The front desk in Market Square, by the commons entrance, was decorated for both fall and the game. The trading cards were of TCU DE Terrell Lathan. The marching band and Showgirls have made their way onto the field. They’re running through their pregame sets playing “God Bless Texas,” the TCU fight song, and other drum cadences. The marching band has arrived. Four hours before game time and the band are perfecting their rendition of Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.” Previous articleFemale student hit by car turning onto Bowie StreetNext articleStudents take to social media to show excitement for game day TCU 360 Staff RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Despite the game day festivities, many aspects of the university went on as normal, such as this group that was taking a tour of campus. TCU 360 is an official, student-produced product of the School of Journalism at Texas Christian University. TCU 360 Staffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tcu-360-staff/ With Halloween around the corner, multiple grave stones have been set up around Frog Alley commemorating past TCU victories. TCU 360 Staffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tcu-360-staff/ ReddIt Fox Sports is in the house. Two to three man crews are busy setting up Fox banners and camera equipment around the field. Five hours until kickoff. Festive pumpkins are scattered around Frog Alley supporting Breast Cancer awareness. The Sean Williams Band practicing on their stage in Frog Alley before their performance. The pumpkin decorations in Market Square were also decorated for today’s game. Facebook Employees from the Landmark bar have games and prizes set up in Frog Alley. Seniors Victor Harter and James Glunt started setting up their tailgate at 10 a.m.. Return of the disco: Latest fashion trends mirror the 1970s Three Phi Kappa Sigma pledges wore matching outfits to their classes and said they were planning on wearing them to the game too. Linkedin Linkedin The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years + posts TCU students tailgate outside the Daniel-Meyer Athletic Complex as they eagerly await for the game to begin. Behind the runway: One TCU student’s experiences at Fashion Week Pantone: Color of the year 2020 Alice Holmes, Barbara Falkner, Sheri Lloyd and Wendy Crowley tour changes to their old campus before TCU takes on West Virginia on October 29, 2015.TCU alums return for football game — Emily ReardonTonight’s game against West Virginia will draw more than just students and recent alumni back to TCU.Graduates of the class of 1969 have returned to campus to see what has changed over the past 46 years.Wendy Crowley, the director of student financial services at TCU, led an impromptu tour of the new additions to TCU for her friends and fellow classmates.Barbara Falkner said she and her friends couldn’t believe how much campus has changed.“It’s wonderful to see how much it has grown and how beautiful it is,” Falkner said.The women have toured the new library, academic buildings and dorms. The buildings have changed, but some small things, like the names of the buildings, have remained the same.Alice Holmes said she lived in the all-female dorm Colby Hall during her time at TCU.“When I was here, it wasn’t air conditioned, can you believe that?” Holmes asked.Even though it has been years since the women were last on campus, they all agreed that it is fun to be back on campus for a football game.“Both of my sons went here, so it is kind of a family tradition and lots of fun,” Falkner said.The women are looking forward to watching TCU play against West Virginia tonight at 6:30pm.TCU police officer praises student behavior on game days — Emily LaffSgt. Eric Abilez of the TCU police department said he enjoys the spirited yet respectful attitude of Horned Frog students on game days.TCU game days can be hectic, and today is no different.Every game day, the TCU Police Department sends officers to specific locations on campus.Sgt. Eric Abilez works all of game day to ensure student safety.Abilez has worked almost every game in his five years working for the TCU Police Department. This morning, Abilez dealt with a pedestrian that was hit at the intersection of University and Bowie Street, and has been continually informing people of where they can and cannot park. He is also in charge of monitoring the field today.“I’m assigned to the stadium and during the game I’m actually on the field, which I like,” said Abilez. ” I just make sure none of our spectators come onto the field, make sure no one throws items onto the field during the game — but usually we don’t have that problem here at TCU.”Abilez said that he started working at TCU after retiring 30 from the Fort Worth Police Department, where he worked for over 30 years.He said in his time working at TCU, the field is seldom rushed on game days and students are usually very polite and respectful.“If we have a real big game the field is rushed, it just happens so we try to make the best of it,” Abilez said. “Most of the fans are very friendly and usually do what we ask especially if it’s around the stadium around game time.”He said his favorite part of his job is helping others, whether it is during a game or on a daily basis.