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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. 
The Skiff: TCU goes dark

The Skiff: TCU goes dark

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff Editor
Published Apr 11, 2024
Volume 122, Issue 23: Also, butterflies on exhibit, Pullin's proposal and a shark tale.
TCU Baseball Field

Possible inclement weather stops TCU baseball’s midweek series against UTRGV

By Micah Pearce, Executive Editor
Published Apr 9, 2024
TCU's two-game series against UTRGV has been canceled. Frogball will be back in action against Texas Tech on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
The cast of Unscripted after their first live show.

TCU Unscripted produces first-ever live show

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
TCU Unscripted anchors discuss going live for the first time for a pre-game show before the NCAA basketball championship on Monday.
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez will be performing during Reconciliation Day 2024. (Photo courtesy of Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez)

Race and Reconciliation Day will feature talent and culture of TCU student

By Haylee Chiariello, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
Claudia Tiffany Rodriguez, an accomplished and recognized folklorico performer, will perform in the Intellectual Commons on Wednesday.

Go inside to stay alive: surviving tornado season in Fort Worth

By Allie DeSimone and Cate Stewart
Published Apr 9, 2024
Being ready with an emergency kit and knowing where to seek shelter can ensure safety during severe weather.
Student Body President Joe Winick and Chief of Staff Ash Harris present H.B. 110-16 to cut Frog Aides funding at the SGA meeting on April 9, 2024. (Ella M. Mercer/Staff Photographer)

SGA drops Frog Aides, unanimously approves next year’s budget

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Apr 9, 2024
SGA will have $945,000 next year to spend on the fall concert and clubs.
Unscripted LIVE: NCAA Mens Basketball National Championship pre-game show

Unscripted LIVE: NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship pre-game show

By Ethan Love, Executive Producer
Published Apr 8, 2024
Hear the crew break down everything men's basketball tonight in anticipation of UCONN and Purdue's matchup.
Lesli Figueredo explains the benefits on equine therapy in the TCU commons. (Shalyn Minshew/Staff Photographer)

TCU Counseling and Mental Health Center offers equine therapy

By Shalyn Minshew, Staff Writer
Published Apr 8, 2024
TCU has partnered with Freedom Reigns Counseling to incorporate equine therapy as an option for students.
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.
A sign in a subdivision shows newly built D.R. Horton houses for sale in a Fort Worth, Texas file photo from Nov. 14, 2006. D.R. Horton Inc., one of the nations largest homebuilders, said fiscal first-quarter sales orders fell 28 percent year-over-year, dampening sentiment that the housing sector may be getting over its troubles. (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam, File)

Housing costs are on the rise in the Lone Star State

By Jordan Montgomery, Staff Writer
Published Apr 4, 2024
Texans are having trouble finding affordable housing in recent years, despite the region having a historic reputation of being a low-cost state.
The Skiff: AIM causing a musical metamorphasis

The Skiff: AIM causing a musical metamorphasis

By Walter Flanagin, The Skiff Editor
Published Apr 4, 2024
Volume 122, Issue 22: Also, a total eclipse, breaking barriers and standing with survivors.