The walls will come tumbling down on the historic Brown-Lupton Student Center in June, paving the way for a new academic building to be called Clarence and Kerry Scharbauer Hall. Over 53 years, the building was central to how the university community came together.
Students are getting the real dirt about healthy eating through the Community Gardening for Active Citizenship project.
Eatery part of campus-wide slate of construction this summer.
Residential Hall Association and Residential Services let students vote for the best Horned Frog campus homes.
College will stage a series of monthly dialogues on public policy and the media with Center for Strategic and International Studies.
When fighter pilots began reporting out-of-body experiences during G-Force blackouts, Horned Frog doctor James Whinnery ’72 tracked down the cause.
Giving up life in a cubicle, she moved abroad and now helps coordinate short-term medical- and surgical-team visits in Guatemala.
After decades of toiling in quiet, TCU Press is stepping out.
Teams of MBA students get practical experience, companies get talented help.
From NASA telescopes to hydration science to the reasons we wait in line, TCU researchers are exploring unchartered areas of academia. This year, our annual online research feature looks at the work of 15 extraordinary professors.