“Students here at TCU are very polite, very respectful, very studious, to me they take their studies seriously,” said Abilez. “I know a lot of our students spend a lot of time in the library studying late hours and overall they’re great kids.”Abilez hopes that this game day is much like any other in terms of safety, with “no major incidents, safety for our guests and our students, and a win.” Twitter TCU 360 Staffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tcu-360-staff/ TCU 360 Staffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tcu-360-staff/ Facebook Sustainability is the new green: Fashion companies work towards environmentally-conscious practices TCU alumni relaxing in the shade outside of the Amon G. Carter Stadium before the game. Students aren’t letting the regular school day stop them from getting in the game day spirit.Many students are continuing to attend class and finish up homework before the tailgates begin this afternoon.“I have so much to do before the game tonight,” senior finance major Emily DaCunha said. “It doesn’t feel like game day yet. I’m hoping to get most of my work done today so I can have fun tonight.”Tailgates around campus started around 3 p.m. and students are planning to get to the stadium early for the game.“My friends and I aren’t going to start tailgating until later this afternoon, I actually just got a text to go to a friends at 2:45 p.m.,” senior communications major Sarah Newton said. “We’re probably going to head to the commons early enough to hang out in Frog Alley and get into the stadium early enough for a good seat.”Students tailgating in the Sam Baugh parking lot are decked out in all black, playing catch and blasting hit songs from the 80s.“I think [wearing black] unites everyone, but also can be intimidating toward the other players,” sophomore musical theatre major Lucy Given said. “It’s a very different vibe than what it is normally in the fan section.”Students say they are not only excited, but confident that TCU will win tonight.“I’m definitely excited [for the game],” sophomore educational major Sara Grinbergs said. “I think we’ll do really well and we’re expected to win.”TCU offensive tackle lineman Samuel Awolope said he thinks that TCU will have a better performance tonight than in past weeks and will win.“I can promise you that the performance tonight is going to be way different from previous weeks,” Awolope said. “I doubt it’s going to be a close game. I’m projecting a blowout.”TCU students walking to class but not participating in the black out — Nick PauszekStudents walking to class aren’t participating in the blackout for tonight’s game. A lack of communication could be the reason.TCU faces West Virginia at Amon G. Carter stadium in a rare Thursday night game and the university wants all those in attendance to wear black.The only problem is, many people may not know.Many students who didn’t have class cancelled aren’t participating in the blackout. Some students are wearing the clothes they wear on a daily basis with some black sprinkled in.The lack of black on campus could be caused by many students simply not knowing.There was no email sent out by the athletics department or football team. Last year, two days before the Kansas State game, an email was sent out to all students and faculty telling them of the blackout.The TCU athletics and football websites don’t mention the blackout either.In fact, the only mention of the blackout appears on the TCU Football Twitter account and it was only sent out this morning.GAMEDAY! #BeatWVU #WearBlack pic.twitter.com/zhgFdVTdBP— TCU Football (@TCUFootball) October 29, 2015The game is set for kickoff at 6:30 p.m.TCU game day brings business to Salsa Limón — Emily LaffSalsa Limón is a popular pick for students-especially after night games.Thanks to game day, Salsa Limón is bringing in more business than usual.Owner Frank Sigala said that the restaurant gets about 25 percent more business on game days than on regular days.Sigala said night games usually boost business the most.“Game days definitely help the sales,” Sigala said. “When games are in the morning sales are not as big as they could be. When games are at 6:30, like today, it definitely helps a lot,” Sigala said.Sophomore political science major Ryan Alley can attest to how busy Salsa Limón is on game days — mainly because he eats breakfast there every day.“Today, since it’s Thursday, it’s a bit different, but on game days it’s always packed in here,” Alley said.After games end, Salsa Limón is a convenient place to go because it is open late.“We are open until three in the morning, so we have a lot of traffic late at night,” Sigala said.As for getting excited on game days, Sigala said the game is on in the restaurant, but he is not a huge football fan.Despite being a TCU graduate Sigala said has never been to a game, but he said he enjoys his job because he loves TCU and the students.