The sociologist brings race, feminism and social justice to the forefront of her classrooms.
Students from Jarvis Christian College, a historically Black college, spent a week at TCU in 1968.
TCU’s tree walk, which debuted in 2010, highlights 14 of the 40 species across campus. With more than 3,200 trees, TCU has been recognized as a Tree Campus USA school.
The Covid-19 pandemic gave us a tumultuous roller coaster of a year — full of lessons, loss and seemingly insurmountable challenges. But it gave us gifts as well and helped show the world that Horned Frogs are made of grit, intelligence and resilience.
A couple weeks after the 2020 election, Kris Bunton asked Bob Schieffer ’59 about journalists’ vital role in preserving democracy.
What is intersectionality? How does Beyonce represent it? What is feminism?
News media adapts to challenges, from shrinking revenue and vanishing jobs to public distrust and a world in chaos.
The Art Galleries at TCU’s fall exhibition, CREATE + PROTECT: Fashioning Safety in Times of Pandemic, called for artistic renditions of facial coverings.
Are teachers happy? Do students like the library? Jo Beth Jimerson looks beyond numbers.