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June 9, 2023

Home Sweet Home

TCU can secure a spot in the College World Series at Lupton Stadium with two wins over Indiana State. 

June 7, 2023

Long time coming 

Former TCU star Luken Baker makes his major league debut.

May 10, 2023

Fifty Years Later

Class of 1973 reunion activities will include taking part in TCU’s sesquicentennial commencement ceremonies. 

March 16, 2023

TCU Presents: Song and Dance

A September 2022 Facebook Live panel highlighted three TCU theatre alumni, all of whom have appeared in national tours of Broadway musicals.

A close-up picture of a portion of Woodrow Blagg's mixed-graphite drawing, "The Rescue."

September 19, 2022

To Save A Species

Woodrow Blagg’s detailed drawing captures TCU’s Rhino Initiative at work in Africa.

Parkinson's patient Joe Browder at Paulie Ayala's University of Hard Knocks on Thursday, January 13, 2022. When people in Fort Worth receive a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, they formerly had nowhere to turn to seek advice or resources. Chris Watts, the Marilyn and Morgan Davies Dean of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, created a center to encourage sufferers to come together and participate in vigorous exercise, which slows the development of the disease. The patient population in turn feeds his student-involved research on balance, gait and breathing among the Parkinson’s population. Photo by Joyce Marshall

May 4, 2022

Summer 2022: Coming Soon

TCU Magazine will deliver stories on Parkinson’s disease research, businesspeople working for the greater good and the power of the introvert.