Spring 2019, TCU Magazine Podcast
Dr. J Mack Slaughter ’09 talks about what led him to launch a nonprofit that brings music to chronically ill children.
Web Extras | Topics: Alumni,College of Science and Engineering,podcast
The pitcher focuses on getting healthy and finishing his redshirt senior season before heading for the Major League.
Alumni, Sports: Riff Ram | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,Alumni,Neeley School of Business,Riff Ram
The director of the Harris Academic Resource Center discusses TCU’s STEM Scholar program and the importance of helping students succeed.
Alumni, Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Alumni,Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences,Staff Q&A
The center is now two times bigger and better.
Alumni, Campus News: Alma Matters, Features | Topics: Alumni
Amanda Stallings ’97 (MLA ’01) discusses the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center renovation and meeting people where they are.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni
In his eight-decade career, Jenkins wrote 24 books and hundreds of articles for Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni,Frogs We Will Miss
The Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofit provides housing as well as support and friendship for people fleeing persecution.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,Feature,Schieffer College of Communication
Jim Estill cultivates a life of hard work and lends his business expertise even in retirement.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,Feature,Neeley School of Business
Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Science and Engineering,Feature
TCU Magazine Podcast, Winter 2019
With the popular Instant Pot, the alumna perfected recipes for butter chicken and more.
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