I'm a junior at TCU in Fort Worth, TX. I'm studying journalism at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication. I've worked in print, radio and broadcast television at TCU 360 and FOX 5 DC.

"We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails."

Dolly Parton

Recent Articles

Haley campaign makes pre-Super Tuesday rally stop in Fort Worth

The economy, illegal immigration and an aging government were at the top of former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley’s agenda Monday night.

Fort Worth was Haley’s last stop hours before voters in 15 states vote to select the Republican nominee for president.

“Now, more than ever, we need a leader who has moral clarity,” Haley said to a crowd of about 300 people at a rally in the Fort Worth Stockyards.

The former UN ambassador in the Trump administration is now the only challenger to the for

Health center hopes to blunt chickenpox outbreak

Students can get the varicella vaccine, or chickenpox vaccine, starting today at the health center.

Over the weekend, TCU announced a case of the contagious virus had been diagnosed within the campus community.

“The university has confirmed a case of chickenpox, and we are working closely with Tarrant County Public Health,” a TCU spokesperson said.

“We will continue to monitor the situation and keep students, faculty and staff informed during this time,” they said.

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There’s a new laundry system on campus: Here’s how to use it

The Speed Queen laundry app launched this week, causing confusion among students who thought they may have to pay for laundry services.

The app is free to download. Once logging in with their TCU username and password, on-campus students automatically have a $216 credit.

Each load costs $1.50. That gives students 144 loads of laundry, or 72 loads if a student washes and dries each time.

On the app, students select their building, their floor and a specific machine. They pay the fee with their