Three-time All-American and All-SWC standout still considered by many as TCU Basketball’s greatest player.
After a career of teaching, sculptor of Clark Brothers statue produced one of TCU’s best-loved landmarks.
A hard-nosed defensive tackle for Dutch Meyer’s Horned Frogs in the 1950s, Herbert A. Zimmerman ’52 was a stalwart lineman and fierce tackler before becoming a successful college coach himself. Zimmerman passed away in October. He was 83. Zimmerman starred for TCU from 1949 to 1951, garnering All-Southwest Conference honors in 1950 and 1951. As
Bob J. Frye, TCU emeritus professor of English, was surrounded by former students when he received the Frances Hernandez Teacher-Scholar Award in February at the 80th meeting of the Conference of College Teachers of English. The statewide honor recognizes the lifetime achievements of an English professor in Texas and is the highest recognition given by
Shannon King Cave ’95 saw her best friend and TCU roommate Betsy Anne Clement die in a car accident when they were freshmen. Shannon is still paying tribute.
RiseSmart, the firm Dan Davenport ’96 helped co-found in 2007, helps companies transition laid-off workers to new jobs.
Bob Lamey ’60 has been the radio voice of the Indianapolis Colts since the 1980s.
From exposing exploitation to developing young female leaders, Kathy Spillar ’75 has taken up the cause of women for more than a quarter-century.
What puts women in the mood for sex? A book by former newspaper journalist Anne Rodgers ’75 expores the inspiration behind female desire.