Asia Soliday

Hello! I'm Asia Soliday, a TCU Junior studying journalism with a minor in general business. I am originally from San Diego, California. 

Milton Daniel residents engage in friendly competition

Many TCU students find the transition to college stressful, but honors students face added pressures, according to first-year Milton Daniel resident and engineering major Wills Black. Students in the John V. Roach Honors College are required to fulfill curriculum requirements and maintain a certain GPA to remain honors students. “[Milton] does have a more competitive atmosphere just because people here hold a higher standard for themselves,” said Black. In some cases, these high standards can

Bistro Burnett shifts to Grubhub pickup only

This semester, Bistro Burnett, the only dining option in the Mary Couts Burnett Library, is exclusively accepting online orders as a COVID-19 precaution. In a normal semester, the cafe in a corner of the library would be crowded with long lines in limited space. But these lines aren’t forming this year, because the only way to get a sandwich at Bistro Burnett is to order through the Grubhub app. Other dining options on campus, such as Chick-fil-A and Union Grounds, are still taking in-person o

First-year students experience on-campus dining

Students have adapted to the new norm for on-campus dining: takeout boxes, pre-packaged food and contactless service. Market Square, once a bustling area with students coming and going from multiple directions, is now more structured. Students can only enter through the doors by Samuelson Hall and there are regulations to manage traffic flow inside. Signs are taped on top of tables designating the number of students who can sit there. Students are no longer allowed to refill reusable water bo