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Friday, September 24, 2021

“Hope and Healing” only part of what Religious and Spiritual Life does

Religious and Spiritual Life is open for people of all faiths

OPINION: Campus has a lot to offer

Not everyone is able to study abroad during their years at TCU. Junior nutrition major Lindsay Garrison shares the perks of staying on campus.

Students get creative navigating east side of campus

When students left for summer break, construction on the east side of campus was just beginning with the clearing of land behind Moudy North....

TCU extends pass/no credit deadline to May 15

There have been many changes to the policy for the spring 2020 semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frog Fountain on The Commons

Chancellor announces early start date for fall semester

Classes will begin Aug. 17, and the university will forgo Labor Day and fall break to finish the semester before Thanksgiving.

UPDATE: Student affairs wants to ‘encourage good judgement’ following hazing arrests

Reports say Barksdale and Walker forced Kappa Sigma pledges to eat expired guacamole and take 15 drinks of vodka.

TCU considering on-campus centralized testing center

Pros and cons of a centralized testing center have been discussed at TCU for several years.

Meet Diane Snow, new dean of the John V. Roach Honors College

The new dean of the John V. Roach Honors College has plans for the college.

Hot bats and strong pitching propel Frogs to a 12-1 win

The No. 1 Horned Frogs baseball team was clicking on all cylinders as they took game two against Penn State 12-1 on Saturday.
Photo: Hunter Geisel/TCU 360

Spring break extended, classes move to online

All classes will resume online March 23 and remain online until at least April 3.
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