With the selection of the first dean of the College of Communication, the university ends its nearly two-year quest to fill all seven dean’s chairs.
TCU Jazz Ensemble performs at the 8th Annual Honolulu Jazz Festival.
One month after the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks, four Nobel Laureates brought TCU a message of peace.
TCU Men’s Golf rounds out a stellar fall.
Ground breaks for the Charles and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium.
Judging from last season, the Lady Frogs are poised to rock the conference.
And this crowd pleaser is expected to lead the team on the court.
There are a lot of things one could say about the irascible Billy Tubbs. Unsuccessful is not one of them.
Realizing her success depends on her strength, Senior Jaime Walker decided long ago to count her can-dos instead of her can’t-dos. Her choice to live life as barrier-free as possible is a blessing.
The question has risen more than once; often in quiet conversation, seldom in public debate. Now, in a time when “Christian” carries myriad connotations, some wonder: What does the “C” in TCU really mean? We decided to ask an expert. Church historian and chancellor emeritus William E. Tucker has a lifetime connection to TCU, including 19 years at the helm. With some prodding, he agreed to share his perspective with the magazine, as did a few others. We think you’ll discover in these answers what we did: You put the “C” in TCU.