The opening credits of Radio-TV-Film’s Chuck LaMendola include at least a half-dozen television industry awards, but if you think this no-nonsense Italian is kicking back and kissing the tips of his fingers, just forgetaboutit.
In covering tragedy, the media inadvertently create another one.
Experience, as well as empathy, are two byproducts of the psychology department’s outreach internship program.
Across the globe, frogs are dying or showing up with deformities. And as canaries in coal mines once warned miners of danger, frogs may be delivering a message to humans.
Five-member panel at TCU’s fifth annual Women’s Symposium discusses the conflict between family and career.
Sometimes when I witness or read about university life today, or hear ruminations on the university life of tomorrow, I feel light years away from 1952 when I was a freshman at TCU.
Robyn Ross ’99 writes from Fort Worth that after four years of college — including a one-year position as Class Notes editor for The TCU Magazine — she has graduated from TCU and will soon pursue a graduate degree in communication studies. She adds that while reporting the highs and lows of your lives, she often wondered what happened in between.