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Emily Rose Benefield (left) and McKeever Wright (right) come together for a photo at an As You Are Worship Night.

Fostering a Christian community in a secular world

By Kiley Beykirch, Staff Writer
Published Apr 19, 2024
A club is bringing Christian women together at TCU and colleges around the country.
The Skiff: Volleyball extends home winning streak

The Skiff: Volleyball extends home winning streak

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff Editor
Published Apr 18, 2024
Volume 122, Issue 24: Also, new budget passed, "Superstar" through a modern lens and more.
A fan holds up beer cans in the second half of an NCAA college football game between Vanderbilt and Auburn, Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

TCU offers substance abuse support programs

By Maggie Hale, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2024
College campuses have become the most likely to see substance abuse.
Laura Sonefeld and Steve play important roles in the hospital’s Sit…Stay… PLAY facility dog program.

Puppy love: Cook Children’s encourages families through facility dog program

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2024
Not all staff members at Cook Children's Medical Center are two legged.
Senior journalism major Micah Pearce poses before running the 2024 Boston Marathon. (Photo courtesy of Micah Pearce)

Frog legs: TCU student completes Boston Marathon

By Lillie Davidson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
The race was his second-ever full marathon.
Jesus Christ Superstar cast members rehearse with the tech team. (Ellie Griffin)

Jesus Christ Superstar is still challenging audiences decades later

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
Penny Maas, the show’s director, said her vision is to challenge the audience, while still maintaining a serious, respectful attitude among the cast.
The display shown on the television screen during a biofeedback training session. The information gathered displays the participant’s heart rate and their coherence ratio, referencing which level of a relaxed state they are currently in. (Abbi Elston/Staff Photographer)

TCU Counseling and Mental Health Center offers a new way to cope with stress

By Abbi Elston, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
Experience TCU's biofeedback training at the Counseling and Mental Health Center, empowering students to manage stress and anxiety by understanding and controlling their body's responses.
The TCU Police Department is located at 3025 Lubbock Ave., Fort Worth, Texas. (Heesoo Yang/TCU 360)

Campus safety: Cases, safety measures and resources

By News Now Staff
Published Apr 15, 2024
On this special edition of TCU News Now, our reporters look at the cases that impacted TCU, break down the school's safety measures and shine a light on the resources. 
Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote and published “Stella the Shark has a toothache.” (Photo courtesy of Cayla Prophater)

TCU student publishes a children’s dental hygiene book

By Savanna Dastrup, Staff Writer
Published Apr 11, 2024
Cayla Prophater, a senior biology major, wrote "Stella the Shark has a toothache," available now on Amazon.
Elf Bar and Esco Bar disposable vaping devices are displayed, Monday, June 26, 2023, in Washington. The number of electronic cigarette devices sold in the U.S. has nearly tripled since 2020, driven almost entirely by a wave of unauthorized disposable vapes from China, according to sales data obtained by the Associated Press.

Vaping makes a comeback

By Jaida Joyner, Editor
Published Apr 11, 2024
Less than two years after the FDA’s ban on JUUL vaping devices, a new manufacturer of liquid nicotine has emerged. Marketed to teens, the increase of these new gadgets on college campuses has witnessed rapid growth.
News Now crew 4/10/2024

TCU News Now: the Total Solar Eclipse at TCU, why your eyes hurt after the eclipse and when the sun will return to Fort Worth

By News Now Staff
Published Apr 11, 2024
This week on TCU News Now: the Total Solar Eclipse at TCU, why your eyes hurt after the eclipse and when the sun will return to Fort Worth.