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Monday, June 27, 2022


Some background on what makes TCU special and some important tips for first-year students.

The Saarloos mentality: The long road from player to newest coach for TCU baseball

Before TCU baseball's Head Coach Kirk Saarloos coached baseball, he played it. He fell in love not only with the game, but also with every little thing that went into practice, both physically and mentally.

Ready to launch: Students create app to make meteorite gallery more inclusive

Students in the computer science capstone course designed an app to help visually impaired visitors navigate the Monnig Meteorite Gallery at TCU.
Downtown Fort Worth

The city beat: Fort Worth, Texas

This is the first of an ongoing series of articles examining issues facing Fort Worth. The stories were reported and written by students in JOUR 30204. Working in teams, students explore issues through the Fault Lines of class, generation, geography, gender, sexual orientation and race.

Gen Z: An in-depth look at the generation as it comes of age

This report was compiled using reporting done by students enrolled in JOUR 40643 summer semester 2021 for Image Magazine's Spring 2022 issue.

Second Annual Reconciliation Day event to recognize TCU’s hidden figures

Second annual Reconciliation Day plans to acknowledge TCU's history with racism and slavery and celebrate steps toward reconciliation.

Froggie 5-0 considers, tests new changes in preparation for the fall

Students may not be able to use Froggie 5-0 for a convenient trip across campus starting in the fall of 2022.

Don’t press send: Cyber ‘sextortion’ of students becoming more common at TCU

TCU Police are reporting an uptick in cyber blackmail cases among students.

Four students bring their NIL business to TCU

A group project blossomed into a new startup in the NIL business leading to multiple partnerships with TCU athletes.

Creating to cope: Local Ukrainian potters use their works to help their homeland, cope...

They watched from Flower Mound as major cities crumpled into ruins and millions of Ukrainians became refugees. They didn't just want to standby.
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