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TCU right fielder Austin Davis tallies three hits in five at-bats in a 9-6 loss to Lamar on April 18, 2023. (Photo courtesy of

‘We’ve got to put the ball in play’: TCU baseball’s struggles continue in loss to Lamar

By Charles Baggarly
Published Apr 18, 2023
TCU baseball lost to Lamar 9-6 on Tuesday, ending the ballgame with a mistake caused by aggressive base running.
Rankin during an evening shift working the bar. (Sara Honda/TCU 360)

Strangers no more: Meet the familiar faces around the TCU community

By Sara Honda, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
Get to know the stories behind the friendly faces that work in the businesses around campus.
The Mary Couts Burnett Library, where many students study and plan their course goals. (Delaney Vega/Staff Writer)

Students share their opinion on TCU advising after enrollment

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2023
Students express their different experiences and opinions on TCU's academic advising processes.
TCU second baseman Tre Richardson hits a solo home run in a 12-6 loss to UNC Wilmington on April 16, 2023. (Photo courtesy of

No. 25 TCU baseball thoroughly defeated by UNC Wilmington with series on the line

By Charles Baggarly
Published Apr 16, 2023
No. 25 TCU baseball lost 12-6 on Sunday to UNC Wilmington, dropping the weekend series.
Screen shot of possible internship opportunities. [Photo Courtesy of Maddie Sweeney]

Students use internships to jumpstart their careers

By Riley Hovis, Staff Writer
Published Apr 12, 2023
Before senior year, many students use internships as a way to enter into their desired profession.
Next years student body officers talk about the summer and plans for the fall in the SGA offices. (Ella M. Mercer/ Staff Writer)

New student body officers plan for next year

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2023
The new student body officers cannot let students pick the fall concert artist, but they are trying to improve advising and give student organizations more money next year.
Hazel Remington, a TCU movement science major, donates to the TCU blood drive in the Carter BloodCare mobile unit Feb. 22, 2023. TCU student Abbie Orndorff, left, and Carter phlebotomist Destiny Milam, right, discuss the donating process. (Photo by Sally Verrando)

Mobile units will return for the last TCU blood drive of the semester

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2023
TCU's blood drive hopes to match or exceed results of the last drive when Carter BloodCare returns to the TCU campus on April 18.
Joe Winick’s campaign sign shows “Hypno Joe” on TCU’s campus on March 27, 2021. (Photo: Nick Girimonte/Staff Writer).

Who is Hypno Joe? Get to know TCU’s new student body president

By Nick Girimonte, Staff Writer
Published Apr 6, 2023
TCU's student body president for 2023-2024 used a creative slogan to bring attention to his campaign.
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.
Lyvia Baldner putting on her pointe shoes in Erma Lowe Hall. (Alexis Berry/Staff Writer)

DanceTCU Spring Concert showcases a diverse group of guest artists

By Amelia Crowley and Alexis Berry
Published Mar 31, 2023
DanceTCU's semester guest concert this weekend will showcase various artists from around the country.
Jim speaks to students in the Dementia Care class at TCU. (Sarah Walter/Staff Writer)

More than a diagnosis: a TCU educator lives with dementia

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Mar 30, 2023
Jim McLarty's diagnosis led him to co-teaching a class on dementia at TCU.
A vibrant purple tulip blooming on TCU’s campus in March of 2023. (Ella Mercer/TCU 360)

Tulips in full bloom: TCU’s beautiful tradition

By Mason Gillingwater
Published Mar 29, 2023
The TCU grounds team annually plants tulips to add a pop of color to campus for all to enjoy.