Benton McDonald

Benton McDonald is a junior journalism and political science double major from Austin, Texas. He has worked for TCU360 since his freshman year and is currently the executive editor of Politifrog, covering local, state, and national politics and their relation to TCU.

Effort to add DEI to the core curriculum moves to Faculty...

The proposal garnered the approval of the Student Government Association last week and will be presented to the Faculty Senate Thursday.

Cheez-It Bowl gives seniors one more chance to play

A resilient Horned Frogs team will get the chance for a third straight win later this month in Phoenix.

Defense leads the way as football grabs crucial victory, 16-9

The team relied on their talent to overcome injuries on both sides of the ball and defeat Baylor on Saturday.

Women’s Basketball dominates in victory, 96-47

Senior Jordan Moore scored her 1,000th point as the team came together after the loss of first-year Yummy Morris' mother.

A focus on immigration fails to sway some Tarrant County voters

The politicalization of an approaching migrant caravan doesn't seem to have affected how some Tarrant County citizens voted Tuesday.

Women’s basketball looks to build on deep postseason run

The team is coming off of their most wins since 2007-08 and returns all five starters from a semifinals appearance in the WNIT.

Athletics Weekend Roundup: equestrian triumphs, swim and dive falters, and women’s...

The women's golf team capped of their strong fall season with a second place finish at the Battle of the Beach to mark a strong weekend for TCU athletics.

TCU Athletics Weekend Roundup

The Rifle team continued their dominant ways while the Volleyball team was swept for the third time this season.

‘It’s on Us’ week shifts focus towards Greek community

The TCU Student Government Association held an open forum for Greek students to talk about sexual violence Thursday night as part of its annual "It's on Us" week.

Horned Frogs defense takes on biggest challenge yet

The team faces the Big 12's top offense when they take on No. 9 Oklahoma to conclude their three game homestand.

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