Blissful Lies: Jennifer Brown-Thomas ’11
Prolific twists and turns are a surprise to author Jennifer Brown-Thomas ’11 too.
A treasured signature: Alumna shares family
Britta Natwig Hinze ’04 found her grandmother’s scrapbook — and an old autograph from Davey O’Brien.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Athletics
Lighting the tree
About 4,500 students, faculty, staff and alumni filled the Campus Commons for annual Christmas Tree Lighting tradition.
The way we were: Jack White ’49
Artist, historian, collector and creative genius Jack White ’49 left his mark on his school and hometown.
Kicking ash: Volcanologist James White ’81
Volcanologist James White ’81 has watched a new island being born on the Pacific floor, explored 8 million-year-old volcanic remnants in Arizona and staged explosions in a lab in Germany.
Performance art: TCU Dance workshops with Jacques d’Amboise
Jacques d’Amboise, the National Dance Institute founder, spent a week on campus in September as the Green Chair Professor in Dance.
Features | Topics: College of Fine Arts
TCU’s Families, Autism and Child Emotion Studies Laboratory is helping unlock knowledge about mysterious disorder..
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: College of Science & Engineering
Far afield: TCU Study Abroad Photo Contest
Study Abroad Photo Contest showcases students’ travels.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Campus news
Game on: Sports broadcasting
Film-Television-Digital Media Department’s sports broadcasting program has new HD equipment as part of $2.6 million upgrade.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Schieffer College of Communication
Professors examine Fort Worth’s image with young professionals.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Neeley School of Business