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Dr. Mike Slattery posed with a black rhino darted for DNA sampling and ID tagging. (Photo courtesy of Mike Slattery)

Dr. Mike Slattery: The man behind TCU’s Rhino Initiative

By Laura BelpedioPublished December 11, 2016

There are people who talk about protecting and sustaining a healthy environment, and then there are people like Dr. Mike Slattery -- individuals who devote their life to improving the environment. One...

TCU falls to Kansas State in its last regular game of the season, 30-6. (Photo credit: TCU 360 staff photographer: Sam Bruton)

TCU suffers a letdown against Kansas State, 30-6

By Garrett PodellPublished December 3, 2016

TCU came up short on Senior Day against Kansas State. TCU now has a 5-5 split in the all-time series with KSU, with a slight 3-2 edge in Fort Worth. Here are five things to know about the battle on...

TCU trails Kansas State at the half, 10-6. (Photo credit: TCU staff photographer: Sam Bruton)

Support for seniors on Senior Day

By Kacey BowenPublished December 3, 2016

With a high of 52 degrees and a 90 percent chance of rain, fans for Saturday's game against Kansas State didn't face the best odds. But, many showed up, decked out in TCU purple, ready to show their...

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...

Performance art piece by Sam Granado for the Feminist Concepts and Strategies studio art class (photo courtesy of Rachel Livedalen).

Studio art class sparks feminist conversation

By Makenzie StalloPublished December 2, 2016

A studio art class is letting art spark conversations about gender and feminism on campus. The class is a special topics course called Feminist Concepts and Strategies taught by Assistant Professor...

 Purple and white lights make the BLUU sparkle.  Snowflakes are projected onto the building for the evening but the lights stay on through winter nights.  (Sam Bruton/TCU Staff Photographer)

TCU Christmas tree lighting 2016

By Jocelyn SittonPublished November 30, 2016

TCU students will breathe deep to fight lung cancer

TCU students will breathe deep to fight lung cancer

By Makenzie StalloPublished November 21, 2016

It’s been four years since Sabrina Harb’s father died. She was beginning her senior year in high school and her father was living nearly four years longer than doctors predicted after being...

Caitlyn Rollins and Sydney Green accepted the award from PRSSA in Indianapolis. (Photo courtesy of Sydney Green)

Roxo wins award for “Best Tactic” on the national stage

By Sam BrutonPublished November 2, 2016

Team members of Roxo,the student-run advertising and public relations agency housed in TCU’s Bob Schieffer College of Communication, accepted an award last week for “Best Tactic” on their work for...

Yoga practicing families become a part of FW film history

Yoga practicing families become a part of FW film history

By Luke MorandPublished November 2, 2016

Imagine Fort Worth back in the day when cowboys and horses ruled the streets of the stockyards. Now, imagine the city transformed into a Mexico city prison. How about Fort Worth in the year 2274...

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...

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...

Fans dressed up as Luke to celebrate their free coffee. (Courtesy: Valerie Gozzo).

Netflix brings “Gilmore Girls” coffee shop to Fort Worth

By Colleen MortellPublished October 5, 2016

Today, the coffee shop from the hit series "Girlmore Girls" came to life as fans lined up to get a chance to step inside. By 7:30 Wednesday morning more than 150 people had lined up at Fort Worth’s...

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