Marcin Koziak and YouYou Zhang will go for gold at 14th Cliburn Competition in May.
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Students rank the TCU business program No. 5 in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek 2013 Best Undergraduate Business Schools.
Elaine Frontain Bryant ’90, senior vice president for non-fiction programming on the A&E network, returned to campus in February to share insights into the television industry. With titles such as “Duck Dynasty,” “Storage Wars” and “Paranormal State” to her credit, Bryant is a leading executive in reality TV. More than 50 film-television-digital media (FTDM) majors at
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In a Q & A with The TCU Magazine, political science professors Manochehr Dorraj and Carrie Liu Currier examine China’s growing influence in world’s energy markets.
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Three Tarrant political leaders say at 12th annual Wright Symposium that contentious culture in Washington, Austin focused on blame, rather than solutions.
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Could you spell kielbasa, detente or glockenspiel? Twenty-five of North Texas’ best young spellers could and competed at TCU for a spot in the national bee.
How to Get a Job class prepares students for the employment market.
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Two School of Music students are among the 30 pianists selected to go for the gold at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition May 24-June 9 in Fort Worth. They are Marcin Koziak, Artist Diploma student from Poland and YouYou Zhang, a graduate student in piano performance from China and the U.S. Koziak is
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Professor Suki John’s new book chronicles lifelong fascination with Cuban dance
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Nurturing the Soul of Your Family: 10 Ways to Reconnect and Find Peace in Everyday Life Renee Trudeau ’88 Austin writer Renee Trudeau ’88 follows up her book The Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal with this new book aimed at helping busy moms slow down and tune into themselves and their families. Available at reneetrudeau.com and major
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