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The109: where you can and can’t open carry around TCU

Many businesses in the TCU area are still undecided on whether or not customers will be able to open carry guns.

IFC working on mandatory leadership program

A new program in the works would require men who want to join the Greek community to attend a day-long leadership seminar.

Chancellor speaks on COVID-19 regulations at town hall meeting

Chancellor Boschini spoke on the possibility of changes in COVID-19 regulations at TCU during the town hall meeting on Oct. 28.

First-year experience at TCU

How Frog Camp and Frog's First plan on revamping this summer and fall. Plus some tips on adjusting to dorm-life and eating healthy on-campus.

Case of rubella confirmed at TCU

The TCU director of health services told students not to worry too much about a student contracting rubella

Martin Luther King Jr. visited Fort Worth thanks to first African-American female graduate of...

Vada Felder broke barriers and helped lead the fight for Civil Rights in Fort Worth.
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TCU Student Media earns recognition from Texas APME Awards

TCU placed in seven Texas Associated Press Managing Editors categories for Class A: three first place, two second place, one third place and one honorable mention for work done during 2020.

TCU student is an internationally known ‘cheerlebrity’

TCU cheerleader has five times the amount of Twitter followers as senior quarterback Trevone Boykin and double the amount of TCU football head coach Gary Patterson due to her status as a "cheerlebrity."

Erma Lowe’s porch construction not affecting dance rehearsals

Dance majors say the construction outside of Erma Lowe Hall isn't affecting their dance rehearsals.

Taking in pets increases amid pandemic

Many people are taking in pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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