Two Frogs earned top honors at prestigious international piano competitions.
For personal items and TCU-themed gifts look no farther than artists and crafters.
In the 1980s, she helped run Women’s Basketball’s offense. Today, at Balcom Agency, they call her “The Champion of Wow.”
Shannon King Cave ’95 saw her best friend and TCU roommate Betsy Anne Clement die in a car accident when they were freshmen. Shannon is still paying tribute.
RiseSmart, the firm Dan Davenport ’96 helped co-found in 2007, helps companies transition laid-off workers to new jobs.
Bob Lamey ’60 has been the radio voice of the Indianapolis Colts since the 1980s.
From exposing exploitation to developing young female leaders, Kathy Spillar ’75 has taken up the cause of women for more than a quarter-century.
What puts women in the mood for sex? A book by former newspaper journalist Anne Rodgers ’75 expores the inspiration behind female desire.
Horatio Porter ’92 (MBA ’94) is focused on transportation as the new chief financial officer for the North Texas Tollway Authority.