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Friday, July 30, 2021

Alumni, students disappointed in virtual commencement

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

Stadium capacity capped around 25% for football games

Leaders from departments across TCU talked about sustainability, safety and justice in a town hall meeting Thursday.

Class of 2020 invited to graduate in May 2021

The chancellor invited the class of 2020 to participate in the spring commencement.
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.
Frog Statue by Reed and Scharbauer Hall

Judge reverses international student policy

International students will be able to stay in the U.S. even if they are taking all classes online.
Employees leave the Tyson plant in Logansport, Indiana.

Tyson Fresh Meats plant leads to a spike in COVID-19 cases in one county

Cass County sits in Indiana's corn belt, where acres of black dirt house row upon row of corn and soybeans. But this year, spring planting was eclipsed by the novel coronavirus.

Nebraska meatpacking workers vulnerable to COVID-19

Workers in the plants have been especially hard hit by COVID-19. While the numbers are declining, an examination of the state’s spring outbreak reveals a different story.  
Tables and chairs remain empty outside the Mary Couts Burnett Library.

Faculty opt to move 54% of classes online in the fall

Staff and faculty are continuing to voice their decisions on teaching class in-person or virtually.

Seniors talk about canceled commencement

Chancellor Victor Boschini announced the changes in an email Monday.

Black, Latinx communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19

Black and Latinx communities in the U.S. are experiencing more cases, deaths, and fewer recoveries than affluent white communities.
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