“I have a big affection for the school and I love it.” Sigala said. ReddIt TCU 360 Staff A TCU game day flag, several of which are put up lining the streets around campus the night before a football game, blows in the wind as students walk to classes. Twitter Five minutes until Frog Alley is open to the public. Vendors are making last minute adjustments in preparation. Campus gears up for game day — Peyton Davis and Cristian Migliarese and Adam Kelley TCU bookstore sees influx of customers seeking “blackout” apparel — Alex Gaffigan and Alexa McBrideTCU bookstore patrons should expect longer lines than normal, as fans rush to buy “blackout” apparel before TCU takes on West Virginia.Students and fans of the TCU Horned Frogs are stocking up on black TCU apparel for Thursday night’s “blackout” game against the West Virginia Mountaineers.TCU bookstore employee Patricia Mansfield is working her first game day ever today, and she said she is excited but nervous for the busy day that lies ahead.“I’m actually pretty terrified if I’m being honest,” Mansfield said. “Everyone of my coworkers I’ve talked to about working game days has told me how hectic it gets around here, so I can only imagine how crazy it is going to be.”The bookstore expects to be busy throughout the day, as students filter in and out of classes and more fans begin to arrive on campus.“There’s been a line of about 12 deep at the register all day, and on non-game days there’s usually nobody waiting in line.” Mansfield said.With tonight’s game being “blackout” themed, the bookstore employees have been busy switching out the usual purple attire to the more appropriate black attire.“Everyone coming into the store today is asking for blackout apparel, and all of our employees are busy out on the floor assisting customers with finding black apparel for the game tonight,” Mansfield said.Dawn and Eddie Vinson traveled from San Diego, California to cheer on the Horned Frogs and visit their daughter, Mackenzie Vinson, who is a junior Fashion Merchandising major.“Nobody told me that it was a blackout game,” Eddie Vinson said. “Right when we got here, we had to come right to the bookstore so I could buy something black to wear for the blackout game.”Sophomore Biology major Jonah Beri was in the bookstore deciding which black shirt would suit his dad, who is in town for the football game.Mansfield and her staff are expecting the pandemonium to only grow as the day goes on, as the last minute shoppers will undoubtedly cause a late rush.“From what I’ve been told, it’s just people and craziness all day, and then tomorrow we’ll have to do a mass cleanup after everything has calmed down.” Mansfield said.The TCU bookstore will be open until 7 p.m. this evening, and TCU will kickoff against West Virginia at 6:30 p.m.Students buckle down on studies before game time — Danielle MossThe Mary Couts Burnett Library is filled with students trying to get their work done before TCU takes on West Virginia on a Thursday night.The TCU library is still packed with students studying for tests today and tomorrow, even with a highly-anticipated Horned Frog football game tonight.Students are preparing for tests that were not moved and are trying to get their studying in before the game starts.“I am hoping to get most of my studying done now so that I can at least attempt to enjoy the game,” said junior nursing major Dominique Linders.Students decided to come to the library because of the lack of distractions and to be able to get their work done.Senior fashion merchandising major Emily Reardon said that she is disappointed that her test tomorrow wasn’t moved because all of her friends had their classes cancelled today and they are starting to celebrate for the game.“I am stuck in the library studying for my test tomorrow while they are out having fun,” said Reardon.The night game will force some students to wake up earlier than anticipated on a Friday to ensure academic success.“I am going to the library at 6 a.m. tomorrow to finish studying for my test because I know I won’t be able to concentrate tonight,” said senior finance and accounting major Jane McCormack. printUniversity Christian Church turns parking into profit for a cause — Hakim ZakariaUniversity Christian Church began clearing its parking lots Wednesday night in preparation for tonight’s game.University Christian Church associate minister for youth Russ Boyd helps facilitate paid parking. Proceeds help fund a youth ministry program.Associate minister for youth Russ Boyd said, “we put out signs a couple of days ago letting people when the lots needed to be cleared by.”Boyd said the game being on Thursday changed the way employees parked and parents picked up their kids from school.“For all those reasons [the game] made today a little different,” Boyd said. “As far as trying to park the people who paid to park here and balance people who need to work here and pick kids up.”Boyd said the church offers spots for season parking and game day parking.“The majority of our spaces are season parking and people pay $300,” Boyd said. “A few of our lots are day-of-game and it’s $40 a spot.”The money earned from sell parking spots is used to fund youth programs at the church.