Our resident sports nut and historian Dan Jenkins ‘53 remembers 1938 better than last week’s fried chicken. That title year – and a lot more – is all in his new TCU Football Vault, which he essentially wrote for free.
More than 86 percent of recent alumni say that a TCU education is “worth it,” survey finds.
Generous women at TCU cleaned out their closets this spring and donated about 340 fancy dresses to Texas women.
In the course called Multi-Platform Journalism, students debate how to cover a story using an ever-growing arsenal of new media technologies — from online video interviews to photo slideshows to blogs.
At 104, Lola May Armstrong Sherfesee ’24 can still recall her days on campus.
The economy is troublesome. In response, TCU will administer $150 million in scholarships, grants and loans – $73 million of it is institutionally funded.
A snapshot of what happened on campus this quarter
The December Commencement crowd offered a standing ovation to the two daughters of Capt. Chris Combest who accepted their dad’s diploma while he is serving in Iraq.
John O. Lumpkin, an executive with the Associated Press, will become the director of the Schieffer School of Journalism on June 1.