Musician Keegan McInroe ’05 is playing his way through Europe on a self-booked tour.
When Matthew Brennan ’96 wanted to solve a culinary problem, the answer came from Chicago, Texas and California. At least the flavors from those cities did. Brennan, founder and CEO of SaSo, which sells sauces and marinades, says his love of cooking formed very early. “Growing up in Chicago, it is a melting pot,” Brennan
Melanie Harris Johnston ’78 was surprised when she was named the recipient of the prestigious 2013 Educator Award by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD). But she shouldn’t have been. This honor is just the most recent milestone in Johnston’s lengthy journey of helping people with disabilities — in particular, autism —
Army Cpt. Trent Colestock ’04 pushes for veteran support as a military defense liaison in Washington, D.C.
Cris Curnutt Daskevich ’90 oversaw the development of a new Pavilion for Women, which specializes in obstetric and gynecological care.
Paradoxically — and often when you least expect it — positive experiences can spring from negative ones. Cambria Dodd Russell ’96 (on right in photo of her and friends on the way to the Academy Awards) is living proof of that. While undergoing cancer treatment, Russell signed on as the main subject in Mondays at
In 2009, Keome Rowe ’11 traveled to Washington, D.C., to intern with the White House and learn the ins and outs of government. Almost immediately, he was hooked. Rowe, a former TCU Chancellor Scholar, knew then that he would someday pursue a career in politics. Just four years later, Rowe is assistant to Fort Worth
Sharon Benge ’68 (MFA) started a radio program 25 years ago to dig deeper into the Fort Worth/Dallas arts scene.
Rene Gomez ’09 and his cousin opened possibly the first web-based department store in Panama.