Highlights from the third annual Gates of Chai
The University’s yearlong Commission on the Future of TCU task force takes its last steps — recommending TCU’s first steps in the years to come.
History Prof. Julie Hardwick says that trying to pay the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker goes back further than the cliche itself.
Studying the fall’s presidential debates, senior Cinda Clark contends that honesty should have been the best policy.
When it comes to the office party, do you know how to avoid the social hangover?
“To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.”
Pointing to TCU’s new mission statement, Faculty Senate Chair Nowell Donovan shows how the words of one generation have a way of inspiring generations to come.
All in the TCU family. Despite his role in the Fox administration, Juan Hernandez ’78 MA (PhD ’81) launched his political career in 1996, campaigning vigorously for younger brother and attorney Francisco ’86 in an unsuccessful bid for a seat in the Texas House. Hernandez’ family is filled with additional purple blood: mother Mary Hernandez ’85, sisters Nina ’84 and Mary ’97, brother Daniel ’91 (a former TCU admissions counselor now working on a law degree and married to Evelyn Iglesias Hernandez ’96) and niece Marjorie Martinez ’98.
Since 1954, TCU has recognized the contributions of nearly 400 of its most outstanding alumni and friends. This year was no different, as a “star-studded” evening during Homecoming/Reunion weekend proved.