A new coach and four senior believers lead TCU men's hoops to new heights
Themes of lauded film Hidden Figures linger as conversations about gender bias continue, especially in STEM fields.
Skip Hollandsworth, in his nearly 30 years of writing, has chronicled the best and worst of the Lone Star State.
TCU writing instructor Cynthia Shearer sets the record straight on Fletcher Henderson.
On stage or in class, Joey Carter fills the room with melodies and rhythm.
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.
February 11, 2019
Dorothy Fortenberry will join a list of lauded writers to participate in TCU’s Live Oak Reading Series.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Student in TCU high school program works on medicines of tomorrow.
Hospitals must plan ahead or risk short staffing in crises, nursing professor finds.
From Waco YMCA to NIT Champions, Horned Frog hoops has experienced a range of highs and lows.
A doctor’s invention saves babies in the developing world.
Alumni, Campus News: Alma Matters
As chief inclusion officer, Darron Turner will collaborate with faculty, staff and students to ensure everyone’s voice is valued.
Sports: Riff Ram
The junior rifle shooter won the 2016 NCAA Sportsmanship Award for self-reporting a misfire.
Jennifer Dasher ’03 has done costume design for Paula Abdul and technical rehearsals for Taylor Swift.
Matt Hovde, director at The Second City, finds success by embracing fear, empathy and the word “yes.”
When was the last time you kicked the tires on your career?
If you could create a class at TCU, what would it be?
There are few things more magical for the Horned Frog family than when we celebrate spectacular moments together.
The “Shall We Dance?” 3-D sculpture was inspired by motion.
Students learn to plan, prepare and present gourmet food, with a focus on nutritional value and visual appeal.
Theatre students performed Oscar Wilde’s farcical comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest.”