Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Jim Schlossnagle, Head coach, TCU Baseball: The vertical line between his eyebrows is what I call a “freight train” line. This line indicates that he is intense. When he focuses on something he goes all out for it and lets nothing stop him. Like a freight train, once
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Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … German Gutierrez, Director of Orchestral Studies, TCU School of Music: His forehead says that he gets whatever he goes after. His broad cheeks tell me he has energy for the long haul. His major power dimples say that he is an exhorter who lifts others up by encouraging
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Wendy Davis ’90, Senator, Texas State District 10: Her Bambi eyelids may make her feel like someone tattooed on her forehead, “Please tell me all your personal problems,” because others open up and respond to those big eyelids. This same trait allows her to cut to the bottom
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Tejay Johnson ’12, All-American and First-team All-Mountain West Conference safety: He has warrior cheeks and can go the distance. Coupled with his big square chin, he is a person who is not afraid of competition and goes all out for his goals. Like a Super Ball, if he
Face reader Mac Fulfer’s take on … Mac Fulfer ’71, Amazing Face Reading: I have those horizontal Einstein lines on my forehead, showing that at some point in my life I pumped iron with my left brain. However, they are broken lines, which shows that I have a wide range of interests and that I
Professor Paul Boller’s linguistic role in World War II is part of an upcoming episode of the “History Detectives.”
For some students, Spring Break isn’t beer bongs and bikinis. It’s helping others through service-learning opportunities.
Students get real-world experience in campus reality show.
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Could you spell Fahrenheit? How about misogynist? Euthanasia? Tchotchka? Ephemeral? These kids can.
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Kathryn Cavins-Tull comes to Fort Worth from Bloomington, Ill., where she has been the vice president for Student Affairs/Dean of Students at Illinois Wesleyan University since 2005.