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Toni’s Toffee: A small business centered on women’s empowerment

Toni Yancer started her own toffee company, Toni’s Toffee, which is centered on women’s empowerment.

The power of Bingo brings the community together

Four students created a club that bridges the gap between TCU students and the Fort Worth community experiencing homelessness.

Spirit Halloween raises money for Fort Worth’s Cook Children’s hospital

Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department.

TCU students organize hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood...

TCU students organized a hair donation drive to raise awareness for childhood cancer and collect hair to be made into wigs.

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.
The City of Fort Worth’s main water line broke on TCU's campus on Nov. 23, 2020. The city of Fort Worth's water department has been contacted to assess the situation.

Fort Worth water main breaks on campus Monday

The break was described as "major" and causes some buildings to lose water access

TCU distributes 3,500 vaccines at annual flu clinic

TCU nursing students were still able to administer flu vaccines amid the pandemic.

What we’re reading: Disney layoffs, Tarrant County COVID-19 cases increasing

Disney plans to lay off 28,000 employees and COVID-19 cases in Tarrant County continue to rise.

Fort Worth votes to increase the police budget, add more unarmed...

While Texas cities such as Dallas and Austin are shifting money away from police in their next fiscal budget, Fort Worth will increase spending by 2% to $272 million from $267 million.

What we’re reading: Labor Day weekend sparks COVID-19 concerns, hundreds rescued...

COVID-19 cases may spike after many Americans held large gatherings this Labor Day weekend
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