In Their Own Words: A TCU Presents Panel About TCU's Race and Reconciliation Initiative
TCU’s Race & Reconciliation Initiative (RRI), TCU Magazine and the TCU Alumni Association virtually hosted “TCU Presents: In Their Own Words” on Feb. 28, 2023.
Honors Alumna Explores New Possibilities for Post-incarceration
Brooke Preston ’22 is extending her research and education in pursuit of a more equitable post-incarceration system.
Honors Returns Home to Sadler Hall
The John V. Roach Honors College returns to its foundational roots in the renovated Sadler Hall.
Designing New Methods for Social Change
In the course, “Design for Social Impact,” students use design and systems thinking to create community-based solutions for Tarrant County.
Q&A with Shannon Cooper, Honors Academic Advisor
Shannon Cooper is an Honors academic advisor for last names A-D.
Honors Heads to the College Football Playoff Championship
With an exciting Fiesta Bowl win, TCU Football made history as the first team from Texas to advance to the College Football Playoff National Championship. We followed up with Honors staff and students who traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, to represent TCU at the Fiesta Bowl.
Honors Heads to the Fiesta Bowl: Q&A with George Kamar
We spoke to Honors students traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, to represent TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. George Kamar ’25 plays quads in the drum line of the TCU Marching Band.
Graduating Honors Students Recognized at the Fall Laureate Ceremony
This December, the John V. Roach Honors College held the semesterly Laureate Ceremony in the Brown-Lupton University Union Auditorium.
Honors Heads to the Fiesta Bowl: Q&A with Leah Marut
We spoke to Honors students traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, to represent TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. Leah Marut ’23 is a flutist in the TCU Marching Band.