William Tweed ’73 MA (PhD ’75) spent two decades as a park ranger preserving the precious High Sierra and Sequoia forests. IN a new book, he reflects the parks’ enduring beauty and majestic strength.
Enrollment was 1,239 and half of those were women.
Now 101 years old, Margie Frost ’31 still thinks fondly of her TCU days, especially the rivalry with Baylor.
Susana Schuler ’88 named the 2011 First Amendment Service Award recipient from the Radio Television Digital News Foundation.
Former Horned Frogs hoops player Garry Randle is on a mission to help Fort Worth inner-city kids.
Justin Bailey ’98 represents a new generation in the gaming industry, pushing towards change and revolution into how we perceive and access video games.
Expanding your company to China? Joanna Shoemaker Crain ’96 started Chin-EASE to help corporations and politicians negotiate the culture and protocol.
Joni Beth Gray Ray ’79 is eager to brag on her finned adoptees — two dolphins named Harley and Ranger. They are among the hundreds of sea creatures she has helped rehabilitate …
Running a nightclub and working with the Border Patrol have one thing in common: the late-night life.