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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

FTDM offers new topics in production course on podcasting

A new podcasting class at TCU introduces students to the growing industry and allows them to develop their own podcasts.

Pre-health student launches exercise program 4HerHealth

The group aims to support women's health by covering topics such as nutrition and mental and physical health.
Moudy building

TCU Schieffer alumni discuss changing times after COVID-19

Schieffer alumni gathered in a virtual career panel for a Q&A to answer students questions about the future of the workplace.

Funky Town Fridge: an act of community solidarity

TCU is hosting a food drive to benefit Funky Town Fridge, a food bank with a spin.

What We’re Reading: Federal judge rules on Texas’ mask mandate ban, Biden to sign...

Federal judge overturns Texas mask mandate ban, booster shot availability and more of what we're reading.
M. E. Sadler Hall

Sadler Hall construction means a home for the Honors College

Sadler Hall is under construction to house the John V. Roach Honors College and more, with completion scheduled for January 2023.

The power of Bingo brings the community together

Four students created a club that bridges the gap between TCU students and the Fort Worth community experiencing homelessness.
The Chambers is where SGA and Faculty Senate convene for their meetings.

Faculty Senate discusses changes to TCU mission statement

TCU is reviewing proposed changes to its mission statement for reaccreditation purposes.

TCU recognized as Tree Campus USA by Arbor Day Foundation

TCU's dedication to its 3,200 trees on campus was recognized by the Arbor Day Foundation for the fifth consecutive year.

Veterans Resource Center is home for many Horned Frog veterans

Our Horned Frog veterans were honored on campus in November.
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