Home sweet housing Tom Brown Residence Hall will be razed in January, but the soon-to-be displaced juniors and seniors were given first choice to move into the first phase of the new Tom Brown/Pete Wright Residential Community. Some 213 students will begin moving in Jan. 13. Each apartment includes a refrigerator with ice maker, dishwasher,
Acclaimed Jewish author Chaim Potok — whose appearance was the first sign of TCU’s new Jewish Studies Program — told a packed Ed Landreth Auditorium that it’s okay to split the Star Trek infinitive so long as we discover the infinite worlds around us and in us.
More than a winning 6-5 record (much better than predicted) returned to the football program and Amon Carter Stadium. The efforts of Coach Fran (right) and the team led to a Sunbowl invitation in El Paso on New Year’s Eve, the first bowl game since the 1994 Independence Bowl. On your mark Get set, the
Chancellor Ferrari can sift and measure and strain like Chef Boyardee, but untimately we are the ones who determine how tasty TCU will be.
David Tice ’76 (MBA ’77) is among Wall Street’s best at predicting stock market downturns. No bull about it, he says, a severe bear market is about to take a bite out of America’s assets.
For a thousand years, South American healers have enlisted a certain weed to cure coughs, colds, even tuberculosis. Now, a small group of researchers — led by UC-Irvine Associate Prof. Edward Robinson Jr. ’84 and TCU Chemistry Prof. Manfred Reinecke — believe that something in wira wira may help defeat the virus that causes AIDS.
We ask the questions around here. And Faculty Senate Chair Sherrie Reynolds gives us answers.
Bill might be better off had he forgone a Cabinet meeting or two for a certain class in Beasley Hall this fall.