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.
Joe T. Garcia’s Chef Lanny Lancarte II ’97 proves when it comes to nouvelle cuisine, you can come home again.
For nearly a quarter century Ann Koonsman ’68 has shared talents going beyond music.
NASCAR rookie Larry Foyt ’00, the son of the unequaled A.J., is fast proving that racing — and winning — are just a Foyt family tradition.
Col. Neal Burnette ’66 caught the bug to study deadly viruses as a TCU student. Now this Army colonel is one of the U.S. military’s chief weapons against these unseen killers.
Scaling snow-capped mountains is a lifestyle for John Marshall ’71 (MBA ’73), one that has offered views others only dream about.
From New York to Fort Worth, antsy ‘Amphibians’ are creating their own work.
Erin Wood ’86 created Tamale Molly with the notion that the nation is ready for gourmet vegetarian tamales — and willing to help fight hunger at the same time.