If students can imagine it, they can print it on one of the university’s nine 3D printers.
State-of-the art recycling kiosks reward students who scan and deposit bottles and cans with discounts at area businesses.
Theatre professor creates costumes that sing for children’s opera outreach.
Evaline Clarke Sellors’ “Young Girl” resides atop the old-school card catalog on the second floor of the Mary Couts Burnett Library
Purple quartz colored by iron is the official gemstone of TCU.
The holy book survived World War II and found a home at the Brite Divinity School Library.
Mid-century headwear is part of an archive of more than 2,500 articles of clothing in the historic costume collection maintained by Interior Design and Merchandising.
TCU now has 18 paintings and prints by the late Bror Utter, part of an influential group of artists known as the Fort Worth Circle.
The William Luther Lewis Collection’s letters between Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley chronicles romantic poet rivalry.