“The vast majority of it goes to the youth ministry and the youth music ministry,” Boyd said. “It ends up being used for scholarships for church camp in the summer for retreats, for mission trips.”Fort Worth Unaffected by Thursday Night College Football — Drew HerschmannConstruction on University Drive was ongoing Thursday morning. The contractors were working on fixing the stoplight on the corner of West Cantey Street and University Drive.Off of the TCU campus, it was a normal morning in Fort Worth today.Aside from the ladies at Circle Donut and the cashier at Spec’s saying “Go Frogs” before bagging my purchases, you would have thought TCU had another bye week.Downtown, it was business as usual.The occasional purple TCU dress shirt was seen in the mix of people walking around Sundance Square.There were a few purple shirts walking around the West Seventh area as well.In the neighborhoods surrounding TCU a few people had put out their TCU flags accompanied with the No Parking signs.Traffic around Fort Worth was also normal.Traffic was flowing smoothly with no abnormal delays that often plague game days.For the most part, it was a normal morning in Fort Worth; however, we can expect things to change as it gets closer to kick off.Parking proves to be problematic — Ally Lantz and Kyla WilcherNo parking signs have been posted on most of the streets surrounding TCU’s campus for the game Thursday, Oct. 29. Commuter students have expressed frustration about not being able to park where they usually do for school.With parking spaces limited on game day students getting creative.Some streets are not allowing parked cars, so students are finding houses that are unoccupied and parking in the driveway. With “for sale” signs in the front yard, it is a giveaway that students can use the driveway without getting in trouble.Officers are ticketing cars parked along W. Bowie St. On a normal school day, street parking is open to students, but on a game day they are not allowed to park on the street.A reserved parking lot at the corner of W. Bowie St. and Cockrell Ave. is closed, but it is supposed to be open. Event staff members say that they are not sure what is going on, but that the parking lot closure is contributing to the difficulty of the day.With students still illegally parked along W. Bowie, the event staff members say the opening of this lot is necessary to accommodate all the cars in the area.A parking event staff member described the day so far as chaos.“You got businesses opening early, you got people getting off work early, you got people coming from out of town, you got students still going to classes,” he said. “This is a big, big, big difference from normal game days.”The event staff say they are prepared for the chaos, but are interested to see what happens in the final hours leading up to the game.Students are trading in class for tailgates — Shelby ArnoldTCU students tailgate outside the Daniel-Meyer Athletic Complex as they eagerly await for the game to begin.The parking difficulties and early tailgates for tonight’s game are causing many students to skip class.“The parking situation was absurd, therefore many of us decided not to go to class today,” junior business major Danielle Binder said.Student’s who didn’t skip class said they only went to class today was because they had an exam.“If I didn’t have a test today, I would not have gone to class,” junior business major Karli Murphy said.Many students agreed that it is hard to focus in class on game days.“I had an 8am this morning and it was not easy to focus today,” junior business major Taylor Deves said.“I would much rather be at a tailgate than in data management class,” Murphy said.Many teachers cancelled classes this afternoon in anticipation of student absences.“I’m sure they weren’t expecting a lot of students to come to class on game day,” Binder said.“One of my teacher passed around an attendance sheet today for the first time,” junior business major Kendall Record said. 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RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Glendown NS get funding for long-awaited preschool Google+ Google+ Facebook Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Twitter By News Highland – May 29, 2020 Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleDownward trend of Covid-19 cases at LUH ‘encouraging’Next articleEmergency services at scene of Letterkenny collision News Highland Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest Glendowan National School has been sanctioned funding to build a long-awaited pre-school on site.A total of 185,000 euro has been awarded by the Department of the Gaeltacht – 95% of the money needed to complete the project.It’s part of the overall language plan for the Gaeltacht.Education Minister Joe McHugh says its great news for the area:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/JOEGLfdgdfgdfgdfENDOWN.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
