FW Symphony’s Harth-Bedoya joins faculty of School of Music Conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya, music director of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra since 2000, became Distinguished Guest Professor of Conducting in the School of Music in March. Harth-Bedoya will work with students in the graduate and undergraduate conducting program, as well as the orchestral and chamber music
In March and April, TCU and Brite Divinity School found themselves in the middle of a flap tied to the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. Brite was to present its Black Church Leader Award to retired pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright of Chicago. But controversy ensued after Wright, former pastor to presidential candidate Barack Obama, made some questionable comments just a week prior. The event was moved off campus and the award presented privately to Wright the following month. The whole ordeal made national news. But such hullabaloo is nothing new to us Horned Frogs. Here’s a smattering of TCU “to-dos” through the years.
Gala kicks off public phase of The Campaign for TCU.
Taking out the trash has become the mission of every Horned Frog as students, faculty and administrators look for ways to conserve natural resources. A spoon made from potato is an excellent start in TCU’s quest to become clean and green.
Got a favorite tree? Then join The Great Tree Ring and help preserve our tall green friends.
At the new Frog Camp Eco, students help freshmen-to-be evolve from tadpoles to fully fledged Horned Frogs.
In April, students participated in the second annual “Tour de Frogs” road rally to promote environmental awareness and TCU’s Purple Bike Program. Participants stopped at four stations along the course to answer environmental questions on recycling and pollution.
Environmental science graduate students Jon Kinder and David Williams are studying plants for green roofs.
Boardsports Source editor Trey Cook ’84 is spending his life preparing for K2 climb.