This week on TCU News Now: the first round of the NFL Draft picks up two of the school's most elite players; the new FDA warning about a malaria drug used to fight COVID-19; and when students will finally be able to move out of their dorms.
This week on TCU News Now: how Texas Gov. Greg Abbott plans to re-open the state; an easy way to make your own face coverings at home; and how people all over the U.S. are helping our frontline workers.
On this episode of TCU News Now: How COVID-19 is impacting Easter; what some small companies are doing to stay in business; and a TCU alumna stepping up to help fight the pandemic.
The first case of COVID-19 on campus; problems at the grocery stores; and the best way to slow the spread of the virus.
An update on commencement, new numbers on COVID-19 and the song that's making a comeback for a good cause.
Results from Super Tuesday: who's in, who's out and what comes next. Also, fallout from the coronavirus outbreak is growing. How health officials and TCU are keeping people safe.
New warnings from the CDC on the coronavirus outbreak and getting ready for the primaries on Mar. 3.
This week on TCU News Now, TCU has announced the new dean of the AddRan College of Liberal Arts and an update on all things TCU athletics.
This week on TCU News Now, a medical milestone that's putting TCU doctors on the map, and how TCU is paying tribute to Black History month.
In this episode of TCU News Now, a new update in the lawsuit against TCU Honors Dean and the latest on Trump's impeachment trial.