TCU offered courses in accounting, business administration, finance, insurance, secretarial sciences and transportation utilities as early as 1884, but it wasn’t until 1938 that the university boasted of a school of business. In August 2013, TCU’s Neeley School of Business will turn 75, but that hasn’t stopped dean O. Homer Erekson ’74 from touting the
Three months after the December demolition of the east side of Amon G. Carter Stadium, steel framework and the beginnings of seating is rising up from the construction site. By May, the east side double-deck stands will be fully constructed, with work on the concourses and facade still to complete. The bottom 20 rows of
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Miss Texas Kendall Morris wins Lifestyle and Fitness competition and a $1,000 scholarship.
The 24,000-square-foot facility gives the school badly needed space for faculty offices and teaching.
TCU Special Collections has digitally scanned 10 of the 39 books, which now can be explored online.
New team revives a TCU tradition that dates back to the early 1900s.