On the path to success, falling doesn’t mean you can’t fly.
The humanitarian champions women helping their countries recover from war.
Attorney John Thomas’ innovative defense and commitment to his cause helped his client’s release.
An associate professor’s work explores how industrialization and gender roles disrupted power structures in modern Egypt.
The athleisure designs won approval with the Dallas Wings and entertainer Tamela Mann.
June 28, 2019
A passion for his hometown and local news brings the alumnus back to the area as morning co-anchor for WFAA Channel 8.
May 10, 2019
Through a partnership with TCU, one Fort Worth school started a food sharing initiative.
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.
Features, Research + Discovery
Professor Jeffery Coffer doesn’t allow frustration to get in the way of solving a riddle.
In a Q&A, the vice chancellor for student affairs talks about how TCU’s safety net stands to help students succeed.
You might have read or heard this popular story about failure. As a young man, Walt Disney was fired from a Missouri newspaper. An editor told him he “lacked creativity.”
Alumni, Web Extras
How did you overcome failure? Three TCU alumni provide raw and introspective looks into their journeys.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Professors quote notable people like J.K. Rowling and Jimmy Buffett to reflect on the fruits of failure.
Rwandan students seeking ways to positively impact their country’s future turn to TCU.
Alumni, Mem’ries Sweet, Sports: Riff Ram
The assessment of TCU football has become a point of pride ever since a fateful 1961 upset.
Alumni, Sports: Riff Ram
The defensive line coach talks about recruiting and his admiration for Coach Gary Patterson.
The Winter Professor in Early Childhood Education leverages her experience as an elementary school teacher to create broad educational — and social — change.
A TCU education and faith propel the alumna’s safety and fitness career.
The Radio Titans host opens up about his health struggles, realigning his career and the numerous life lessons learned along the way.
From “Formation” to “Lemonade,” this course utilizes the artistry, musicianship and feminism of Beyoncé to explore deeper issues of patriarchy, racism, classism and sexism in society.
A little flag from ill-fated Apollo 13 is on display at the Behavioral Research Institute.
For its 10th season, the festival featured performances of Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night.
Research + Discovery
Subjects of 1957 Army drawings find new life in Nicholas Bontrager’s work.
Layne Craig examines reproductive autonomy between the world wars.
Collaborations set the stage for TCU actors’ careers.
The comic has performed in some of the biggest clubs in Chicago, Los Angles and New York.
Art historian Lori Boornazian Diel decodes the story of Spanish invasion and the struggle to find a new identity after defeat.
When sensitive information gets hacked, Joshua Bentley says it’s important for corporations to iterate four elements.
Plus more career advice: I’m a freelancer — does it matter what I call myself?