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.
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.
The William Luther Lewis Collection’s letters between Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley chronicles romantic poet rivalry.
TCU Special Collections has digitally scanned 10 of the 39 books, which now can be explored online.
Incorporating entrepreneurial skills into a science class, a chemistry professor and his students develop a middle-school teaching aid.
“Urban Cowboy” style Western shirt features horned frogs and dates to 1970s or 1980s.