A sample recipe from Big Ranch, Big City Cookbook by Louis Lambert ’81 and June Naylor ’79
For scientist Walter Kiefer ‘84, the mysteries of the moon are more than poetic.
Editor-in-chief Sara Peterson ’96 launched HGTV Magazine and led the startup to 1 million circulation.
International disease detective Rebecca Coulborn tracks the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
With a No. 1 song under her belt this summer, Heather Morgan ’02 finds her voice as country music songwriter.
Educator Nancy Spencer ’78 released her first e-book in a series of 26 — one for each letter of the alphabet.
Finance major is now CEO of Dallas-based Crosstex Energy.
In May, Reid Ryan ’95 moved from running two minor league affiliates to lead the front office of the Houston Astros.
After retiring from 39 years in the TCU School of Art, Jim Woodson ’65 is tabbed by the Texas Legislature as one of the state’s official visual artists.
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.