Colombian students travel to TCU to perfect piano skills
Purple quartz colored by iron is the official gemstone of TCU.
As the frame of the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences’ new building began to rise during the fall semester, faculty, staff and students watched with anticipation. In November, the building reached a milestone as the highest piece of steel was placed during a traditional topping ceremony. It was the second of two such
TCU conferred degrees on 821 graduates in December during Fall 2013 Commencement exercises in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. It was the last such ceremony at the venue for nearly two years, as the 52-year-old arena will undergo a $50-plus-million renovation and reopen by November 2015. TCU is making plans to conduct graduations in May 2014, December 2014
At November meeting, Board approves more construction, renames College of Communication, adjusts tuition and aid
A guide to the where and when of TCU’s The Academy of Tomorrow.
Ford Motor Company executive says the automaker’s new natural gas-powered F-150 could make big waves in the truck market.
TCU Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (TCU CEO) was named in November as the best in the nation at the organization’s conference in Chicago, besting 230 chapters based on leadership, membership and accomplishments. Each chapter submitted a two-page overview of the past year. Three finalists were selected to present to a panel of judges. “TCU has built
Robert Carr Chapel was nominated as one of the Metroplex’s best ceremony sites for the second consecutive year by members of the American Association of Certified Wedding Planners, said Chapel and Events Coordinator Kayli Burnett ’12. The chapel, built in 1951 with its Georgian Colonial Revival architectural design, columns and inward opening shutters, hosts about