Every university today distributes viewbooks, brochures and advertisements to publicize its many advantages to prospective students. But marketing the university isn’t a new concept at TCU. Here’s TCU’s 1903 pitch.
Special Collections has some of the earliest printed versions of the Bard’s works.
Alums recall the hilarity and hijinks that came with wearing Addy the Frog and SuperFrog costumes.
Justin Bailey ’98 represents a new generation in the gaming industry, pushing towards change and revolution into how we perceive and access video games.
Film showcases passion for Native American artifacts.
From decoding ancient artifacts to tracking water supply lines, TCU researchers are exploring unchartered areas of academia.
In the spring of 1910, fire destroyed the Main Building on TCU’s Waco campus, forcing the still-fledgling institution once again to rethink its future. Thankfully, the calamity emboldened the ambitious little university and set it on a course to Fort Worth.
Film-Television-Digital Media class examines vampires in modern culture.
Senior relief pitcher Eric Marshall sharpens his ability to focus.