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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Fort Worth votes to increase the police budget, add more unarmed...

While Texas cities such as Dallas and Austin are shifting money away from police in their next fiscal budget, Fort Worth will increase spending by 2% to $272 million from $267 million.

Panhellenic sorority loses its charter

Alpha Omicron Pi has lost its charter to be an organization on TCU's campus.
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TCU fashion students adjust to a fashion industry changed by COVID-19

TCU fashion merchandising students are exploring new ways to succeed in the fashion industry.
The Brown-Lupton University Union.

TCU announces modified spring break, condensed semester to reduce travel

A traditional spring break has been replaced with a three-day "on-campus spring refresh" for students and faculty.
clothing on a rack at eco-fashion store Tribe Alive

Second-Hand September: Clothing outlets encourage eco-friendly fashion

Fast fashion harms workers and drains environmental resources, but sustainability is trending.

Big 12 football kicks off season

Seven of the Big 12's ten teams played their first games of the season last weekend.

$25 million donated to the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine

The endowment from Anne Marion and the Burnett Foundation was given in support of the Lead On campaign.

Honors College begins to see change in student application pool

TCU's John V. Roach Honors College application process favors essays over test scores and GPAs.

National Finals Rodeo heads to Globe Life Field this December

The event is heading to DFW because of a statewide ordinance allowing fans to attend.

What we’re reading: Trump rebukes CDC director, Federal Reserve expects interest...

Trump rebukes COVID-19 guidelines, and the Federal Reserve expects interest rates will remain near zero until late 2023.
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