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Students come back to school for the Fall 2020 Semester.

New ‘landing zones’ give TCU students a place to work

New 'landing zones' provide a safe and quiet atmosphere for students to study and attend their online classes, but are they getting much use?

Studying abroad during a pandemic

It took 12 hours to abandon the life I spent the past two months creating.

First-year students experience on-campus dining

One month into the school year, students are forming their opinions on TCU’s “touchless dining experience."

A year without graduation

The COVID-19 pandemic forced TCU to cancel in-person commencement for the first time in its history.

TCU and UNTHSC develop COVID-19 research group

TCU and UNTHSC joined forces with the city of Fort Worth to find a solution to COVID-19 and other inflammatory diseases.

Big 12 to continue with fall athletics

Chancellor Victor Boschini said the conference Board of Directors thinks sports can be conducted safely this fall.

TCU employee dies of complications related to COVID-19

"Jose" Adalberto Cruz-Hurtado worked along side his wife and two oldest children.
TCU students sign to show their support at the “End Racism” mural Aug. 7, 2020.

TCU football player sparks making of ‘End Racism’ mural

Members of the TCU community were invited to write their names on the "End Racism" mural.

Alumni, students disappointed in virtual commencement

TCU students and alumni were disappointed by the virtual commencement celebration.
South University Drive.

TCU won’t mandate entry testing when students return to campus

TCU is asking students to practice self-monitoring and prevention strategies in the 14 days before they return to campus.
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