October 20, 2015
Rick Waters '95
TCU alums Bradley Lovell ’10 and David Smart ’13 were reppin’ the Horned Frogs this week at the northern terminus of the Pacific Crest Trail. The 2,658-mile route follows a continuous hiking trail from the California-Mexico border to the Washington-Canada border. “It took us nearly six months,” Smart wrote us just three days after completing the journey. “We started the journey on April 23 and completed on October 17. We’re so glad we had the opportunity to represent such an amazing school!” Smart and Lovell are graduates of the Neeley School of Business and hail from Dallas.
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Terry Smith ’02, producer for U.S. Army & Air Force Exchange Service, traveled to Pyeongchang, South Korea, to cover the soldier-athletes of the U.S. Army’s World Class Athlete Program as they competed in the 2018 Olympics. Smith and his team followed the story of the athletes since their training and world competitions in Lake Placid,
Glynn Thompson ’78 trekked across Southeast Asia and “talked up the great programs at TCU.” His latest ventures brought him to Bhutan and Sri Lanka. “High elevations to support a high flying university,” Thompson wrote in an email. “Grateful for my time at TCU – and even at 62, still desire to explore and learn