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TCU News Now:Christmas Tree Lighting returns, and how a student organization gives back

This week on TCU News Now, a holiday tradition is brought back after a year missed, plus how to get involved in community service opportunities around campus.

TCU News Now: Texas abortion law reaches Supreme Court, COVID-19 and World Series

A look at the stories we are following this week: Texas' abortion law reaches the Supreme Court, COVID-19 global deaths reach five million and an update on the World Series.
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TCU News Now: Vaccines for children, TCU Gives Day

10/25/2021 A look at the developing stories we're following this week: vaccines for children, a new cannabis law and TCU Gives Day.
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TCU News Now 2/24/2021

This week on TCU News Now: TCU will be having an in-person graduation. Plus, how Governor Greg Abbott reacted to the resignation of ERCOT employees.

NewsNow Election Edition: 12:02 a.m.

NewsNow anchor Marissa Stacy will be going live hourly with election updates throughout the night.
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TCU News Now 9/23/2020

This week on News Now: an officer involved in the death of Breonna Taylor is charged; a TCU sorority loses its charter; and TCU QB Max Duggan is cleared for play.
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TCU News Now 9/16/2020

This week on TCU News Now: How TCU families in California are coping with wildfire season. Plus, nursing majors share concerns about COVID-19.
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TCU News Now 9/9/20

This week on TCU News Now: plans are announced for the 2021 spring semester; Gary Patterson addresses COVID-19 concerns on the football team; and a look at the wildfires raging across California.
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TCU News Now: Sept. 2, 2020

This week on TCU News Now: a look at a dip in COVID-19 cases on campus; administrators talk about plans for residence halls; SGA vice presidential candidates are headed to a runoff; and what students need to know to watch the first football game of the season at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
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News Now 4/3/20

The first case of COVID-19 on campus; problems at the grocery stores; and the best way to slow the spread of the virus.
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