View post tag: HMS Montrose Royal Navy’s Type 23 frigate HMS Montrose and French Cassard-class frigate FS Jean Bart made another drugs bust in the Arabian Sea operating as part of the Combined Task Force (CTF) 150.The suspicious dhow was initially located by FS Jean Bart’s helicopter and boarded by a team from the French ship who secured the vessel and conducted an initial investigation.Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel from HMS Montrose then took over the search of the vessel and the team located and seized a large number of packages containing the drugs.In all, the crews intercepted 94 kgs of heroin and 76 kgs of crystal methamphetamine with a regional wholesale value of over a million US dollars.This brings the total of drugs seized by CMF warships in 2019 to over 2,000kg of heroin, just over 130kg of crystal methamphetamine and nearly 50,000kg of hashish. Locally, this would equate to around over 46 million US dollars and is ahead of the total achieved in 2018 at this stage of the year. By the end of the 2018, CMF warships had seized narcotics worth over 75 million US dollars.“We were conducting a Replenishment at Sea with a US Navy Tanker in the early morning when I received the news of the suspicious dhow; we were ready to commence a successful counter narcotics operation with the FS Jean Bart in the afternoon,” commanding officer of HMS Montrose, Commander Ollie Hucker, said.CTF 150 is a joint command shared between the Royal Navy and French Marine Nationale and is led by Commodore Ed Ahlgren of the Royal Navy, who took over in August of this year.Photo: Royal Navy View post tag: FS Jean Bart Share this article View post tag: French Navy View post tag: Royal Navy Photo: Photo: CMF
Indiana AG Ready to Crack Down on RobocallsOCTOBER 19TH, 2016 MATT PEAK INDIANA Thousands of Hoosiers have complained about receiving political automated messages this year, and the Attorney General’s Office is preparing to take action.According to our media partners at CBS4 in Indianapolis, the Indiana AG’s Office say they have investigated more than 9,000 complaints so far this year for robocalls.Illegal robocalls are defined as calls that come from an auto-dialing computer. That means someone automatically dials thousands of numbers at once to place calls or voice mails. Calling people in this way is illegal and Indiana has some strict laws when it comes to robocalls.Indiana’s Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he will bring actions against any candidate or company that breaks the statute.According to the law, it is illegal for political messages to be left, if the person receiving them does not agree to the messages.Zoeller asks anyone receiving robocalls to report unwanted phone calls and messages, so an investigation can be done.If anyone is receiving calls without giving permission, they can file a complaint online here, or call the Attorney General’s Office at 1-888-834-9969.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Hoosier State Officials Continue Voter Fraud InvestigationOfficials in the Hoosier state are investigating voter fraud after voters noticed false info on their registrations.The voters found the mistakes when they checked their information at IndianaVoters.com.People have to enter their name and date of birth, but if either one is wrong, they cannot view their registration, which makes them think they are no longer registered.Indiana State Police has already started an investigation into voter fraud in 56 counties.Voters can correct their personal information by calling their county elections office.Previous Stories:Indianapolis Business Raided in Voter Fraud Investigation – 10/05/2016Tri-State Counties Now Involved in Voter Fraud Investigation – 10/06/2016Dubois, Gibson Counties Among Those Affected By Statewide Voter Fraud Investigation – 10/07/2016
Officer-Involved Shooting Update, Second Weapon Found at the SceneAUGUST 30TH, 2017 TYRONE MORRIS EVANSVILLE, INDIANA 55-year-old Ricky Ard is identified as the man who was shot dead outside of the Federal Courthouse. The incident happened around 11:18 a.m. near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Sycamore Street in downtown Evansville.Authorities say Ard returned Tuesday morning with a baseball bat and began to break multiple windows at the entrance of the building. A federal officer was injured by flying glass while trying to stop Ard from getting into the building.Officers attempted to stop Ard using tasers but were ineffective. Two officers then discharged their weapons, killing Ard. SGT. Jason Cullum says, “This wasn’t vandalism this was an individual who was attempting to make entry into the Federal Courthouse by violent means so we want to make sure the public understands that. That this isn’t just an individual with a bat.”Police can confirm Ard was not armed with a firearm but a second weapon was recovered from the scene.Police could not confirm if there is an officer body camera footage from this shooting. EPD says if there is, they will work with the prosecutor’s office to determine if it will be released.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Don’t delay, make sure you book your place at this year’s Baking Industry Awards, hosted by TV presenter Richard Madeley.Tickets are selling fast for the Brazilian carnival-themed black-tie event, which will be held at the Park Lane Hilton, London.The evening will include a three-course dinner and entertainment, before the winners are announced. It’s a great opportunity to network with your peers in the industry, as well as giving you the chance to let your hair down.To be in with a chance of attending the Awards, please contact Elizabeth Ellis on 01293 846593 or email [email protected] To find out more about the awards visit www.bakeryawards.co.uk.
