The on-campus lab school is still giving students a chance to shine.
The art professor is acting as an Arctic ambassador and filmmaker after his 19-day residency in the Far North.
The all-male choral group aims to leave a legacy through song.
The sports writer’s ultimate road trip records the sights, sounds and smells of the Lone Star State’s legendary football culture.
Preschoolers with Down syndrome prep for traditional classrooms.
January 27, 2017
The renowned Mexican-American history scholar’s speech correlates with the start of TCU’s new ethnic studies program.
December 16, 2016
Horned Frog Basketball’s favorite son is back, building an exciting future at what he calls “a new TCU.”
December 1, 2016
TCU student Kelcie Willis ’16 examined cultural variances in coping mechanisms.
The interior design luminary graces Architectural Digest’s top 100 list — again.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Research shows more comprehensive – not harsher – legislation curbs human trafficking.
With the 2016 release of his first book, Max Krochmal stepped into the national spotlight as an authority on social justice and activism in the Lone Star State.
A monthly bilingual support group at Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic offers hope for people working to regain the ability to speak.
She’s a flight nurse and team lead at MedCenter Air and President of Lily Pad Haven, which assists victims of human trafficking.
In a new installment of his Career Advice column, Mr. T. explains how to get hired with a stellar résumé.
Explaining the reach and impact of the 24 TCU graduates who help underrepresented high school students get to college.
Wall Street and Hollywood prepared Jason Foster for the sustainable spray container venture.
Famed sculptor and creator of the TCU Horned Frog rubbed for luck, died in October.
Chancellor Boschini writes that Starpoint exemplifies everything good about TCU.
The cognitive psychologist explores how students, workers and the elderly retain information.
Object Lesson: the story behind Starpoint School’s signature statue.
Inside the Classroom: Education majors learn to approach society’s issues through children’s literature.
TCU’s first women’s basketball coach and a beloved English teacher for 44 years, Bob J. Frye was known for grading