Deborah Simpkin King ’76 talks to host James Creange ’17 about the impact of music, its cathartic powers and the way it connects people.
The political science professor talks about media bias during the Donald Trump presidential campaign.
The alumna discusses her work for NASA and the Smithsonian, including insight into Sally Ride’s life.
Ms. magazine put sexual harassment on its cover in 1977 and now the executive editor lends a hand to the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.
The host of KERA’s Think discusses her role as a conduit for people to tell about their ideas and how they arrived at their conclusions.
The KTCU host often had his finger on the pulse of music and entertainment as he interviewed dozens of celebrities.
Scott Ruck’s electric boating company is following the logic behind Tesla.
Dr. Justin Smith’s experience with the Advancing Healthcare Leadership program, a collaboration between TCU and Cook Children’s Health Care System, impacted him so much he wanted to teach a course.
Bob Schieffer ’59 talks about “fake news,” the pendulum of the U.S. presidency and his country music career.