Jim Estill cultivates a life of hard work and lends his business expertise even in retirement.
Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
With the popular Instant Pot, the alumna perfected recipes for butter chicken and more.
The Rev. Claude Walker ’77 DMin, an honorary trustee of Brite Divinity School, built his life around faith and education.
Readers answer: Did you meet your significant other here? If so, how?
A TCU education and faith propel the alumna’s safety and fitness career.
The Radio Titans host opens up about his health struggles, realigning his career and the numerous life lessons learned along the way.
Trading retirement plans for landmine removal efforts, the alumnus works to clear Cambodia and build schools.
November 29, 2017
Glynn Thompson ’78 trekked across Southeast Asia and “talked up the great programs at TCU.” His latest ventures brought him to Bhutan and Sri Lanka. “High elevations to support a high flying university,” Thompson wrote in an email. “Grateful for my time at TCU – and even at 62, still desire to explore and learn