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TCU junior markets jewelry line through Instagram

TCU junior markets jewelry line through Instagram

By Taylor WirtzPublished February 7, 2017

When 21-year-old TCU student Victoria Doder left California for Texas, she didn’t realize just how much of home she brought with her. “My whole family went to school in California, and so seeing...

Photo courtesy of Sam Tippetts.

TCU’s first on-campus rock climbing competition to take place this weekend

By Brooke MorrissyPublished December 2, 2016

TCU’s rock climbing team is hosting its first climbing competition Sunday, Dec. 4. Participants will climb multiple new routes. Each route has points associated with it and more points are given...

Harrison Gillaspy, Froggie Five-0 nightly student supervisor beings his shift on Oct. 20.

Froggie Five-0 aims to protect students

By Tori KnoxPublished November 14, 2016

Harrison Gillaspy, Froggie Five-0 nightly student supervisor, begins his shift on Oct. 20. Froggie Five-0 drivers are employed by the TCU police department in an effort to keep unaccompanied students...

MULTIMEDIA: Current election results

MULTIMEDIA: Current election results

By Jocelyn SittonPublished November 8, 2016

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Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons).

Election Day is Tuesday

By Colleen MortellPublished November 7, 2016

  Voters will leave the polls and a new president will be chosen when the election cycle ends this Tuesday.  With a record 15 million registered voters, Texas is expecting a strong turnout...

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wears an I Voted, sticker after he voted Tuesday, June 2, 2015, in Mendham Township, N.J. A quiet primary season will wrap up as New Jersey voters head to the polls to pick Democratic and Republican candidates for Novembers Assembly election. Experts expect turnout to be quite low. In 1999, the last time Assembly races topped the ballot, only 6 percent of eligible voters went the polls in the primary,  fewer than 300,000 voted in that election. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)(AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Early voting ends today

By Nicole StrongPublished November 4, 2016

Friday afternoon is the last day Tarrant County voters can get the famous "I Voted" sticker before Election Day. Early voting began Monday, Oct. 24 and will officially end Friday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. Voters...

Raavi Baldota leads her free Bollywood cardio class demo at the rec center on Oct. 14, 2016.

Bollywood cardio class spreads cultural awareness

By Kaylee BowersPublished November 3, 2016

The University Recreation Center is only offering one specialty class this semester, and it’s never been done before, said Ryan Keller, the assistant director of fitness and wellness at the rec...

TCU students in Florence, Italy, cook during class. Photo courtesy of TCUs Center for International Studies: Study Abroad office.

Study abroad adds Rome and Madrid to semester programs

By Brooke MorrissyPublished October 17, 2016

TCU’s Center for International Studies: Study Abroad office is adding two new locations to the study abroad program. In the spring of 2017, students will be able to study abroad for a full semester...

LEAPS makes sites more relational

LEAPS makes sites more relational

By Meg HemmerlePublished October 14, 2016

LEAPS day of service is celebrating its 16th year on TCU’s campus Oct. 16, and this year the directors have revamped the program to make the sites more relational based. This year, there are 23 sites...

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Cardiac screening: To help or hurt?

By Molly JenkinsPublished October 13, 2016

North Texas high schools are investigating whether or not electrocardiography, or ECG, testing should be a standard of care for student athletes. Over 8,000 Keller and Richardson ISD high school...

Western culture in the Stockyards gives exposure to rising actor

Western culture in the Stockyards gives exposure to rising actor

By Chris RiosPublished October 12, 2016

The historic Stockyards in north Fort Worth is a hot spot for old Western culture in north Texas. David McKnight is an actor in an old Western gunfighting reenacting group known as the "Legends of...

Al Wahaibi with friends at a TCU football game

From Muscat to Fort Worth

By Kaylee BowersPublished October 12, 2016

Shaikha Al Wahaibi from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. Thinking of home for one TCU student brings pictures of bioluminescent water so bright that boats sometimes cross at night without their lights...

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