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TCU 360

The Skiff: Welcome back, Frogs!

The Skiff: Welcome back, Frogs!

By Walter FlanaginPublished January 26, 2023
Volume 121, Issue 13: California's ties to TCU Also, men's basketball defeats OU, FW police arrest shooting suspects and more. 
Cover of The Skiff for January 19, 2023. Texas: A season to remember. Photo by Tristen Smith. A football player holds a trophy over his head while purple and white confetti falls around him.

The Skiff Special Edition: A Season to Remember

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff EditorPublished January 19, 2023
Relive the Horned Frogs' road to the 2023 College Football Playoff National Championship.
The Skiff: Where to celebrate graduation, campus construction and more

The Skiff: Where to celebrate graduation, campus construction and more

Published December 1, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 12: Also, a change could get rid of physical ID cards, students share their favorite study spots and more.
The Skiff: Car burglaries decrease, Fort Worth Zoo in photo and more

The Skiff: Car burglaries decrease, Fort Worth Zoo in photo and more

Published November 17, 2022
Vol. 121, Issue 11: Also, Society of Physics Students’ leaders push for national recognition
The Skiff: TCU Dutchmen, your new SGA Speaker of the House and more

The Skiff: TCU Dutchmen, your new SGA Speaker of the House and more

Published November 10, 2022
Vol. 121, Issue 10: Also, TCU Theatre continues team up Circle Theatre, Gen Z job hopping and more
The Skiff: Its basketball season, chancellors town hall and more

The Skiff: It’s basketball season, chancellor’s town hall and more

Published November 3, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 9: Also campus alcohol violations decrease and day of service.
The Skiff: New grad requirements considered, ghost kitchen opens and more

The Skiff: New grad requirements considered, ghost kitchen opens and more

Published October 27, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 8: Also flu shot clinic saw fewer arms, a Bob Schieffer interview from the archives and more.
The Skiff: Former Chancellor Bill Tucker dies, homecoming weekend and more

The Skiff: Former Chancellor Bill Tucker dies, homecoming weekend and more

By Ariel Wallace, Executive Editor, The SkiffPublished October 20, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 7: Also new construction means less parking on East campus, FAFSA applications open and more
The Skiff: Game day parking, soccers senior day ends with shutout and more

The Skiff: Game day parking, soccer’s senior day ends with shutout and more

Published October 13, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 6: Game day parking, soccer's senior day ends with shutout and more
The Skiff: Family weekend, TCU game-day traditions, where to eat and more

The Skiff: Family weekend, TCU game-day traditions, where to eat and more

By Ariel Wallace, Executive Editor, The SkiffPublished September 29, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 5: Family weekend, TCU game-day traditions, where to eat and more
The Skiff: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more

The Skiff: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more

By Ariel Wallace, Executive Editor, The SkiffPublished September 22, 2022
Volume 121, Issue 4: Celebrating 120 years, a look at the Iron Skillet game against SMU and more
The Skiff: Inside the housing crunch, soccer players to watch and more

The Skiff: Inside the housing crunch, soccer players to watch and more

By Ariel Wallace, Executive Editor, The SkiffPublished September 15, 2022
Also, TikTok’s relationship with Gen Z and Gracie Morris leads women’s cross country to silver.
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