In-house interior designers are decor-minded gatekeepers of the TCU look.
Alumna and pilot diverted on 9/11 inspires Broadway hit.
After decades of war, alumnus works to clear the field and build schools.
TCU’s second Rhodes Scholar doesn’t waste a minute of his day or an ounce of his talent.
Physics prodigy tackles ‘the Big Kahuna’ in research.
February 8, 2018
The studio’s steampunk rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream features students from a collaborative apprentice program.
January 26, 2018
Despite a disappointing start to the conference season, men’s basketball regained life with a historic upset over West Virginia.
December 12, 2017
With six years of experience at TCU, the new AD plans to continue building momentum and serving student-athletes.
In more than a decade of commencement ceremonies, I have made it a point not to call attention to an individual student. But this past May I made not one but two exceptions.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Student musicians performed alongside professionals during the 40th anniversary of the TCU Jazz Festival at Ed Landreth Auditorium.
The new dean of the John V. Roach Honors College says resiliency is an important lesson for high achievers.
A look at the peaks and valleys in TCU’s broadband use.
Students experience art education beyond the classroom in local museums.
A library specialist discovered a letter from then-Sen. John F. Kennedy in the rare-item vault.
From The Rocky Horror Picture Show to Hidden Figures– faculty favorite films are as varied as the courses they teach.
Research + Discovery
A sympathetic ear can support healing after a stressful event.
A childhood marred by poverty and food insecurity can stay with people as they age, even manifesting as adult obesity.
Justice Journey illuminates Chicano culture in Texas in conjunction with the Latino/a Civil Rights Struggles course.
Sports: Riff Ram
In her fourth season as head coach of the women’s basketball team, Raegan Pebley emphasizes heart over hardwood.
Behind loyal senior leadership, TCU baseball reached its fourth consecutive College World Series.
Senior Principal at The Whitestone Group shares lessons learned in his 30-plus years of service and experience.
Mr. T asks in his career column, is it time to move on?
Backwoods bard mixes the creative and the chaotic at his theatre.
Will and Robert Brunner find their own pipeline to success in golf clothing line.
Chairs across campus create a welcoming environment and add flair to decor.
Students gain real-world experience with library redesign.