Themes of lauded film Hidden Figures linger as conversations about gender bias continue, especially in STEM fields.
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Skip Hollandsworth, in his nearly 30 years of writing, has chronicled the best and worst of the Lone Star State.
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The all-male choral group aims to leave a legacy through song.
The sports writer’s ultimate road trip records the sights, sounds and smells of the Lone Star State’s legendary football culture.
The art professor is acting as an Arctic ambassador and filmmaker after his 19-day residency in the Far North.
In the spring of 1910, fire destroyed the Main Building on TCU’s Waco campus, forcing the still-fledgling institution once again to rethink its future. Thankfully, the calamity emboldened the ambitious little university and set it on a course to Fort Worth.
Well before the 1910 calamity, TCU was no stranger to trials and challenges.
The 1910 yearbook was lost in the fire, but the quirky stories endured and found a place in the 1911 annual.
Dr. Ric Bonnell ’98 and wife Dr. Wendy Heger Bonnell ’95 were already helping in Haiti before the quake, but thanks to a united effort across the Fort Worth community they are doing even more.