The path you pave towards positive change will be impacted by your past, your passions, and your skill-set.
After retiring from 39 years in the TCU School of Art, Jim Woodson ’65 is tabbed by the Texas Legislature as one of the state’s official visual artists.
Chris Leiss ’82 and former roommate Ted Brack ’84 had an idea for purple honey. Today, it’s Horned Frog Honey.
Musician Keegan McInroe ’05 is playing his way through Europe on a self-booked tour.
MBA students help investor group Cowtown Angels perform due diligence on start-up companies.
Former Horned Frog swimmer and Olympian Walter Soza ’96 (second from left) is still in the water these days, raising money to fight cancer through Swim Across America. Soza organizes and leads Team TCU in his spare time along with fellow Frog swimmer Layton Shaffner ’97 (far right). This summer, Team TCU raised nearly
1911: TCU takes over operations of the Fort Worth School of Medicine in downtown. 1912: The American Medical Association issues new requirements forcing medical schools to have hefty endowments. By 1917, the university is warned it is not in compliance and the board of trustees closes TCU’s medical school. 1913: Story in the Horned Frog notes
First-team All-America cornerback Jason Verrett is a standout for the Horned Frogs again this season. Lessons from a nightmare sophomore debut are in the past but still drive him.
A dangerous, new game imported from back East eventually helped a tiny university grow. But it almost never caught on.