In the days after World War II, young men didn’t challenge authority. So Claude Scott ’48 kept his mouth shut. That’s what he was taught in the U.S. Army, and it’s what ol’ Dutch Meyer wanted too. Six decades later, Scott can talk about why, as a former TCU baseball pitcher, he never received a
Sharon Benge ’68 (MFA) started a radio program 25 years ago to dig deeper into the Fort Worth/Dallas arts scene.
Rene Gomez ’09 and his cousin opened possibly the first web-based department store in Panama.
With robots and videos, Cari Parr ’94 is using animation and technology to reach her special-needs students.
Victoria Wollmann Wise ’96 used Facebook to start an auction site for jewelry that has gone viral.
J.J. Henry ’98 opens a 6,500-square-foot golf-themed hangout to teach life skills.
JT Hodges ’00 released his self-titled CD last month under a new label and making good on the promise of an up-and-comer.
Thirty-four Horned Frogs and friends explored Costa Rica during the eight-day Alumni Association trip in June. They hiked in the rainforest and up the side of three volcanoes, flew down zip lines, visited a coffee plantation, and unwound at a hot-springs spa and on the beach as well as stayed in TCU’s Tropical Research Station,
Halls expected to open in August 2013 and house 400 sophomores and upperclassmen in suite-style units. Additions are first phase of planned makeover for Worth Hills.