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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Environmental spotlight: Explaining the twin threats facing shark and ray populations worldwide

Global shark and ray populations have plummeted 71% in the past 50 years as overfishing increased 18-fold.

TCU employee dies of complications related to COVID-19

"Jose" Adalberto Cruz-Hurtado worked along side his wife and two oldest children.

TCU fraternity on probation after investigation into car crash

Lambda Chi Alpha was found in violation of TCU's hazing code of conduct and placed on probation through the end of the year.
Tom Brown Pete Wright Dormitory

On-campus housing applications for fall 2021 to open soon for current students

The housing application opens in February for current students.

Organizations fight hunger on local and national levels

The final installment of the hunger in America series looks at how organizations in Fort Worth and beyond are battling hunger.

The demographics and economics behind hunger

Part 2 of TCU360's series on hunger looks at the demographics and economics behind hunger.

How the pandemic has affected the strategies of fighting hunger

A collaborative project from JOUR 30204 035/065 students looks at the issue of Hunger in America.
Scharbauer Hall

Judge won’t throw out claim that TCU officials were indifferent to discrimination

The judge dismissed most of the claims against TCU and university officials in the lawsuit, but upheld some allegations of discrimination.

Landing zones to remain on campus for spring semester

The zones provide a different place for students to study amid some pandemic restrictions.

TCU expands campus testing sites for spring semester

A TCU-only testing site will be opened in the university union by Curative on January 12.
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