Brite graduate offers ray of hope to South African homeland.
The rest of the world has its view of Dan Jenkins ’53, and I have mine.
How a ’70 nursing grad became a best-selling author
Phillip Grace ’64 (MBA ’65) never had any formal art training. Good thing he didn’t just sit on a unique idea.
A young filmmaker adds his alma mater to his client list — before graduation.
World War II re-enactor Charles Varner ’70 travels through time.
Through the Ulster Project, Tom ’72 and Karen Bonjour ’72 direct a leap of faith for Irish Protestant and Catholic teens.
The story of Valerie Neal ’71: a TCU liberal arts graduate who came to be in charge of one of the Smithsonian’s top space artifacts.
From rebounding to corporate governance, James Cash ’69 has always had the drive for a challenge — and the wisdom to enjoy the journey.