The Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal Renee Peterson Trudeau ’88 Balanced Living Press Trudeau, an Austin-based writer and life coach, became a mother in 2002 and in her new book she writes how she discovered “a startling and disturbing truth about mothers everywhere – how little we cared for ourselves, especially in relation to how much
Brite Divinity School professor shines a light on depression in Defeating Depression: Real Help for You and Those Who You Love.
Author was 11 when millions of his countrymen in Sierra Leone were driven from their homes by civil war.
Eatery part of campus-wide slate of construction this summer.
Residential Hall Association and Residential Services let students vote for the best Horned Frog campus homes.
College will stage a series of monthly dialogues on public policy and the media with Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The university charted its first official master plan in 1991, imagining what the campus of the 21st century would be like. Challenges then are similar to today: finding a front door for TCU, deciding where to put parking and enhancing the physical beauty of the campus. Seventeen years and three chancellors later, that vision — and a lot more — is taking shape.
Waters dyed purple to celebrate the campus mainstay since 1969.