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The Powwow: keeping a legacy alive

The Powwow: keeping a legacy alive

By Shane Manson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 30, 2024
The powwow originally referred to a healing ceremony conducted by tribal spiritual leaders. Now the powwow is a large group gathering and is one of the only ways that indigenous people can pass on historically endangered traditions.
Everything Coachella, Gypsy Rose files a restraining order and more The Golden Bachelor Drama

Everything Coachella, Gypsy Rose files a restraining order and more The Golden Bachelor Drama

By Jarrett Harding and Hanna Landa
Published Apr 19, 2024

Everything Coachella, Gypsy Rose files a restraining order and more The Golden Bachelor Drama? Welcome back to The Leap, your one-stop shop for pop culture news.

Doctors on the South Tower Lawn of Cook Children’s Hospital squeeze their eyes shut tight as they anticipate for buckets of slime to be poured on their heads in celebration of National Doctor’s Day. (Abbi Elston/Staff Photographer)

A slimy celebration for National Doctor’s Day at Cook Children’s Hospital

By Abbi Elston, Staff Writer
Published Apr 16, 2024
Commemorating National Doctors' Day, children got the opportunity to slime their doctors.
Atmos Energy trucks parked outside of Foster Hall Monday morning. Crews were on campus making repairs to a gas line behind Jarvis Hall.

All-clear issued after gas leak prompts evacuations of four campus buildings

By Lillie Davidson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 15, 2024
Students were advised to avoid the area surrounding Jarvis, Foster, Ed Landreth and Waits Halls.
Bingo in the Park members gather for a photo during their pumpkin painting activity. (Photo courtesy of Andrew Rietmann)

TCU organization spreads joy and community spirit

By Presley Walker, Staff Writer
Published Apr 8, 2024
Every Friday, a group of local homeless people and TCU students come together to share their testimonies, pray for one another and participate in three bingo rounds while enjoying hot coffee, fresh donuts and tacos.
Children from the INTAKE Native Instrument Academy during a program presented by HARMAN, Monday, March 16, 2015, in Stamford, Conn. Children are participating in todays activities to help them understand the music production process through hands on experience. (Jessica Hill/AP Images for HARMAN)

A Musical Metamorphosis

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Apr 3, 2024
AI is becoming more prevalent in the music industry. How is it affecting the artists we know and love?
Grace Morison welcomes everyone to the CASA Cook-off event on March 31, 2023. (Photo courtesy of Grace Morison)

TCU’s Kappa Alpha Theta prepares for annual CASA Cook-Off event

By Mac Walters, Staff Writer
Published Apr 1, 2024
Theta's annual cook-off raises money for Court Appointed Special Advocates and the best burger wins a prize.
The cranes for the Port of Baltimore are idle on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, as seen from Pasadena, Md. The container ship Dali, owned by Grace Ocean PTE, struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge closing the port to ship traffic. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

What we’re reading: latest on Baltimore bridge collapse and more

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Mar 27, 2024
Egg prices are on the rise due to an early Easter, former president Donald Trump attacked a judge on social media and more of what we're reading.
New Jersey first lady Tammy Murphy speaks to delegates in Paramus, N.J., Monday, March 4, 2024. Murphy has suspended her U.S. Senate campaign to replace Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., as he faces federal corruption charges. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

What we’re reading: Princess of Wales reveals cancer diagnosis and more

By Shalyn Minshew, Staff Writer
Published Mar 25, 2024
Kate Middleton reveals her diagnosis, Tammy Murphy drops out of Senate race and more of what we're reading.
FILE - U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands before their meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit meeting, Nov. 14, 2022, in Nusa Dua, in Bali, Indonesia. Just 40% of U.S. adults approve of how President Joe Biden is handling relations with China, a new poll shows, with a majority anxious about Beijings influence as the White House finds its agenda increasingly shaped by global rivalries. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

South Pacific’s role in national security

By Jordan Montgomery and Ella Funke
Published Mar 21, 2024
China aims to dominate the South Pacific through gaining control of shipping routes and island nations. The U.S. Department of Defense is forming a plan to provide energy to the countries of the territory that will simultaneously boost their economies.
Cuba President Miguel Diaz-Canel walks through the COP28 U.N. Climate Summit, Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

What we’re reading: Cuba blames U.S. for protests, congressman uses an expletive in hearing and more

By Ellie Griffin, Staff Writer
Published Mar 20, 2024
A Marvel film star is being sued for assault, a former Delta pilot has been sentenced to time in prison and more of what we're reading.
TCU womens basketball head coach Mark Campbell instructs players in a huddle. (Courtesy of gofrogs.com)

TCU women’s basketball open Big 12 tournament against Oklahoma State Friday

By Nick Girimonte, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2024
The Horned Frogs begin postseason play with Oklahoma State in the second round of the Big 12 Tournament.