News Now 1/15/20

This week on TCU News Now, the breakdown of last night's Democratic Debate and the latest on the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

Alum inspires current dancers to pursue their passions

Domingo Estrada always dreamt of being a mechanical engineer -- until he started dancing.

TCU fined, put on probation by NCAA for paying student-athletes for...

The school will be fined almost $50,000 dollars for their actions and placed on probation for a year.

Students create documentary on sex-trafficking in Fort Worth

A small group of students spent much of this semester tackling a topic that many students might be unaware of: human trafficking.

How a Fort Worth organization fights human trafficking

The Fort Worth-based organization works with people who have sexually exploited, as well as local refugee and homeless communities.

News Now 12/11/19

This week on TCU News Now, an update on the latest details regarding the Trump impeachment inquiry and what you need to know for this year's early flu season.

TCU Rhino Initiative Club gives voice to dwindling species

The TCU Rhino Initiative Club has started to raise awareness around campus about the rhino crisis.

Representing TCU admission in a smaller region

Caitlin Provost works as the regional director for an area that represents under 2 percent of TCU's population.

SGA funds parking counter for Lubbock lot

A new sign outside the lot on Lubbock Avenue shows commuters how many spots are available.

Bellaire Drive closed to pedestrian traffic

The closing of Bellaire Drive will cause pedestrians to find a different route around campus.
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