U.S. Chamber of Commerce event brings together CEOs of today and tomorrow
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Author got the inside scoop on the stars, including Elizabeth Taylor, whom he profiled in the biography The Most Beautiful Woman in the World: The Obsessions, Passions and Courage of Elizabeth Taylor.
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Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Deborah Ferguson ’86, anchor, “NBC 5 Today,” KXAS-TV: Her close-set cheeks say she is the go-to person if there is a crisis, emergency or deadline. She can crank it into high gear and run circles around most people in getting it done. She has about four hours of
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A basic guide to the craft of reading faces.
We rounded up some famous TCU mugs for face reader Mac Fulfer ’71 to read – including his own.
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Bob Schieffer ’59, moderator, “Face the Nation,” CBS News: Bob’s high forehead, with its horizontal Einstein lines, indicates that he is not only brilliant but that he has also worked hard to develop his intellect. This premise is reinforced again by his even eyebrows, which show that he
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Chris Del Conte, TCU Director of Athletics: The high forehead says he is good with logic theory, planning and academics but needs distinctions. He wants to be able to compare and make up his own mind. The big lower area of his forehead indicates that he is earthy
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Victor J. Boschini, Jr., TCU chancellor: He is brilliant as shown by both his ears and his forehead. His dominant forehead belongs to a person good with logic, theory and planning; he can take on problems that might overwhelm others. The vertical access hairs at the start of
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Nowell Donovan, TCU Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs: He has Einstein lines that show he has worked hard to develop his intellect and he has pumped iron with his left brain. More telling is the incredible vertical “freight train” line. It almost looks like someone buried
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Darron Turner, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services: He has small high ears and high eyebrows: The small ears show that he takes in information best when he sees it. His ear and eyebrow combination indicates that he takes in information quickly — you