Melvin O. Dacus ’44 — the father of musical theatre in Fort Worth — passes away at 76
With one simple algorithm, George Fassett Jr. ’97 has brought order to the world of 3-D games . . . and may one day straighten up your part of the World Wide Web, too.
When conventional teaching runs out of textbook answers, Wedgwood Academy Director Rachel Wittich ’91 steps in, providing a successful learning environment for kids others have written off.
Joan Hewatt Swaim ’56 remembers the biology field trips to the coast with “Daddy,” or Prof. Willis G. Hewatt.
Mike Xu, assistant professor of Chinese, has a theory — and evidence — that may change everything we know about ancient Americans.
Foreign orphans have flowed into American homes over the past decade, each clutching the dreams of the adoptive family. But not everyone lives happily ever after. Sometimes, the children are simply broken.
But there is hope. In TCU’s psychology department, researchers are fast becoming national leaders in understanding how to repair these precious lives.
Twenty students participated in the summer’s latest TCU in Hungary program, eleven of them photographers. Their task? To define a city on film.