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Friday, October 22, 2021

TCU Sports Documentary class releases ‘Remember the Alamo Bowl’

TCU Sports Documentary class releases 'Remember the Alamo Bowl' Friday at 3 p.m. in Moudy South Room 164.

Students react to Campus Carry

The debate over the Texas gun law reached the TCU campus on Thursday.

Student spreads ‘hope’ during time of uncertainty

Freddie Parce held a "sign" of hope to combat feelings of loneliness and worry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yoga practicing families become a part of FW film history

A TCU Child Development major uses a local park as inspiration for her next film.

Donation drive plans to help orphanages in China

TCU child development students are studying abroad this summer in China. They are having a donation drive to supply orphanages with needed resources.
Flags at Sadler Hall.

TCU asks court to strike almost 29 pages from plaintiffs’ complaint

Lawyers for TCU are asking the court to strike more than 44 paragraphs from a complaint filed on behalf of Jane Does Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

Fort Worth School Board approves funding to repair tracks at area middle schools

FWISD school board will repair several local middle schools' tracks in hopes to attract more members in the surrounding neighborhood.

Police: Mentally ill man who made threats against women arrested near UNTHSC

The man, who has a history of mental illness, was released from the hospital on Jan. 6 following a psychiatric evaluation.

Party brings Christmas cheer to Cook’s Children’s patients

The pre-health honor society’s partnership with Heroes for Children culminated in a Christmas party for families of children battling cancer.

Rwanda genocide panel highlights changing stigma of rape

The Rwandan Genocide panel brought students together on Thursday in an effort to raise global awareness.
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