John V. Roach was a legend in business, a Fort Worth civic leader and the namesake of TCU’s honors college.
Trips across the city give students insights about equality, diversity and inclusion as they explore the world around them.
The sociologist brings race, feminism and social justice to the forefront of her classrooms.
1971 was quite a year. And I can speak from personal experience.
Fifty years ago, John Roach saw huge potential in the tiny microprocessorchip.
Wendi Sierra’s video game teaches the tribal language and folklore.
In purple and white overalls, the senior leads the TCU student sections on game day.
If you could create a cure for anything, what would it be and why?
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