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Jacob Hook

Jake Hook is a senior sports broadcasting major and journalism minor from Louisville, Kentucky. He has worked as a journalist and broadcaster for the Pierre Trappers baseball team, and he has worked for over three years in sports radio as a producer and show host. When he is not working, Jake is busy consuming all kinds of sports, spending money he does not have or getting frustrated while trying to learn the guitar.

Australians find athletic, academic home at TCU

After leaving home in Australia, Ella Hellesey and Maddi Puli have both found a new home here at TCU on the women's basketball team.

On-campus a cappella group offers performance opportunity and community

Here Comes Treble provides a place for women on campus to sing and create great friendships.

Women’s basketball hungry for NCAA tournament appearance

The TCU women's basketball team enters the year with big holes to fill but plenty of senior leadership to rely on.

Horned Frogs in the NFL

Take a look at how these 18 former Horned Frogs are performing in the NFL through four weeks of the 2019 season.

Great places to eat around TCU’s campus

Here is a list of some of the best restaurants in Fort Worth.

Doomsday art exhibition inspires students in debut

The TCU Art Galleries presented a doomsday art exhibition that featured paintings, sculptures and an end of the world survival trailer on Friday.

‘End of the world’ art exhibit coming to TCU

The Art Galleries at TCU welcomes Buster Graybill's exhibition that features sculptures, paintings and a doomsday trailer this Friday.

Saby Sahoo’s tumultuous journey to TCU

Saby Sahoo began 2014 as a TCU tennis commit, but a torn ACL took him on new path.

How to deal with stress during final exam week

Finals week is upcoming, but there are ways to handle the added stress.

What we’re reading: Mueller report reviewed and analyzed

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from “CNN” to “NPR.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and everyday news. Today, we’ve got the release and analysis of the redacted Mueller report, a fifth grade South Carolina student’s death ruling, McDonalds announcing a streamlining of their menu, Hurricane Michael getting re-categorized as a Category 5 hurricane, Joe Biden announcing his presidential candidacy soon and a New York judge upholding a mandatory measles vaccination.
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