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Erin Ratigan

Erin Ratigan is a Headliners Foundation scholar and contributor to the "Fort Worth Weekly" news publication. She is a journalism major, sociology minor, and arts enthusiast.

Oh the places they’ll go: Seniors face challenges post-graduation

With graduation season in full swing, academic and career counselors have advice for graduating seniors.

Residents “deck the halls” for the holidays

Fort Worth residents have begun decorating for the holidays, some starting the day after Thanksgiving.

TCU to host annual turkey giveaway

The Tomlinson's Touching Lives Foundation and Albertans will join forces to distribute turkey dinners to families in need Nov. 18 on TCU Parking Lot 14.

“Man’s Best Friends” In Need at Fort Worth Animal Care and...

The Fort Worth Animal Shelter staff is pushing to increase adoptions during National Adoption Weekend.

House concert series brings music to Overton Woods

One Overton Woods couple brings music to the neighborhood by hosting intimate concerts in their home.

Sociology professor retiring after 37 years at TCU

Sociology professor Dr. Morrison Wong will take his leave in December after spending nearly half his life at TCU.

Visitors ogle art at ArtsGoggle

ArtsGoggle 2017 featured over 800 artists in a festival that spanned 18 blocks on Magnolia Avenue Saturday, Oct. 21.

Blessing of the Animals service returns after 6 year hiatus

For the first time since 2011 animal lovers on and off campus can have their non-human companions blessed outside Robert Carr Chapel Oct. 4.

Alumni learn the art of how to ‘whistle while you work’

TCU alumni working at Walt Disney World discuss their experiences with the Disney College Program.

Long road to recovery: Harvey through the eyes of FW Fire

After the flooding from Hurricane Harvey, Fort Worth Fire Engineer Mike Drivdahl describes devastation he witnessed in Lumberton, TX.
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