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Boschini talks about how COVID-19 affects TCU

Chancellor Victor Boschini discusses the impact of COVID-19.

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.

Taking in pets increases amid pandemic

Many people are taking in pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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TCU News Now 4/17/20

This week on TCU News Now: how Texas Gov. Greg Abbott plans to re-open the state; an easy way to make your own face coverings at home; and how people all over the U.S. are helping our frontline workers.

Texas releases first demographic data on COVID-19 cases

The state released the racial makeup of more than 2,000 COVID-19 patients, a fraction of the total number of cases.
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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.

Virtual town hall with the Chancellor

The chancellor answered some questions from TCU students.

Delay of game: MLB players living in limbo during pandemic

While baseball fans are longing to return to the ballpark, some players and their families find themselves living in a limbo of sorts waiting for direction from health officials and the league.

Tracking COVID-19 Cases in Texas

TCU360 will be updating our interactive map each day with data from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

‘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.
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