TCU School of Music’s Chief Piano Technician James Williams keeps the school’s fleet of 115 Steinways pitch perfect.
Alumni and readers recall the moments that made them appreciate the top Horned Frog.
Kinesiology Professor Debbie Rhea launches pilot program to improve education with more playtime.
In its most basic form, responsible citizenship is being ethical: Always applying the Golden Rule and doing the right thing, even when the right thing is tough.
Ravaged by renal failure and dialysis, John Medrano ’90 was worn out and resigned to death. As he neared the inevitable, he found a donor from an unlikely source — classmate Hazel Rhodes Thomas ’90.
B through Y: The Underdog’s Process of Seizing Opportunity, Control and Respect Marcus W. Johnson ’02 (M Ed ’10) Today’s fast-paced world often promotes the quick fix, but this book by Johnson, an education consultant based in Austin, highlights the importance of working through problems with determination and deliberation. This book equips readers with unique and
TCU history professor digs through the collection of 272 documents known as The Texas Legation Papers, 1836-1844.