Previously at LSU, Stanford and Nevada, the 55-year-old coach is labeled a "proven winner" and "program builder."
Athletics and Austin Construction filled stainless steel container with university mementos, admission materials and athletics artifacts.
International Student Association banquet showcases traditional dress, dance and food from native lands.
New team revives a TCU tradition that dates back to the early 1900s.
Spike? Frogzilla? Bronze statue between Scharbauer and Reed halls needs a name — and TCU students are providing suggestions.
TCU Jazz Studies director Joe Eckert now leads longtime festival, headline this year by woodwind master Chris Vadala.
More than 42 percent of 38,000 donors contributed to scholarship fundraising effort.
Chancellor recognized by CASE for outstanding efforts to promote understanding and support of education.
Athletics unveiled massive vinyl banners that cover much of the 60-foot north and south walls touting TCU's storied history and bowl success.
With freedom songs, TCU students from Civil Rights Bus Tour Experience reenact march from chapel.
Horned Frogs will host Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Tuesday in the 2012 College Basketball Invitational, marking the program's first postseason tournament appearance since 2005.
Title is second in three years for Horned Frogs and caps off undefeated season as all five team members earn All-America honors.
These kids can spell words like "apparatchik," "perestroika," "nenuphar," "gnathonic" and "roodebok." Could you?
Play depicts heavily disfigured man rescued by a Victorian surgeon from an abusive life as a sideshow freak.
Local wedding experts share tips with brides-to-be.