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JD is a journalism major at TCU from Maui, HI. When he isn't too busy studying, he's jamming out or daydreaming about sunset surf sessions.

From public health to politics: has an end come for vaccine...

TCU political science professors shared their thoughts on how the TCU community has and will react to COVID-19 mandates.
Scharbauer Hall

Judge dismisses more discrimination claims based on a statute of limitations

U.S. Chief District Judge Barbara Lynn dismisses several discrimination claims against TCU in the latest on the Jane Doe lawsuit against Texas Christian University.

The ‘whirlwind’ of TCU football’s conference realignments

The Frogs are known for having one of the craziest conference hopping stories in college sports history.
Fashion Merchandising students work on their mannequin display

Faculty Senate talks COVID-19 mandates in first meeting of the semester

Faculty Senate discuss fall spike, mask and vaccine mandates and testing shortfalls in their first meeting of the 2021-2022 academic years.
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TCU Student Media earns recognition from Texas APME Awards

TCU placed in seven Texas Associated Press Managing Editors categories for Class A: three first place, two second place, one third place and one honorable mention for work done during 2020.
Team 516 of TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), the highest a TCU team has ever placed. The second-place finish came with an award of $2,500. (Courtesy photo)

TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest...

TCU's National Student Advertising Team placed second in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), which is the highest a TCU team has ever placed. The second-place finish came with an award of $2,500.

Former Fort Worth, TCU Police Department officer dies of COVID-19 and...

Friends and family reminisce a long-time Fort Worth police officer who left behind a legacy of positivity.

Students react to guilty verdict in Chauvin trial

Students react to the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin Tuesday.

Paddle-out in Maui honors Floyd, other black lives

People in Maui participated in a paddle-out to honor those killed in acts of racism or police brutality.

Living on campus during a pandemic

Multiple TCU students are still on campus living in university housing amid safety concerns about traveling home during the coronavirus pandemic.
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