In light of TCU’s first bowl victory in 41 years just a few months ago, I had two telephone conversations that belong somewhere in this issue.
Exotic friendships: Bonds forged with animals like Indy, the black rhino, and Denise, the two-hump Bactrian camel, makes Lisa Fitzgerald’s job at the Dallas zoo worthwhile.
Scratching out an existence and an education on the Texas prairie, our TCU forefathers had no time for anything else. Well, almost.
Public speaking affects everyone differently — but perhaps not in the ways that you think.
The Danube River may be known for its romance, but its ecology also holds a few real-world lessons.
Serious fans. Whether watching the men’s or women’s basketball teams, Frog fans were not disappointed, though the men’s 19-9 record was down from their undefeated conference record a year ago. Both squads earned berths for WAC Tournament play, the women earning their first postseason victory ever, against the UTEP Miners. Kidding around. Some 70 student
Fresh from the Sun Bowl, Coach Dennis Franchione was honored by the Fort Worth City Council on Jan. 19 — which was proclaimed TCU Horned Frog Day — in honor of the victory.