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Student comes back to school for the Fall 2020 Semester.

Student cases decline, employee cases rise

Active student cases fell by about 200 as more students recovered from COVID-19.

TCU receives 100 more COVID-19 vaccines

There is no timeline on when TCU will receive its third shipment.

‘Ultimate’ college town left deserted amid COVID-19 pandemic

Boston is a city that has been hit very hard by COVID-19. Not only is it heavily populated in a small area, but it contains many colleges within the space as well, which have been forced to kick thousands of students out of dorms in a matter of days.

Lessons of perseverance

Two tragedies -- the Kent State shootings and COVID-19 --have bookended his academic life. Meet TCU’s outgoing dean of the AddRan College of Liberal Arts: Andrew Schoolmaster.
Students play corn hole in the Commons.

First-year students reflect on their first semester of college

Two first year-students talked about how they adapted to college while dealing with the pandemic

TCU faculty talk about managing a hybrid classroom

TCU faculty discuss the difficulties and benefits of conducting a hybrid classroom.

Two sorority chapters to quarantine for two weeks

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

Students lose job opportunities amid pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has created possibly the worst economy since the Great Depression, and college students are struggling to find and maintain a job.
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News Now 4/10/20

On this episode of TCU News Now: How COVID-19 is impacting Easter; what some small companies are doing to stay in business; and a TCU alumna stepping up to help fight the pandemic.
TCU asked students to avoid parties to be able to remain on campus for the entirety the semester. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU to students: Do not party

TCU asked students not to party as universities across the U.S. are moving to distance learning amid the pandemic.
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