Elizabeth Campbell

Elizabeth Campbell is executive editor of TCU 360 and a senior journalism and political science double major. When not in the newsroom, she's thinking about the news while probably watching TCU football or being a history nerd. Send her a tip if you have a story to share!

Dee J. Kelly remembered

TCU flags will be lowered to half staff tomorrow in honor of beloved Horned Frog Dee J. Kelly.

Live Coverage: SGA votes on campus carry resolution

The House of Student Representatives is set to vote today on a campus carry resolution which will be sent to the Board of Trustees. This resolution will represent the opinion of the student body regarding campus carry.

No plans to expand student section this season

Despite students' concerns there is no plan to expand the student section in the Amon G. Carter Stadium.

Live coverage: SGA discusses campus carry

The SGA is set to propose a formal resolution on their stance for Campus Carry. Join TCU 360 for a live stream and blog of the House meeting.

SGA wants student opinion on campus carry debate

The Student Government Association is sending out a poll Monday via email to get students' opinions on the campus carry issue.

Suspended football players could face up to 20 years in jail

Follow the timeline of events surrounding the robbery two football players have been arrested over.

Live Blog: SGA Meeting 9/22

The House of Student Representatives is set to discuss House Bill 102-2 which would provide funds for a recycling bin in the chambers.

Police suspected TCU players in assault almost immediately

Arrest warrant affidavits released Monday night detail the stories of the victims and suspects of the off-campus assault and robbery.

SGA swears in Class of 2019 reps, looks to fill remaining...

House of Student Representatives looks to fill the remaining House seats after swearing in new Class of 2019 representatives.

SGA hopes new budget plan will help students spend more

The Student Government Association has revamped its budgeting process in an effort to encourage student organizations to exhaust the $70,000 set aside for programming this semester.

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