The TCU Class of 1912 transplanted a tree to mark the university’s move to Fort Worth.
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The symbol of strength includes elements of brass, bronze, amethystine quartz and salvaged wood.
A library specialist discovered a letter from then-Sen. John F. Kennedy in the rare-item vault.
The “Shall We Dance?” 3-D sculpture was inspired by motion.
Object Lesson: the story behind Starpoint School’s signature statue.
A spectacular wave of revelry.
If students can imagine it, they can print it on one of the university’s nine 3D printers.
Purple quartz colored by iron is the official gemstone of TCU.
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The holy book survived World War II and found a home at the Brite Divinity School Library.