TCU Alumni Relations’ first nationwide networking night drew more than 1,000 TCU grads in 14 cities. The second one is Jan. 8.
Minor league baseball announcer Anthony Oppermann ’04 calls the games for the Double A Fightin’ Phils of Reading, Pa.
Chris Leiss ’82 and former roommate Ted Brack ’84 had an idea for purple honey. Today, it’s Horned Frog Honey.
Musician Keegan McInroe ’05 is playing his way through Europe on a self-booked tour.
Former Horned Frog swimmer and Olympian Walter Soza ’96 (second from left) is still in the water these days, raising money to fight cancer through Swim Across America. Soza organizes and leads Team TCU in his spare time along with fellow Frog swimmer Layton Shaffner ’97 (far right). This summer, Team TCU raised nearly
Ravaged by renal failure and dialysis, John Medrano ’90 was worn out and resigned to death. As he neared the inevitable, he found a donor from an unlikely source — classmate Hazel Rhodes Thomas ’90.
When Matthew Brennan ’96 wanted to solve a culinary problem, the answer came from Chicago, Texas and California. At least the flavors from those cities did. Brennan, founder and CEO of SaSo, which sells sauces and marinades, says his love of cooking formed very early. “Growing up in Chicago, it is a melting pot,” Brennan
Melanie Harris Johnston ’78 was surprised when she was named the recipient of the prestigious 2013 Educator Award by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD). But she shouldn’t have been. This honor is just the most recent milestone in Johnston’s lengthy journey of helping people with disabilities — in particular, autism —