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Friday, October 22, 2021

International Spring Banquet looks to highlight talent, culture

International and American students audition for a spot in the International Talent Show.

Lights Out Texas: Darkened skies protect migratory birds this fall

Light pollution is the third-largest cause of death for North American birds.
A Race and Reconciliation sign was set up next to the Founders Statues.

Race and Reconciliation Initiative begins study into TCU’s history

The initiative's first year will focus on Black Americans and TCU’s experiences with racism, slavery and the Confederacy.

TCU helps community ‘Outrun Trafficking’

The Outrun Trafficking team will run in the Cowtown Marathon to end modern slavery.

TCU police: More than 40 responses to stolen property notice

Detective Robert Rangel alerted the TCU community on Tuesday that Fort Worth police were looking for the owners of stolen property found near campus.

TCU police warn community after mentally ill man released

A man with a history of mental illness was detained near campus on Dec. 24 after threatening to dismember a woman.

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

Creating an organization at TCU: Difficult but rewarding

With determination and dedication, students can create organizations to fill gaps in the community.

Global health care summit held on campus

The global health care summit drew a crowd of more than 700 audience members and focused on the experience of five medical professionals.

Environmental spotlight: Explaining the twin threats facing shark and ray populations worldwide

Global shark and ray populations have plummeted 71% in the past 50 years as overfishing increased 18-fold.
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