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Grace Amiss

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Grace Amiss is a junior journalism major and managing editor for TCU360. When she is not reporting she is most likely raving about her four-year-old golden retriever or taking a spin class. Grace is currently writing about student life at TCU, so feel free to drop her a line if you come across a story you feel is worth sharing!

Tips on offering servings of politics and opinions at the holiday...

Whether you’re headed home for the holidays or surrounded by people who actively voice an opinion different than your own, there is no doubt that having conversations about sensitive subjects can be challenging.

What we’re reading: There’s a first for everything

Today we’ve got an update on the Arizona Senate race, a new candidate for the 2020 presidency and an update on the California fire. 

Every vote counts this midterm season

Fort Worth voters share what brought them to the polls this midterm election.

What we’re reading: The return of Clinton…maybe

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from “ABC News” to “BBC News.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace...

Course for Spanish speaking employees doubles in size

A program that teaches English to its Spanish speaking staff has doubled in size since last year. 

Yard signs: A throwback in the digital age

Social media sites have seemingly been littered with partisan posts from friends and family as they advocate for candidates, but some people still rely on yard signs to do the job. 

What We’re Reading: Pop-stars and politics

Today we're reading about Stormy Daniel's tell-all book on Trump, Taylor Swift's political views and how a terrible disease is affecting citizens of Minnesota.

Tips and tricks on how to travel with ease

TCU students unveil their candid tips and tricks on the best ways to pack for fall break, including how to save money and the best ways to fit more items in your suitcase.

What we’re reading: Actions have consequences

Today, we’ve got an update on Botham Shem, a second world summit and the fate of a two-headed snake.

FDA fears new generation of nicotine addicts, blames e-cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes are advertised as a way to help adult smokers — however, it's leading young adults to become addicted to nicotine.

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