With the second largest theater organ in the world, Lew Williams ’75 puts on the greatest show on Earth.
A quarter century since the enactment of Title IX, the civil rights legislation calling for equal athletic opportunities for men and women student athletes, it is clear that Lady Frogs have come a long way — but the finish line is still a ways off.
Claude Ware ’46 (MBA ’48), a 78-year-old Buddhist monk, found a circuitous path to enlightenment serving as the administrative assistant for the Secretary General of the Vietnamese American Buddhist Congress.
New York fashion model and consultant Catherine Lippincott ’85 is championing the cause of 47 million “plus-size” women in America.
Photographer Kathryn Kuzmich ’93 spent three months in her ancestral homeland to reconnect broken family ties.
Philosophy professor Gregg Franzwa had to settle for a shallow pool, but his thoughts, as always, run deep.
In the grand tradition of family troupes, one of TCU’s most talented clans has found that the family that sings together…well, you get the idea.
When an already-successful watch company hires you to give advice, you had better give them more than the time of day. Fourteen Neeley School seniors did just that.
Deep in the heart of Texas, at least a billion barrels of oil wait to be found. Associate Prof. Stephen Weis and undergraduate assistant Brad Beadle ’97 engineered a way with Rockbit International to make drilling for that black gold more efficient.