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Monday, October 18, 2021

Frogs finally take Morgantown: No. 11 TCU soccer finds a way against No. 21...

The No. 11 ranked Horned Frog soccer team took on No. 21 West Virginia in Morgantown on Thursday, and fought hard to come out on top.

Assistant vice chancellor for public safety reassures students after West 7th shootings

Some TCU students express concerns about traveling to West 7th Street after two unrelated and early morning shootings occurred last month.

Take a step back: Johnston’s career day can’t make up for poor showing by...

The Frogs gave up 525 yards to the Oklahoma offense.
Students study out on the Commons.

Fall Break returns to TCU, giving students much-needed rest

Students said they will use the break to mentally refresh and catch up on coursework.

Leaving a legacy: Dennison sets all-time digs record, TCU volleyball splits series with OU

The TCU libero used her COVID-19 eligibility to return for a fifth season this fall.

Fort Worth Zoo looks to further conservation efforts by advancing exhibits

The Fort Worth Zoo's conservation efforts are not going unnoticed.

Back in the saddle: takeaways from TCU’s bounce-back win over Texas Tech

The Frogs got their first win in three weeks against the Red Raiders on Saturday.
John V. Roach Honors College

Honors College challenges students’ knowledge of Fort Worth with experimental course

The Honors College is testing students' knowledge of Fort Worth in an experimental eight-week course.

Turning the tables: TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks progress after hazing tragedies

TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life partnered with TCU Athletics and Phi Delta Theta to present “Turning Tragedy into Progress,” Tuesday night.
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