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Ben Thompson throws the Horned Frog hand sign during bows at reopening night of Waitress on Broadway. (Photo by Bruce Glikas, courtesy of Ben Thompson)

TCU alum ‘bleeds purple’ on some of Broadway’s biggest stages

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published December 13, 2021

TCU alum ‘bleeds purple’ on some of Broadway’s biggest stages

Higgins (third from left, bottom row) is a beloved member of TCU SDS (Photo Courtesy: TCU SDS)

Student development dean reflects on her 43 years at TCU

By Charlotte TomlinsonPublished December 7, 2020

TCU's associate dean of student development has seen the university blossom during her 43 years on campus. Dr. Kay Higgins, who is retiring this month, has seen the addition of state-of-the-art buildings...

Bell led the Frogs to an undefeated season and their first conference championship. (Photo courtesy: Eric Bell/Twitter)

Bell reflects on his journey in soccer after championship season

By Oscar SaraviaPublished December 6, 2020

Bell reflects on his journey in soccer The championship-winning coach is focused on more than just short-term results

Mary Ruth Jones, a cancer survivor, is escorted by the baseball and basketball team in a survivor parade in 2015

Mary Ruth Jones affects every Horned Frog she meets

By Marissa StacyPublished August 26, 2020

More than just a desk assistant: Mary Ruth Jones makes an impact on every Horned Frog she meets

FILE - In a May 4, 1970 file photo, Ohio National Guard moves in on rioting students at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. Four persons were killed and eleven wounded when National Guardsmen opened fire. The U.S. Justice Department, citing insurmountable legal and evidentiary barriers, wont reopen its investigation into the deadly 1970 shootings by Ohio National Guardsmen during a Vietnam War protest at Kent State University. Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez discussed the obstacles in a letter to Alan Canfora, a wounded student who requested that the investigation be reopened. The Justice Department said Tuesday, April 24, 2012 it would not comment beyond the letter.  (AP Photo, File)

Lessons of perseverance

By Olivia WalesPublished April 20, 2020

Lessons of perseverance

Domingo Estrada graduated in 2007 from TCUs SCCD. Photo courtesy of Domingo Estrada and Beowulf Sheehan.

Alum inspires current dancers to pursue their passions

By Robbie VaglioPublished January 14, 2020

For one TCU alumnus, dance was always on his radar, but he didn’t know if pursuing it would lead to the best return on investment.  Domingo Estrada, who graduated from TCU’s School for Classical...

Patton Maynard leads the Riff Ram chant in the student section at a home football game on September 30, 2018. Photo courtesy of Patton Maynard.

The star behind the stripes

By Olivia WalesPublished August 30, 2019

A sea of purple floods into Amon G. Carter stadium, creating a heartbeat that pulses louder and louder with each passing minute under the blaze of the Texas sun. Of course, he’s there. He’s...

Making the first year count

By Grace ToupsPublished May 27, 2019

The goal of TCU’s first-year experience is simple: to make sure incoming students feel at home and find their way.  For Trung Nguyen, assistant dean of TCU's Student Development Services, assuring...

TCU dean of admission  promotes diversity, equity and inclusion

TCU dean of admission promotes diversity, equity and inclusion

By Mariana RivasPublished May 5, 2019

When Heath Einstein was interviewed for his current position, he was asked what he would want TCU to do to diversify the campus, Associate Provost Mike Scott recalls. His response: they could start by...

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