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Saturday, May 15, 2021

TCU students experience earthquake in Washington D.C. area

When Tuesday’s earthquake struck the east coast, senior news-editorial major Marshall Doig thought it just was a train going by the POLITICO building he...

What it’s like to wait in line for In-N-Out Burger

​TCU 360 editor-in-chief waited in line for more than two hours to get In-N-Out Burger. Not only was it tasty, but it was entertaining....

In-N-Out to open West Seventh location Thursday

The number of TCU students from California has doubled in the last five years, according to the TCU Fact Book. Very soon, they’ll have...

TCU Wesley Foundation prepares to build community garden

“First-year crops don’t usually turn out well.” Rev. Megan Davidson says this simple phrase to explain why giving out carrots from the TCU Wesley Foundation...

City approves off-campus parking lot for TCU

The Fort Worth Board of Adjustment voted unanimously Wednesday afternoon to approve the four variances and one special exception needed for TCU to build...

Price defeats alumnus Jim Lane in mayoral runoff

After an additional month of campaign for the two mayoral candidates, former Tarrant County tax assessor-collector Betsy Price was elected the new mayor of...

New parking lot proposed at neighborhood association meeting

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Don Mills, met with the Frisco Heights Neighborhood Association Wednesday night to discuss plans for a parking lot on...

Last-minute movement trying to save Ridglea Theater

On the west side of Fort Worth, the Ridglea Theater used to be the place to go to see a movie, take a date...
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