They may be separated by more than 8,000 miles, but TCU and Rwanda are growing closer every day. Kurk Gayle, director of TCU’s Intensive English Program (IEP), says the ties that stretch from campus to the east-central African nation, go back many years and involve people from all over campus. “I’m excited because this really
Part of German East Africa from 1894 to 1918, Rwanda came under Belgian rule after World War I, along with neighboring Burundi. Both the Germans and Belgians favored the minority Tutsi, awarding them access to education and government posts. This angered the Hutus, who made up 85 percent of the population. In 1959, Hutus rebelled
Even in an age of computers, theater professor LaLonnie Lehman ’73 (MA ’75) still considers costume design largely a hand-made pursuit.
As a child in Rwanda, Yannick Tona survived genocide to become a tireless promoter of tolerance and cross-cultural understanding.
Graduate and undergraduate students are studying the relationship between how we eat and hormones that affect appetite and what we eat and hormones that control blood glucose.
During World War II, TCU was home to the U.S.S. Jarvis and the U.S.S. Clark.
TCU researchers study how eating speed affects calorie consumption.
With a taste for LA living, Kirbie Johnson ’09 has become a California mainstay, serving as host and producer for POPSUGAR Beauty.
In recent issues, we asked readers to share the most valuable lesson learned during their time at TCU. Whether a person, a class, a professor or an event, the examples shared by alumni inspired us.