Study finds that too much greed and too much generosity can both hurt a company’s bottom line.
Not just a horse, of course – equine-athletes are the stars of the stable at equestrian events.
From wounded to winner, the NIT standout is ready to succeed in his senior season with TCU men’s basketball.
Sophie Penninck Purdy ’01, an electrical professional engineer and president of Fort Worth-based Axxis Building Systems, finds challenges, success and fun in a male-dominated industry.
Ready for the biggest test? Aptitude, personality and skills tests help employers decide who fits in.
If you’ve visited campus in the past decade, you’ve witnessed a dynamic TCU.
Interest in beer lured students into a geography class.
The Trinity Shakespeare Festival returned for its ninth season with summertime performances of Richard III and Measure for Measure.
The journalism scholar says that learning a language is key to unlocking layers of overlooked history.
The roundtable explores why undergraduate research is important in developing independent leadership.