If you’ve visited campus in the past decade, you’ve witnessed a dynamic TCU.
In more than a decade of commencement ceremonies, I have made it a point not to call attention to an individual student. But this past May I made not one but two exceptions.
There are few things more magical for the Horned Frog family than when we celebrate spectacular moments together.
In a March 2015 article about higher education innovation, Fast Company magazine featured our Rees-Jones Hall, describing it as “an incubator facility designed to maximize social and intellectual connectivity.”
It was fun to read the comments about rubbing the Horned Frog’s nose. Spreading cheerful fun with my creation since 1984 warms my heart. Seppo Aarnos TCU parent and sculptor of TCU Horned Frog Praise for Ralph Carter VERY well deserved! Dr. Carter is one of the best lecturers I’ve ever heard. John Bennett Missing Richard
As the University creates its future, the defining TCU experience lives on.
This quarter, TCU lost two current students. One was Matthew Nichols of Irvine, Calif., who died on Jan. 1. His mother shared a letter she wrote to the TCU community that was read at an on-campus memorial in January.
Readers sound off about biology class, the C in TCU and old gameday memories.
An old wrong righted After slogging through the snow on Christmas Eve to pick up mail, my eye caught the purple and silver of The TCU Magazine. Still on my mind from the night before was the exhilarating game on ESPN, and the laughs from the rest of the family as my 8-year-old granddaughter and
Remembering Joseph Addison Clark As a descendent of Joseph Addison Clark, I was very pleased to read your recent article in The TCU Magazine, “Muddle in the Middle: The ‘C’ in TCU.” I cannot recall having seen in print anyone mentioning that my great great grandfather had anything to do with the founding of TCU.