Jim Wright's journals offer an inside view of political life.
Over the course of five decades, the Montessori School of Fort Worth has developed lifelong learners.
Miguel Cruz, Elvis Gallegos bring TCU football to Spanish speakers.
Deborah Simpkin King creates transformative concert experiences.
The political science professor talks about media bias during the Donald Trump presidential campaign.
Computer scientist Liran Ma is developing a program to make an iPhone operate as a hearing aid.
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.
Congressman Jim Wright’s papers are now part of Mary Couts Burnett Library’s Special Collections.
The library’s vault of historic writings and artifacts chronicles the history of TCU and Fort Worth.
Research + Discovery
Political scientist Adam Schiffer unpacks the bias charge against the media.
Campus News: Alma Matters
In 2017, 669 full-time professors, instructors and lecturers disseminated knowledge and mentored students.
With design thinking, a marketing professor encourages students to try, try some more and remember to work together.
Documentary filmmaker and alumnus wins an award for Man on Fire.
Kara Dixon Vuic unravels the role of “girl next door” entertainers.
Alumni, Web Extras
Deborah Simpkin King ’76 talks to host James Creange ’17 about the impact of music, its cathartic powers and the way it connects people.
Smart companies have an exit strategy if things don’t go as planned and improvement seems unlikely. They are necessary for people, too.
Catherine Coleman investigates the link between marketing campaigns and inequalities women experience in economic markets.
The TCU Class of 1912 transplanted a tree to mark the university’s move to Fort Worth.
An enzyme may be key to stopping tough bacterial infections.
TCU professors discuss the importance of creativity across all disciplines.
MFA grad never stops moving as she leaps from ballet to modern to more
The alumnus discusses how concepts he learned from Coach Gary Patterson have transferred to other facets of his life.
Alumni, Sports: Riff Ram
The spirit coordinator and Showgirls director brought the iconic white boots to Horned Frog game day.
Readers share tales of the TCU horned frog through the years, from Addie to SuperFrog.
Theatre TCU performed the timeless comedy Tartuffe at the Jerita Foley Buschman Theatre in March.