In the TCU Costume Studio, professionals and students collaborate and create for the stage.
Art Under the Tuscan Sun
A residency in Italy gives TCU graduate students a new perspective.
Learning to Listen
TCU professors seek ways to improve communication between civic leaders and Black constituents.
Can Boxing Strike a Blow Against Parkinson’s?
A pilot study will put data behind the idea that an exercise program can delay symptoms of the disease.
Features, Research + Discovery | Topics: Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences,Research & Discovery
A Stronger Voice
James D. Rodriguez is analyzing signs of vocal trouble before it can be heard.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Research & Discovery
Black Student Presidents Blaze Trails
Leslie Ekpe and Lau’Rent Honeycutt are first to hold their offices.
Features | Topics: College of Education,Feature,Neeley School of Business
Can a Lynching Spark Change?
Fred Rouse died at the hands of a mob in 1921. Now Adam W. McKinney leads a drive for reconciliation and remembrance.
Features, Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Feature,Research & Discovery
1971: A Timeline
A look back at what was going on at TCU and around the world in 1971.
Features, Mem’ries Sweet | Topics: Feature,Mem'ries Sweet
Making All Students Welcome: A Q&A with Frank Hernandez
The College of Education dean focuses on Latino and LGBTQ communities.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Education,Research & Discovery
August 31, 2021
TCU Presents: How to Remember
Twenty years have passed since 9/11. The memories still hold significant power.