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Friday, March 5, 2021

Environmental spotlight: Explaining the twin threats facing shark and ray populations worldwide

Global shark and ray populations have plummeted 71% in the past 50 years as overfishing increased 18-fold.

University Recreation and Wellness Promotion Centers support students amid COVID-19

The rec center is asking students to practice hygiene and self-assessment.
A TCU Band member plays the clarinet through her mask during a TCU Football game.

TCU 360 staff win awards at the Fall National College Media Convention

A photographer and a reporter received ACP Best of Show awards.

TCU alumna shares her story as a survivor of breast cancer

Haleigh Curlee was pronounced cancer free in July and wants to help educate others during breast cancer awareness month.

TCU’s Food Recovery Network is unable to deliver food amid COVID-19

TCU's Food Recovery Network can no longer deliver food to local homeless shelters due to COVID-19 protocols.

Lights Out Texas: Darkened skies protect migratory birds this fall

Light pollution is the third-largest cause of death for North American birds.

Fort Worth Zoo re-opens with new protocols

Some changes have been put in place to try and keep guests safe while still letting them enjoy the park.

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

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.

More than a game: Volleyball works to make a difference through ‘equality’ patches

The Frogs are looking to use their platform to promote change.

Soccer season opener goes to 2OT, ends in a tie against Baylor

Goalie Emily Alvarado recorded her 14th career shutout.
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