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Renee Umsted

Renee is a journalism major. She is dedicated to improving her journalism skills to effectively and ethically inform others.
A view of the Greek Village from the top of the Worth Hills parking garage.

Students fail to report positive COVID-19 cases

TCU has asked students to self-report positive test cases, but officials worry they are not sharing the results.

Two sorority chapters to quarantine for two weeks

Members of Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi are required to quarantine for 14 days.
TCU asked students to avoid parties to be able to remain on campus for the entirety the semester. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU to students: Do not party

TCU asked students not to party as universities across the U.S. are moving to distance learning amid the pandemic.

Professor dies of complications related to COVID-19

Professor of professional practice Robert Rhodes died Friday, according to an email sent by Provost Teresa Dahlberg.
Banners welcome students back to the TCU campus.

TCU expects $90 million shortfall to budget

The university is expecting a $90 million shortfall to its operating budget due to the effects of COVID-19 and increases in financial aid.
TCU students sign to show their support at the “End Racism” mural Aug. 7, 2020.

TCU football player sparks making of ‘End Racism’ mural

Members of the TCU community were invited to write their names on the "End Racism" mural.

Stadium capacity capped around 25% for football games

Leaders from departments across TCU talked about sustainability, safety and justice in a town hall meeting Thursday.
Flags at Sadler Hall.

TCU asks court to strike almost 29 pages from plaintiffs’ complaint

Lawyers for TCU are asking the court to strike more than 44 paragraphs from a complaint filed on behalf of Jane Does Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

Former employee wants TCU records on past discrimination claims

Ricardo Avitia, who worked in the registrar's office, is suing TCU for discrimination.

TCU cuts online course tuition for the fall

Chancellor Victor Boschini answered questions submitted by faculty and staff in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.
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