Taddie Hamilton ’66 (MEd ’82) just wanted kids to know something about the world they inhabit.
New children’s research facility in northern Mexico was named in honor of nursing grad Ruth Anderson ’01 and her uncle and aunt.
Reaching out to Portuguese-speaking populations, Wayne Long ’67 and his Hisportic Christian Mission provide church but also help immigrants learn to speak English and adjust to the new culture.
Carol Van Zandt Jones ’83 applies her stay-at-home mom expertise to cutting-edge security technology.
Mike Berry ’89 takes the reins as president of Austin’s new National Basketball Developmental League and as COO of Southwest Basketball LLC.
Ben Hudson ’67 is inducted into the Texas Horse Racing Hall of Fame.
Jane Helslander ’99 designs a mosaic medallion at DFW Airport’s new Terminal D.
The rest of the world has its view of Dan Jenkins ’53, and I have mine.
Do you know a TV-PG from a TV-14? Or a TV-Y from a TV-Y7? Television viewers have seen ratings for the small screen since the mid-1990s, but how accurate are they? Students in RTVF professor Joel Timmer’s new course “Sex & Violence on TV” turned on the tube and analyzed the ratings. Here’s what they had to say.