What is it about TCU? The university’s connection culture has defined its ethos for generations. A new book reports that the friendly, welcoming Horned Frog family is a model in higher education. Is it also a competitive advantage?
From Killerfrogs to Purple Menace, TCU sports fans create passionate online empires.
TCU’s first homecoming had parades and class parties – but no football. The game came later.
Science Professors Join Forces to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease.
In 2009, the few student veterans on campus could not identify one another. Today, TCU is home to more than 300 student veterans tethered together by broad university support.
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Nuclear physicist helped beef up TCU’s research efforts and graduate programs in the 1960s, and along the way, became a prolific fundraiser during 28 years of service.
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Internationally renowned child development expert Dr. Karyn Sue Brand Purvis ’97 (MS ’01 PhD ’03) devoted her life and academic
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Director of jazz studies Joe Eckert spent two decades with the United States Air Force’s top band.
First-time filmmaker features anti-bullying advocate Lizzie Velasquez in new documentary.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Three TCU water experts weigh in with practical advice.
Started as a new personal workout to share with friends, Smart Barre turned Allison Poston ’96 into an entrepreneur.
College of Science & Engineering joins a growing number of universities asking student researchers to articulate their work in layman’s terms.
Business students think global.
Mary Couts Burnett Library’s east wing reopened in October with new technology and more seating space. Dean Koelker spoke with us about the upgrade.
The College of Science & Engineering’s new purchase has students and professors seeing small.
Fort Worth isn’t a mecca for the film industry, but Red Sanders ’04 plans to change that reality.
Stuart Spangenberg ’81 rebounded from injuries to win gold USA Track & Field Masters Outdoor Championship.
Sports: Riff Ram
The senior running back demonstrates communication skills in discussing football, his education-emphasizing parents and the value of international travel.
TCU is a model of connection, writes this Horned Frog dad in a new book.
Television personality worked his way to success in pro football after stops on the red carpet, Food Network and other places.
From 1977 to 2004, Butler served as the campus’ spiritual head.
Accomplished Fort Worth attorney was a problem solver, unifier and namesake of TCU’s alumni center.
A few facts about our newest Frogs.