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Friday, July 30, 2021

TCU Rangers and signature Frog Horn still heard loud and clear amid COVID-19

The TCU Rangers remain in charge of generating an energetic atmosphere, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

King Hall flood caused by damaged bolt in water line

After nearly a month of repairs following the flood, residents of King Hall have moved back into their rooms.

National Night Out encourages community cooperation to curb crime

TCU police officers used National Night Out as a forum to engage students.

Female co-authors tell students how to shift into high gear

Co-authors gave advice on how to help students get hired after graduation.

What we’re reading: Buttigieg drops out of the race and COVID-19 continues to spread...

The first two deaths from COVID-19 were confirmed in the US over the weekend.

New parking garage to open in September

The new parking garage that will occupy much of what was formerly Lot 5 will remain empty until the first week of September.

Annual TCU Day of Service is held amid COVID-19

TCU Day of Service went on despite COVID-19. In-person and virtual service options were provided for students.

Update: Three confirmed cases of mumps at TCU

There is now three confirmed cases of the mumps in the TCU community.

Texas Secretary of State speaks to students about voting

The Texas Secretary of State met with students Wednesday to talk about his experience in politics as well as the importance of voting.

TCU volleyball defeats Kansas State; snaps seven-game losing streak

TCU earns its second victory over a top 15 ranked team.
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