Todd Camp ’88 is returning for his 10-year reunion. And he’s bringing his irreverent comic strip, The Campus Underground, with him.
Second, third, fourth and sixth rocks from the sun On the only planet known to support human life — and on the only campus known to support Horned Frogs — Green Honors Professor Ron Greeley told Honors Week audiences in April what’s going on beyond Earth — and why we should be concerned. “Consider Venus:
The Natural ending Now, this was a ballgame: The score was tied 7-7, bottom of the ninth, two outs, two strikes and the Frog’s go-to slugger, senior right fielder Chris Connally was at the plate. And Mighty Casey didn’t strike out to end the annual April Battle at the Ballpark. Instead, as Texas Coach Augie
Chancellor-elect Michael R. Ferrari — who puts the pedal to the metal on July 1 — knows where he’s been… and he knows where he’s going, too.
I will impart this Art by precept, by lecture and by every mode of teaching. . . according to The Law of Medicine. –Hippocratic Oath
The author of Walking TCU: A Historical Perspective shares personal memories of Jarvis Hall–one of the two oldest buildings on campus.
With Biosphere 2 as their personal lab, Kristi Argenbright and two other TCU students spent a semester in the Arizona desert trying to understand Mother Earth and learning how to conserve her.
At least that’s what students call Germán Gutiérrez–not because he demands it, because he’s earned it. Teacher, conductor and director of TCU’s fledgling Center for the Performance of Latin American Music, he’s brought to campus his own brand of Latin salsa, spicing up TCU’s already tasty music department.