Film-Television-Digital Media Professor Joan McGettigan explores Hollywood’s fascination with F. Scott Fitzgerald’s elusive character.
Longtime TCU professor will serve as dean of TCU's College of Science & Engineering program beginning June 1.
Senior Film Television and Digital Media major Caten Hyde has created a documentary film highlighting the cost of drunk driving.
Tamás Ungár earns top honors from national group as his students prepare for the Cliburn competition.
Students of piano faculty Tamás Ungár and John Owings enjoy home field advantage as Ed Landreth Auditorium hosts auditions for the world-famous piano competition.
Vice Chancellor for Government Affairs will become Senior Fellow in strategic and international communication at TCU’s John V. Roach Honor’s College and Schieffer School of Journalism in 2014.
Longtime philanthropist and patron of the Fort Worth arts scene was supporter of College of Communication, including design and redesign of Moudy building.
Political science department chair Joanne Green expects lower turnout than 2008, but the race for the White House could be decided by women.
Naval Academy Organist Monte Maxwell ’86 draws a huge crowd for his annual Halloween concert.
Shannon King Cave '95 running in New York CIty Marathon to raise money for scholarship honoring best friend
With the opening of a renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium, we peek at its namesake from the pages of Jerry Flemmons’ tome about the city’s most famous father.
JT Hodges ’00 released his self-titled CD last month under a new label and making good on the promise of an up-and-comer.
Longtime TCU administrator credited with bringing Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Van Cliburn International Piano Competition to TCU
Entrepreneurial Management graduate Andrew Kline '12 started FROGbands to solve a problem.
Larry Lauer, vice chancellor for government affairs, recognized for outstanding service to the advancement of higher education.