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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Frogs bleed pink for breast cancer awareness

About 2,000 people gathered in the campus commons Sunday afternoon to participate in the 6th annual Frogs for the Cure music video.

Second annual Fortress Fest comes to the Fort this weekend

North Texas' premiere music festival Fortress Festival is back April Saturday 28 and Sunday, April 29.

Report: Johnny Manziel’s ex fears for safety following possible assault

According to multiple reports, Manziel's ex-girlfriend, a TCU student, said Manziel threatened to kill her and himself in a Jan. 30 incident.

Update: Suspects in armed robbery near Foster Hall caught

The student was robbed of his wallet but is now safe.

Karyn Purvis, director of TCU Institute of Child Development, dies at 66

Purvis pioneered trust-based relational intervention and had a passion for working with "children in hard places."

Female student hit by car turning onto Bowie Street

Paramedics have taken the student to the hospital by ambulance.

TCU entrepreneurs learn to be their own boss

Three Horned Frogs are using their entrepreneurial spirit to turn their passions into a business.

TCU parking “horror stories”: Students recount their parking difficulties

These parking stories are majorly spooky and just in time for Halloween.

Trump and Clinton: Where are the campaign signs?

One strange phenomenon characterized this election season.

Philanthropy Week brings awareness to importance of donors

Philanthropy Week is a way for the TCU community to learn more about the importance of philanthropy and the act of donating.
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