Pinterest 431 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana Twitter Google+ Twitter Google+ A man wears a protective mask while waiting for a bus in Detroit, Wednesday, April 8, 2020. Detroit buses will have surgical masks available to riders starting Wednesday, a new precaution the city is taking from the new coronavirus COVID-19. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) The Indiana Department of Health And Human Services released new numbers Tuesday that showed more than 12,000 diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in the state, adding 431 to the total from yesterday.Officials around the state reported 61 new deaths, bringing the total to 630. St. Joseph County has 442 cases, Elkhart County has 179. 140 people have been diagnosed in LaPorte County.You can find more details at the state website: https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/ WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – April 21, 2020 0 308 Previous articleNew challenger takes on Indiana attorney general for GOP nodNext articleINDOT says 83 crashes have already happened this season in construction zones Tommie Lee
Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleElkhart woman injured in t-bone crash in Porter TownshipNext articleTwo people arrested, gun seized after traffic stop on U.S. 20 in LaPorte County Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Pinterest Two Middlebury residents on scooter struck by pick-up truck, trailer Twitter IndianaLocalNews Pinterest Facebook Google+ By Jon Zimney – June 13, 2020 2 393 (Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC) A Michigan man driving a pick-up truck pulling a trailer struck two people who were riding a motorized scooter.The collision happened on Friday, June 12, on County Road 16, about three miles east of Middlebury.The driver of the pick-up tried to pass the the pedestrians and, as he did so, his trailer sideswiped the scooter, ejecting the pedestrians.A 68-year-old man from Middlebury suffered head and arm injuries. A 71-year-old Middlebury woman suffered an ankle injury. Both were taken to the hospital for treatment.
New Orleans vocalist Mykia Jovan is gearing up to release her debut album entitled Elliyahu, due on Friday, September 1. To celebrate the release, Mykia will be hosting an album release party at Cafe Istanbul in New Orleans beginning at 7:00pm of the same evening. The event will feature a full album listening, Q&A, and live performances from Baron Ahmon & The Satellites, Spirit & Sparrow, alongside the queen herself, who will also welcome special guests throughout the evening. The album will be available at all major online streaming outlets as well as through her website.Mykia Jovan was also a featured guest on fellow NOLA jazz freaks Naughty Professor‘s new album Identity, on the track “Stolen Ones.” Several of the Naughty Professor players will be performing at Friday night’s Elliyahu release, including Noah Young (bass) and Bill Daniel (guitar), who also produced the album at Wild Child Studios, alongside local heavy-hitters Jason Butler (keys) Walter Lundy (drums), Danny Abel (guitar), and Stephen Gladney (sax). Tickets are available here.Vibe out to the previously-released “16 Shots” and “Feast On The Flower” below:
Welcome the new XPS 15 and 17 with a virtually borderless, 4-sided InfinityEdge display. (Check out 360° view of XPS 15 and XPS 17)Often imitated. Never duplicated. Highly anticipated. The new XPS 15 and XPS 17 are here! We’ve redesigned the XPS 15 and introduced an all-new XPS 17 with larger screen sizes so you can see and do more.While these new additions to the XPS family offer beautiful new designs and the latest technology innovations, there’s much more to XPS than meets the eye. It’s every little detail that makes up the entire XPS experience.Introducing the new XPS 17 (Check out an augmented reality demo of XPS 17 using your iOS or Android phone)After a near 10-year hiatus, the XPS 17 returns as the most powerful XPS laptop ever.1 But it’s not just about muscle, the XPS 17 is also the smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet2. The virtually borderless, 4-sided InfinityEdge display makes it smaller than 48% of 15-inch laptops available today3, putting the XPS 17 into a class of its own.More power for your creative projectsIntensive projects, gaming and VR are no match for the XPS 17 Designed to be the most powerful XPS laptop ever made, the XPS 17 features the latest 10th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics. Packing this much performance into a laptop of this size requires engineering ingenuity to keep the system performing smoothly. Under the hood, we’ve