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Quarterback Max Duggan looks to throw the ball against Louisiana Tech

TCU’s football season has come to an end due to COVID-19

The Mercari Texas Bowl has been canceled.

TCU Rangers and signature Frog Horn still heard loud and clear amid COVID-19

The TCU Rangers remain in charge of generating an energetic atmosphere, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greek

Two sorority chapters to quarantine for two weeks

Members of Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi are required to quarantine for 14 days.

Former Fort Worth, TCU Police Department officer dies of COVID-19 and on-duty injury complications

Friends and family reminisce a long-time Fort Worth police officer who left behind a legacy of positivity.

Stadium capacity capped around 25% for football games

Leaders from departments across TCU talked about sustainability, safety and justice in a town hall meeting Thursday.

CDC releases guidelines for a safe Halloween amid COVID-19

A Saturday Halloween was bound to bring out the trick-or-treaters in years past, but this year concerns and protocols about COVID-19 may scare them away.
TCU students cheer for the football team.

Student COVID-19 cases near zero as semester reaches midpoint

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Kathy Cavins-Tull attributed the decline to university testing protocols and student behavior.
Banners welcome students back to the TCU campus.

TCU expects $90 million shortfall to budget

The university is expecting a $90 million shortfall to its operating budget due to the effects of COVID-19 and increases in financial aid.

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.

TCU student tests positive for COVID-19 twice

Mary Price Montagnet contracted COVID-19 twice this semester and said other people could too if they aren't careful.
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