The Paradise Vendor by David Alan Hall ’97 details one man’s lifelong quest to bring a little paradise to the world, while In the Way Elephants Do by David L. Kilpatrick shares recollections of a 100-year-old bull elephant.
Campus News: Alma Matters |
TCU signs dual-degree agreement with the Universidad de las Americas, nursing workforce scholar Peter Buerhaus discusses the nursing shortage and the TCU Board of Trustees executive committee approves a new pricing structure.
Irish poet Rita Ann Higgins visits campus.
Jon Drummond ’89 wins Olympic gold.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Track and Field
Addison and Randolph Clark bronze statues get annual protective covering.
Freshmen non-engineering majors try to build a better robot.
Baseball could break ground by summer on a new $7 million lighted complex, and the rec is undergoing a $27.5 million expansion.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Baseball
It may be his first head coaching job, but the Frogs’ 29th gridiron boss has the coaching business.
Sports: Riff Ram | Topics: football
The hit Hollywood movie Proof of Life — starring Meg Ryan, Russell Crowe and David Morse — makes for great cinema: an American engineer captured by South American guerrillas. A forlorn wife. A handsome “kidnap and ransom” negotiator. A daring rescue in the heart of the guerrilla camp. But after hearing the story that inspired the movie, you may wonder why Hollywood changed the plot at all.
The tale of another TCU kidnapping