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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

ZaLat Pizza overcomes COVID-19 challenges

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, one pizza place has seen an increase in sales.
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

A year without graduation

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

Tarrant County emergency shelters prepare for cold weather with reduced capacity

The shelters have been forced to reduce their capacity to accommodate social distancing guidelines amid the pandemic.

University Recreation and Wellness Promotion Centers support students amid COVID-19

The rec center is asking students to practice hygiene and self-assessment.

COVID-19 cases increase as semester comes to an end

TCU is offering free, rapid COVID-19 testing for all students before the semester ends.
Grandmarc Apartments

Hall director talks about the responsibilities of working at a residence hall during COVID-19

The GrandMarc hall director is still focused on making sure students they feel safe and welcome.

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.
TCU Circle of Excellence by Amon G. Carter Stadium

Some students with all online classes still returned to Fort Worth this year

Students said they wanted a change of scenery from their homes even though they would not be attending classes on campus.

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.
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