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Thursday, October 1, 2020

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...

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.
clothing on a rack at eco-fashion store Tribe Alive

Second-Hand September: Clothing outlets encourage eco-friendly fashion

Fast fashion harms workers and drains environmental resources, but sustainability is trending.

Honors College begins to see change in student application pool

TCU's John V. Roach Honors College application process favors essays over test scores and GPAs.

California wildfires and their impact on TCU students

California wildfires are affecting TCU students in different ways.

COVID-19 sparks decline in business at Fort Worth restaurants and bars

COVID-19 has hurt the local food and beverage locations around the TCU campus.

YMCA to host virtual learning sites in Tarrant County

The Tarrant County YMCA launched a distance learning support program for students.

The faces behind Mask Up TCU

A student-initiated Instagram campaign is encouraging people to wear their masks.

Game on: Students can play intramural sports

TCU has adapted intramural sports to COVID-19 guidelines to give students a safe, on-campus opportunity.
A Race and Reconciliation sign was set up next to the Founders Statues.

Race and Reconciliation Initiative to research racism at TCU

The Race and Reconciliation Initiative held its first town hall meeting to discuss its mission and ways to create change.
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