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Corinne Hildebrandt

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Corinne Hildebrandt is a sophomore journalism major and sociology minor from Wayne, Illinois. She enjoys staying active and has a difficult time sitting still for long periods of time. When she's not reporting, Corinne is most likely on the go exploring the many restaurants (and ice cream shops) that Fort Worth has to offer.

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TCU, SMU face off in Dance Marathon challenge

The TCU and SMU Dance Marathon teams competed in their own version of the Iron Skillet.

Two brothers strengthen relationship through music

Two brothers who set off on different musical paths unite through their journey of faith to create a worship album.

Students join TCU Better Together for a night of community service

Students teamed up with the TCU Better Together campus interfaith group to make sandwiches for a local homeless shelter.

Alpha Omicron Pi continues the fight against arthritis

Students gathered in the commons Wednesday to compete in Alpha Omicron Pi's annual philanthropy event Sink-Out Arthritis.

Panhellenic women plan service trip to Nepal next year

Sixteen sorority women from TCU's Panhellenic community will be trekking to Nepal next January to spread awareness for education and women empowerment.

Honors Ambassador applications open this week

Honors students looking to serve as a mentor for prospective students can now apply for the Honors College Ambassadors Program.

TCU Food Recovery Network works to minimize campus waste

Students living in TCU's Worth Hills are joining the movement toward creating a more sustainable environment.

Frogs First applications to close next week

TCU’s First Year Experience coordinator is looking for students committed to helping incoming students.

TCU ramping up anti-hazing efforts for the new semester

TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life is working closely with students to continue to build a positive Greek culture on campus.

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