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
The alumnus talks about the promise he kept with his late wife and his commitment to helping homeless people.
Alumnus rides the ups and downs of ranching.
Now in remission from leukemia, the alumna aims to raise awareness for the bone marrow donor registry.
An art dealer’s story of friendship takes on a life of its own as a movie, Same Kind of Different As Me, now in theaters.
Allene Jones ’63 wasn’t making a statement when she enrolled at TCU, she just wanted a degree.
TCU’s second Rhodes Scholar doesn’t waste a minute of his day or an ounce of his talent.
After decades of war, alumnus works to clear the field and build schools.