Author turned road trip into book exploring race and change in the U.S.
Green Chair lecturer bridges the wisdom of the founding fathers and 21st Century Islam
Freedom, safety and being heard are worldwide aspirations — including those involved in the Arab Spring, says foreign policy expert Dr. Shibley Telhami at 17th annual Fogelson Honors Forum.
Fort Worth-Dallas is among the fastest growing areas of the country. Zach Freeman ’13 is tapping ex-military servicemen to grow a moving business.
Pushing a friend for 26.2 miles, Connor Petty ’15 uses marathon training to achieve big dreams.
Stand-up paddleboarding is among the nation’s hottest water sports, and Tyler Marshall ’10 wants you to get on board.
John Giordano ’60 (MM ’63) has been a major player on the Fort Worth music scene for more than four decades, from conducting the symphony to serving as jury chairman of the Van Cliburn competition. This year, he retired from TCU.