TCU Points of Pride
12 points of pride provide a snapshot of how the university stacks up.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Student resources
Insights Into Introverts
Quiet workers, often overshadowed, bring balance to an office.
Features | Topics: College of Science & Engineering,Feature
Chancellor: TCU Invests in Health Care Innovation
We lead on through research, education, empathy and a commitment to the greater good.
Topics: Chancellor's message
On Stage: Behind the Lens
Students channeled popular female musical theatre characters for photography project.
Kirk Saarloos is TCU’s New Era of Baseball
The head coach talks about the team’s position in Fort Worth and what it means to be a good family person.
Sports: Riff Ram | Topics: Athletics,Q&A
Arnie Gachman Makes Fort Worth Better
The industry titan-turned-philanthropist strives to make his city a healthier and more just place.
Alumni, Features | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,Feature,Neeley School of Business
The Weight of Society’s Judgment
Jeannine Gailey’s research highlights size discrimination in health care, career options and more.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Science & Engineering,Research & Discovery
Randy Parker’s Road to Success
Skills learned on the court at TCU helped prepare the Killer Frog for his jobs with GM, Nissan and Hyundai.
Alumni, Features | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,how i got here
Laura Phipps Curates Her Career
The assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art uses her experience as a painter.
Alumni, Features | Topics: College of Fine Arts,College of Science & Engineering,Feature,Friend in the Business
Marshall Harris: Arts and Athletics in France
The football player-turned-artist flew to France for a three-month residency. His travel companion and journalist wife June Naylor shares the story.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Athletics,College of Fine Arts,Feature,Schieffer College of Communication