Teacher turned principal, Barry Walters ’85 writes novel with help from his students.
Two-time All-American and national champion Sam Baugh ’37 helped revolutionize college football’s forward pass, bringing national acclaim to a tiny and struggling TCU. Eight decades later, he remains the Frogs’ greatest athlete ever — and maybe the NFL’s too — but football was only half his story. A movie star, coach and rancher, Sam was every bit a Texas legend.
Addition includes new classroom, multipurpose area for KinderFrogs.
Ex-football brothers are now helping boys and girls from their old neighborhood become the next generation of stars — and maybe future Frogs.
Booted off “America’s Got Talent,” John Angeles ’05 landed in “Stomp.”
Oil tycoon turned energy crusader urges end of dependence on foreign oil and support of wind and solar power.
Sculptor Etty Horowitz ’96 MFA uses her art to raise money for lymphoma research.
The Henry Ford Museum president says TCU fine arts class sparked career in museum field.
All that’s left of Fort Worth’s first public golf course are the legends — and an old bridge you’ve probably walked across.