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Sunday, January 16, 2022

What we’re reading: DOJ sues Texas, US diplomats boycotting Winter Olympics

U.S. diplomats to boycott 2022 Winter Olympics over genocide, DOJ sues Texas over discriminatory voting maps, and more.

Sophomores scramble to find off-campus housing

With a large first-year class pushing them off-campus, sophomores may feel pressure to sign a lease earlier than necessary.
The Harrison Administration Building

New leadership on campus is around the corner

The search for a president will resume in the spring.

What We’re Reading: Deadly school shooting takes place in Michigan, U.S. confirms first omicron...

15-year-old kills four students in deadliest school shooting of 2021 Biden extends travel mask mandate after arrival of omicron and more

Good Street Baptist Church provides good service during the holidays

Good Street Baptist Church has continued to evolve and redesign their services in the midst of a pandemic.

TCU Christmas tree lighting returns to campus

First-years and sophomores experienced the TCU tradition for the first time this year.

A closer look: Texas’ oldest museum renews with art from the past

The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum is the oldest museum in Texas and offers a discount for students.
tcu fountains

Final judgment disposes of all claims in discrimination lawsuit

The judge ruled that TCU won't be held liable for claims made against them.

TCU basketball splits games in SoCal Challenge

Head coach Jamie Dixon earned his 100th win with the Frogs.

TCU Food Recovery Network resumes deliveries to Fort Worth community

Student volunteers will recover more than 3,000 pounds of food from campus dining halls to feed people who are food insecure.
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