Capstone projects give teams chance to use software design skills to help clients improve services.
After back-to-back final four finishes, TCU saddles up for a new year.
Now in remission from leukemia, the alumna aims to raise awareness for the bone marrow donor registry.
Students get their hands dirty to provide nutrition and education in the food deserts of Fort Worth.
Alumnus rides the ups and downs of ranching.
March 25, 2019
Faculty lectures include a historical analysis of the Brexit movement and a story about Playboy magazine’s role in the Vietnam War.
February 11, 2019
Dorothy Fortenberry will join a list of lauded writers to participate in TCU’s Live Oak Reading Series.
October 1, 2018
The Frogs bounced back into the win column with a 17-14 victory over Iowa State, but the good of the triumph was tempered by some bad.
Sports: Riff Ram
From wounded to winner, the NIT standout is ready to succeed in his senior season with TCU men’s basketball.
Not just a horse, of course – equine-athletes are the stars of the stable at equestrian events.
Over the course of a century, the TCU mascot has varied in design and species.
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.
An art dealer’s story of friendship takes on a life of its own as a movie, Same Kind of Different As Me, now in theaters.
If you’ve visited campus in the past decade, you’ve witnessed a dynamic TCU.
Campus News: Alma Matters
The journalism scholar says that learning a language is key to unlocking layers of overlooked history.
Research + Discovery
TCU astronomer Kat Barger shines a light on the Milky Way’s origins.
The roundtable explores why undergraduate research is important in developing independent leadership.
Interest in beer lured students into a geography class.
Young entrepreneurs make pitches while classmates decide on actual investment.
Study finds that too much greed and too much generosity can both hurt a company’s bottom line.
Features, Sports: Riff Ram
Student-athletes keep a tight rein on their academic studies.
English professor combs archives across the country to document 1960s social movements.
Ready for the biggest test? Aptitude, personality and skills tests help employers decide who fits in.
Horseplay: Game Day Logistics. TCU and other schools face off for points in four equestrian events.
The Trinity Shakespeare Festival returned for its ninth season with summertime performances of Richard III and Measure for Measure.
The Ridglea ministry inspired by TCU students lets people rent a plot of land and join in on the fellowship and harvest.
William Carr Parrish ’61 bled purple, and evidence of his family’s love for all things Horned Frog stretches across campus.
As dean of Brite Divinity School and later its first president, Leo Garrett Perdue blazed a trail to create an inclusive institution well ahead of its time.