The former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and colleagues from TCU Press and the department of Political Science and English discuss a new book of his speeches and essays.
Worth Every Penny: Build a Business That Thrills Your Consumers and Still Charge What You’re Worth Erin Verbeck ’07 MBA Some small business owners opt to discount their products and services to gain new customers, but Verbeck and Sarah Petty offer an alternative approach that focuses on creating specialized offerings and over-the-top customer experiences. Available at
Corrinne “Rene” M. Powell ’63 from Cheltenham, United Kingdom, discovered her friend’s amazing license plate.
Under stormy skies in April, TCU Student Government Association dedicates campus marker honoring students who have died too young.
George Wirsdorfer ’63 (MEd ’66) brought his old student ID card to the 50-year reunion in May to the delight of classmates and the chancellor.
Two TCU ROTC alums serving with U.S. forces in Afghanistan
He once crushed opponents on the gridiron. Now he’s stepping above his competition by earning Texas’ top-artist prize.
Appointed by the president to lead the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board, Rod Ewing ’68 is advising Congress on the safest, most logical way to safely dispose of spent nuclear fuel.
In a chance encounter in Italy, Kerry ’73 and Clarence Scharbauer III ’73 met fellow Frog David Rigo ’80.