packed a unique thermal design for increased fan airflow4 to fuel demanding projects.Meet the redesigned XPS 15(Check out an augmented reality demo of XPS 15 using your iOS or Android phone)The redesigned XPS 15 is the smallest 15.6-inch performance class laptop5. But don’t let this compact footprint fool you! It’s got an immersive audiovisual experience like no other in its class, thanks to a larger 16:10 display and new up-firing speakers.XPS 15 strikes a balance between power and portability to fuel content creation at home or on-the-goWith the latest 10th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics with Max-Q design and up to 25-hour battery life6, you can easily stream your favorite shows, edits photos for Instagram, render 4K videos or create original sounds and textures on your DAW.New experiential features extended across XPS 15 and 17Masterfully crafted from premium materials like CNC machined aluminum and aerospace-inspired carbon fiber. (XPS 17 pictured above)The XPS 15 and 17 are crafted from two pieces of machined aluminum, so they’re lightweight, yet strong and durable for folks on the move. We also designed a new hinge to make room for the new stunning 4-sided InfinityEdge display.Stunning color accuracy100% Adobe RGB and 94% DCI P3 color gamut delivers saturated, bright and accurate colorWhether creating content or consuming it, the XPS systems have your back with immersive visuals. Optional 4K Ultra HD+ (3840 x 2400) resolution provides pinpoint accuracy, precise detail and sharp images. And the XPS equipped with Eyesafe display technology reduces harmful blue light while maintaining the vivid color you need to deliver your best work. Ready to collaborate securelyDesigned into the new XPS is MaxxAudio® Pro by Waves, the suite of studio-quality audio and voice optimizations Our smallest ever HD webcam is discretely hidden at the top of the display, ready at your command for video meet-ups and virtual get-togethers. You’ll come across loud and clear thanks to top-mounted mics with advanced echo cancellation and noise reduction technologies.To make sure you’re not running late to virtual hangouts with friends and family, the XPS family features Windows Hello – a fingerprint reader built right into the power button – so you can safely unlock your PC and get to visiting without entering a password.Surround sound 3D audio XPS 15 and 17 audio architecture are tuned by multi-Grammy Award® winning producer, Jack Joseph PuigXPS 15 and 17 are the first-ever laptops7 featuring Waves Nx® 3D audio for speakers tuned by multi-Grammy Award® winning producer, Jack Joseph Puig. On headphones, Waves Nx® can track your head movement to align the direction of sound to your visual point-of-view, and on speakers, Nx® headtracking puts you in the best seat of the house.Unleash your creativity Laura Lawson Visconti, Professional PhotographerXPS 15 and XPS 17 badged with Creator Edition on Dell.com have been carefully selected to support hobbyists and creative enthusiasts like Laura Lawson Visconti, above, who uses her laptop for content creation. Laura told us, “Editing on my XPS15 has been a game-changer due to the speed and portability of the laptop. I take it everywhere with me!” These configurations are built with creative tools that speed high-resolution video editing and graphic design processes. Colby Brown, pictured below, stated: “For me, the XPS name represents performance, reliability and portability. Core elements that any photographer or creative needs in order to focus on what we do best…creating amazing content!” Colby Brown, Professional Photographer, Photo Educator and AuthorXPS sustainable packaging becomes more recyclable Every XPS 13, 15 and 17 arrives wrapped in a gift-box style package made from sustainably sourced materials (XPS 13 pictured above)On a planet with almost eight billion people, every action we take makes an impact. Dell has set a goal of using 100% sustainable packaging by 2030, made from recycled or renewable material. We have eliminated foam and single-use plastic bags8 with the new XPS family, getting us steps closer to that Moonshot Goal. You can toss the entire XPS box in the recycling bin without thinking twice since it contains recycled ocean-bound plastics, locally recycled plastic, sustainable materials and recycled corrugate.Final Words – it’s more than new productsThere’s more to XPS than meets the eye. While XPS devices speak for themselves, our customer’s journey goes well beyond the hardware. Here’s the software, support and services that complete the XPS experience. