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Brazos punts Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023, at the Fort Worth Zoo to predict the winner of Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII. He chose the Philadelphia Eagles over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Baby elephant from the Fort Worth Zoo picks Super Bowl winner

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Feb 11, 2023
A baby elephant scores at the Fort Worth Zoo as he predicts the Super Bowl LVII winner.
Text from the ChatGPT page of the OpenAI website is shown in this photo, in New York, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

ChatGPT: The AI language model shaping the future of conversational technology

By Caleb Gottry
Published Feb 10, 2023
ChatGPT writes an article about ChatGPT.
TCUs Greek Village covered in snow the morning of Jan. 31. (Delaney Vega/ Staff Writer)

Campus closure causes delay in coursework

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Feb 9, 2023
After a four-day campus closure, professors and students work to catch up on academic instruction.
Comedian Trevor Wallace shows some TCU spirit at his comedy show presented by theEnd on Friday, Feb. 3. (Photo by Jillian Miller)

Students react to a night of laughs with Trevor Wallace

By Ethan Love, Staff Writer
Published Feb 6, 2023
Influencer and comedian Trevor Wallace performed a stand-up show for TCU students Friday night in the BLUU Ballroom.
Geter, left, directs soprano soloist Brandie Sutton, right, in An African American Requiem with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Fort Worth Opera Chorus. A hologram of Sutton, dressed and singing as an enslaved woman, is in the permanent collection of the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama.

‘An African American Requiem’ mourns Tyre Nichols and thousands of other Black Americans

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Feb 6, 2023
Take a peek into the Fort Worth Opera's performance at TCU's Van Cliburn Concert Hall through photos.
TCU third baseman Brayden Taylor doubles in a 8-4 loss to Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Tournament on May 27, 2022. (Photo courtesy of

‘It’s time to get back there’: No. 15 TCU baseball’s sights set on College World Series

By Charles Baggarly
Published Feb 5, 2023
No. 15 TCU Baseball has its sights set on the College World Series. Here's an inside look at the team's mentality ahead of the 2023 season.
TCU guard Shahada Wells attempts a jumper vs Oklahoma State on Feb. 4, 2023. (Photo courtesy of

No. 15 TCU men’s basketball comes up short against Oklahoma State

By Sederick Oliver, Executive Editor, Image Magazine
Published Feb 5, 2023
No. 15 TCU men's basketball overcomes 19-point deficit in 79-73 loss to Oklahoma State.
TCU Concert Chorale music on display (photo courtesy of Chorale member).

TCU Concert Chorale addresses mental health issues through song

By Caleb Gottry, Staff Writer
Published Feb 5, 2023
TCU Concert Chorale will perform in the Van Cliburn Concert Hall on Feb. 6 before performing at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention.
TCU Percussion at PASIC. (Photo courtesy of TCU Percussion.)

Looking back to TCU Percussion’s PASIC experience

By Caleb Gottry, TCU 360 Staff Writer
Published Feb 1, 2023
TCU Percussion looks back to their experience at one of the largest percussion and drum events in the world.
TCU closed campus at 12 p.m. due to incoming inclement weather. A winter storm warning was issued through Wednesday at 6 a.m. (Courtesy of:

Classes resume 10 a.m. on Feb. 3 following winter storm

By TCU 360 Staff, TCU 360 Staff Writers
Published Jan 30, 2023
TCU closed campus Jan. 30-Feb. 2, canceling classes due to slick road conditions. Students reacted and remembered Uri, the storm that hit Texas in February of 2021.
Maestro Damien Geter rehearses with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for An African American Requiem Jan. 26, 2023, at the TCU Music Hall. Geter said he composed the piece in 2016 as a response to racial violence. The day before the TCU performance, body cam footage was released showing five police officers beating Tyre Nichols after a traffic stop in Memphis.

‘An African American Requiem’ debuts in Texas at TCU

By Sally Verrando, Staff Writer
Published Jan 29, 2023
TCU hosts the Fort Worth Opera's presentation of "An African American Requiem," days after another report of racial violence.
The Fort Worth city council unanimously passed the 2021 fiscal year budget on Sept. 22, 2020. This included increasing the police budget by 2%. (Leah Bolling/Staff Reporter)

Open container violation leads to students’ arrest for fake IDs

By Breana Adams, TCU 360 Staff Writer
Published Jan 27, 2023
Fort Worth prohibits open containers and public consumption of alcohol in the West 7th Street area.