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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Hall directors get creative to help students cope in isolation

When hall directors realized isolated students were struggling in isolation, they teamed up to create "busy bags."
Campus Commons

TCU has isolation rooms for students with COVID-19

TCU has designated isolation rooms in several residence halls set aside for students who test positive for COVID-19 but are unable to be in their own room.

How off-campus students are coping with their mental health

Off-campus students are finding new ways to cope with their mental health during this "new normal."

COVID-19 changes TCU students’ religious practices

TCU religious organizations and students' practice of religion is changing during COVID-19.

TCU faculty talk about managing a hybrid classroom

TCU faculty discuss the difficulties and benefits of conducting a hybrid classroom.
Mary Couts Burnett Library

Bistro Burnett shifts to Grubhub pickup only

The cafe in a corner of the Mary Couts Burnett Library is known for long lines and limited space.
Texas Christian University sign

Undergraduate international student population hits lowest level in over a decade

The coronavirus pandemic and immigration concerns have led to a decline in the amount of undergraduate international students this year.
A student studies in the library while wearing a face covering.

Students adjust to Zoom classroom challenges

Technical difficulties and a longing for face to face interaction are some of the challenges students are facing this semester.

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.
Students study in the library while wearing face coverings.

Mask mandate and other changes make studying more difficult for some...

Some students said that it is difficult to focus while wearing a mask.
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