What do you remember about your TCU graduation ceremony?
Readers remember the pomp and circumstance, family involvement and special celebrations surrounding commencement.
Alumni, Mem’ries Sweet, Recollections | Topics: Alumni,Mem'ries Sweet
Creativity Boosts Your Brain
Art helps the brain stay healthy, which leads to a thriving life.
Features | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,College of Fine Arts,College of Science & Engineering,Feature
Congaree and Penn Shrimp and Asparagus Risotto
Chef Trey Hartinger brings Florida flavors to life with a delicious recipe.
What Is a Mayhaw?
The tart tree fruit that looks like a cross between a cranberry and a crabapple grows wild in the swamps and sloughs of the Gulf states.
Strategy for Multiplayer Online Games: Keeping Bilingual Students in School
Steve Przymus says video games develop community for transnational children and prevent dropouts.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Education,Research & Discovery
Seeking Strategies to Help Children With Dyslexia
Tracy Centanni hopes her research leads struggling readers to success.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Science & Engineering,Research & Discovery
Scott and Lindsay Meyer Rely on History and Social Media at Rice Farm
In Florida, farmstead Congaree and Penn revives the heirloom grain.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Fine Arts,College of Science & Engineering,Feature
From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘Us,’ She Sets the Scene
Once a TCU soccer player, Ruth De Jong is a top Hollywood production designer with credits including the hit show “Yellowstone.”
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Fine Arts,Friend in the Business
A Look Inside Auctioneering
Morgan Hopson’s music career took a vocal turn — now she’s an award-winning auctioneer.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni,College of Fine Arts,how i got here,Neeley School of Business
Chancellor Responds to Coronavirus Challenges
There was no playbook for the spring semester of 2020.
Campus News: Alma Matters, Letters | Topics: Chancellor's message