El Frogs TCU and the State of San Luis in Argentina signed an agreement in late fall to establish a graduate scholarship at TCU for scholars from the South American state. Up to 20 students may come to campus each year for the next five years. At the signing ceremory, from left to right, are
Though none has taken place on campus, six rapes in the last year prompted a candlelight vigil and a reward to nab the perpetrator.
Even in concept, the William E. and Jean Jones Tucker Technology Center isn’t complete, so the drawings of the much-needed facility may change, but what you see is close to what the TCU community will receive as early as 2002.
For non-native English speakers, the latest learning lab on campus is helping out in some high-tech ways.
Home sweet housing Tom Brown Residence Hall will be razed in January, but the soon-to-be displaced juniors and seniors were given first choice to move into the first phase of the new Tom Brown/Pete Wright Residential Community. Some 213 students will begin moving in Jan. 13. Each apartment includes a refrigerator with ice maker, dishwasher,
Acclaimed Jewish author Chaim Potok — whose appearance was the first sign of TCU’s new Jewish Studies Program — told a packed Ed Landreth Auditorium that it’s okay to split the Star Trek infinitive so long as we discover the infinite worlds around us and in us.
Cherrio! In royal purple fashion, the Horned Frogs now have their first permanent international beach head with the official opening of the London Center, an educational facility located in the heart of London’s cultural district. The first students spent much of the summer doing what will be the hallmark for the center — getting away
Second, third, fourth and sixth rocks from the sun On the only planet known to support human life — and on the only campus known to support Horned Frogs — Green Honors Professor Ron Greeley told Honors Week audiences in April what’s going on beyond Earth — and why we should be concerned. “Consider Venus: