Acheson
Published Oct 13, 2021
The Fort Worth Zoo's conservation efforts are not going unnoticed.
Local businesses welcome development but fear the results.(Image by: Lucy Puente TCU360)

Fort Worth “No Se Vende,” the reality local businesses fear

By Lucy Puente
Published Sep 28, 2021
When driving around the South Side of Fort Worth, signs and murals speckle Hemphill Street reading “Hemphill No Se Vende”, which translates to “Hemphill Not For Sale”.
Trent Shaskan, Fort Worth bread maker, owner of The Table

Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store

By Haeven Gibbons
Published May 6, 2021
Trent Shaskan opened 'The Table' to provide a space for locally sourced farmers and artisans to sell their products.
Clinic manager Angelle Harris walks in the front door of the Whole Womans Health clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019. Faced with drives of four hours or more to Fort Worth, Dallas, El Paso or out-of-state clinics, many women in West Texas and the Panhandle need at least two days to obtain an abortion _ a situation that advocates say exacerbates the challenges of arranging child care, taking time off work and finding lodging. Some end up sleeping in their cars. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature

By Katherine Lester
Published May 4, 2021
One of the bills from the Texas Senate is a "heartbeat bill" that would ban abortions as early as 6 weeks.