TCU, Jarvis Christian Student Swap Broadened Perspectives
Students from Jarvis Christian College, a historically Black college, spent a week at TCU in 1968.
Mem’ries Sweet | Topics: Alumni,Mem'ries Sweet
HGTV’s Clint Robertson Builds an Empire
The Boise Boy and jack-of-all-trades is no stranger to TV or starting from scratch.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,Friend in the Business,Neeley School of Business
Maiden Brothers’ Community-Based Programs Nurture Potential in Dallas Youths
Education can lead to limitless possibilities, they say.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni,Athletics,Neeley School of Business
April 13, 2021
Sue Monk Kidd’s Reading List
Bestselling author Sue Monk Kidd ’70 shared a list of some of her favorite books and most impactful reads.
April 7, 2021
What are the odds?
While taking our anniversary trip to Big Bend National Park in March 2021, my husband and I decided to hike one final Texas trail on Saturday. Jacob and I traveled from our home in San Antonio. We had done four trails on Friday, so we were tired. We chose the Window Trail, a 5.6-mile round trip.
Skincare With a Conscience
FarmHouse Fresh sells locally grown, natural skincare products and provides sanctuary for rescued farm animals.
Features | Topics: Alumni,Feature,Neeley School of Business
Living Healthier Lives
Dr. Suzanne Bentz turned her weight struggles into a mission to help others.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni,What I Learned Since Graduation
Jess Erwin Saves Bears at Grand Teton National Park
A former teacher forged a career in Wyoming educating visitors about wildlife.
Alumni | Topics: Alumni,College of Education
Summer 2021, TCU Magazine Podcast
Brandon Kitchin Returns to Journalism
“It’s very emotional. It’s very powerful,” the writer says about his Summer 2021 cover story.
Alumni, Web Extras | Topics: Alumni,Schieffer College of Communication
February 4, 2021
Lillian Young’s Art Inspiration
Video: Lillian Young ’18 is the first African American artist in the TCU Mary Couts Burnett’s Art Collection.