Grammy-nominated soprano Ava Pine ’98 is winning rave reviews.
In passing Leo “Dutch” Meyer ’21, Gary Patterson is now the all-time winningest football coach in TCU history. Here’s what this milestone means to the coach, his program and the school.
Longhorns, Razorbacks, Aggies and others – the Horned Frogs dished out their share of upsets and took a few lumps too.
“The Carter” made a grand debut in 2012.
Entrepreneurial Management graduate Andrew Kline ’12 started FROGbands to solve a problem.
There are some new faces at TCU Press. Earlier this year, Kathy Walton stepped in as the editor and Jovan Farris Overshown ’06 took over marketing and promotions. Dan Williams continues to serve as director. As the publishing industry undergoes massive shifts, with more readers opting for electronic readers such as the iPad, Kindle and
Students visit Windy City athletics institutions on four-day excusion to gain contacts for future employment.
New site offers animated links to tweets, videos, stories and photo galleries from other TCU sites, not just admission material.
Curt Wilson and some former students brought their special style of jazz to Europe this summer.
TCU admission officials revamped two primary digital tools for recruiting students—the online viewbook and virtual tour. Both launched in August. Look Around, the online viewbook that was renamed by a panel of current students, blends videography, photography, infographics and social media in a responsive, single-page microsite. Highlighted by a full-screen, editorial-style video, the viewbook presents