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Saturday, October 16, 2021

TCU Student Body President leads with service and a smile

TCU Student Body President Lau'rent Honeycutt talks about his experience in the position so far, and what he hopes to do moving forward.

‘The Red Zone’ still exists in the COVID-19 age

Studies show the first 6 to ten weeks of a female student’s college career are her most susceptible to sexual assault or harassment.
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TCU News Now: Intercultural Center, new rideshare apps

Today on TCU News Now, a look at the Intercultural Center, plus new options for students without a car on campus.

Are you a rising junior? Doing this can land you full tuition for your...

The Excellence in Literary Fiction (ELF) scholarship that originated out of a love tale grants one winning applicant two full years of tuition for their junior and senior year.

Fort Worth “No Se Vende,” the reality local businesses fear

When driving around the South Side of Fort Worth, signs and murals speckle Hemphill Street reading “Hemphill No Se Vende”, which translates to “Hemphill Not For Sale”.

Working overtime: night classes become a new reality for most students

COVID makes night classes the norm for many students.

What we’re reading: Biden promises consequences for treatment of Haitian migrants, states with majority...

The president reacts to situations at the border, Apple releases the newest iPhone and more in what we're reading.
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COVID-19 test center shortages near TCU

The shortages are leaving students scrambling.

Students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by making lasting connections

Students celebrate their culture with the Hispanic Alumni Alliance in a kick-off event.

What we’re reading: FDA authorizes Pfizer booster for ages 65 and older, Trump calls...

FDA authorizes Pfizer booster, R. Kelly's five-week trial comes to an end, Trump calls for election audit in Texas and more in what we're reading.
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