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Tuesday, September 28, 2021
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Judge dismisses more discrimination claims based on a statute of limitations

U.S. Chief District Judge Barbara Lynn dismisses several discrimination claims against TCU in the latest on the Jane Doe lawsuit against Texas Christian University.

TCU iNaturalist project brings students closer to campus wildlife

More than 600 plant and animal species have been recorded on campus from TCU's iNaturalist project.

The Kimbell Art Museum offers involvement for TCU students

The Kimbell Art Museum prepares to open its first exhibit Oct. 17.

Fort Worth’s first community fridge program helps serve vulnerable neighborhoods

Funky Town Fridge has placed 3 community fridges in some of Fort Worth's hungriest neighborhoods

‘Liters for Life’ student campaign raises funds for global water crisis

Students from the Neeley Leadership Program at TCU created a fundraiser for the organization charity: water.

TCU social work majors go into the field to help support Fort Worth’s homeless

Some of the students intern with homeless agencies to help support and learn valuable skills for their careers.

Experts concerned about rise in Fort Worth’s homeless population as eviction moratorium nears end

The city saw a decrease in its homeless population this past year, but experts worry that it may rise again.

Second phase of Fort Worth Zoo renovation project to open in mid-April

The Fort Worth Zoo's master plan, A Wilder Vision, is set to open phase two on April 15.
TCU hosted a COVID-19 drive-thru vaccine clinic in the parking lots of the Amon G. Carter Stadium.

COVID-19 vaccination site at TCU opens for second weekend

The vaccination site is planning to remain open as long as it continues getting allocations of the COVID-19 vaccine.
TCU pipes are being repaired during the winter storm

TCU student has running water turned back on after nearly two weeks without it

A TCU student is among those who had water issues after February's record breaking cold storm.
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