Stephen Lewis ’90 created Tithe Wines and wanted to find common purpose with customers. Now, the fruit of the vine helps fund African wells.
Victor Neil ’92 started Love Our Local Animals to raise money for homeless, neglected and abandoned pets in the Fort Worth area.
Carlo Capua ’00 wanted to run his own business. His mom wanted to cook. Together, they created Z’s Café, which provides more than good food.
The philanthropic lessons learned on campus are life-changing for TCU students and alumni. Now they’re changing the lives of others and giving back in innovative ways.
In April, TCU named Trent Johnson as the 21st head coach of the men’s basketball program. Known as a program builder, he talked about guiding the Frogs as they enter the Big 12.
TCU now has 18 paintings and prints by the late Bror Utter, part of an influential group of artists known as the Fort Worth Circle.
When TCU gets in a person’s blood, it often gets passed on to family members. There may be no greater example of this than the McKnight family of Texas, which has an amazing four generations of Horned Frogs! It started with Ewell McKnight ’15, who was a football letterman not long after Texas Christian University