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:40Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:40 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsen (Main), selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Caption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. With Dell Mobile Connect, you can seamlessly integrate your XPS PC with your smartphone. Both Android and iOS users can now make calls, send texts, fully mirror your phone screen to use your apps, and get notifications and drag and drop files9 between your phone and XPS. Dell Mobile Connect is available to download for free from the Microsoft Store.Dell Migrate, a new, simple, do-it-yourself tool from Dell Technologies Services, moves important and hard to replace data and files from any Windows-based PC10 to your new XPS device—so you can get up and running fast. With the automated tool, customers can prioritize and move files with ease.Dell Technologies supports its customers with 24×7 phone support11, automated issues detection or onsite service after remote diagnosis12. Learn more about Dell Premium Support Plus services here.See below for more details on pricing and availability. Please share your comments with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn.Pricing and availabilityXPS 15, starting at US $1,299.99, available in the U.S. and Canada today and across participating European and Asian countries throughout this week.XPS 17, starting at US $1,499.99, available in the U.S., Canada and participating European and Asian countries this summer.Dell Mobile Connect is available to download for free from the Microsoft Store and will come pre-installed on all Dell consumer systems this spring.Dell Migrate, starting at US $39, is available in the U.S. for Dell XPS, Inspiron G Series and Alienware PC customers today. Meet the full family. Pictured left to right: XPS 17, XPS 15, XPS 13, XPS 13 2-in-11 Based on internal analysis, April 2020. 2 Smallest: Based on Principled Technologies Report commissioned by Dell, May 2020, the smallest refers total surface area of the notebooks. Full report found here. 3 Based on Principled Technologies research commissioned by Dell, comparing width of Dell XPS 17 to competitor laptops in the 15-inch class, April 2020. Full report found here. 4 Based on Dell analysis, April 2020, using direct flow bench testing to measure airflow with ISO Acoustics, and thermal testing to measure system temperature. Actual results will vary. 5 Based on Principled Technologies Report commissioned by Dell, April 2020, “Comparison of 15-inch Class Laptops”. The smallest performance class refers total surface area of the laptops with both H-class processors and discrete graphics. Full report found here.6 MobileMark 2014 battery benchmark: XPS 15 tested with 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel UHD graphics, FHD+ display and 86WHr battery. Based on testing using the Mobile Mark 2014 battery life benchmark test in April 2020. For more information about this benchmark test, visit www.bapco.com. Actual battery life may be significantly less than the test results and varies depending on product configuration and use, software, usage, operating conditions, power management settings and other factors. Maximum battery life will decrease with time. 7 Based on third-party analysis, March 2020.8 The packaging features a molded tray made from recycled ocean-bound plastics (25%) and locally recycled plastic; unwrapped drop-in-the-box accessories (no plastic baggies); and a gift-box style package made from sustainably sourced materials. The outer shipping box is 100% recyclable cardboard corrugate.9 Dell Mobile Connect is available on all Bluetooth-enabled, Inspiron, Vostro, G-Series, Alienware and Consumer XPS devices with Windows 10, purchased after January 1st, 2018. Not available on Windows 10 in S Mode. Dell Mobile Connect’s smartphone Companion App must be downloaded from the App Store for your device, and requires Android 6 (or above) or iOS 11 (or above). For iOS devices, file transfer capabilities are limited to photos and videos.10 Compatible with Windows 8 and above.11 In some countries, support after local business hours may be provided in a language other than the local language.12 Onsite Service after Remote Diagnosis is determination by online/phone technician of cause of issue; may involve customer access to inside of system and multiple or extended sessions. If issue is covered by Limited Hardware Warranty and not resolved remotely, technician and/or part will be dispatched, usually in 1 or 2 business days following completion of Remote Diagnosis. Onsite Service is provided by Dell Marketing L.P. Availability varies. Other conditions apply. For complete details about Onsite Service, see www.dell.com/servicecontracts.