Spring 2006
Features
Finding the real child
Houston Bowl Photo Gallery
Learning the Ropes
Social Climber
Following the Human Footprint
Departments
Alma Matters
Letters
Academe
Mem´ries Sweet
Riff Ram
AlumNews
Notables
Back Cover
Purspectives




Cover Story: Finding the real child
A monumental research project at TCU's Institute of Child Development may offer permanent healing to broken children and their families.

Houston Bowl Photo Gallery
From pre-game pep rallies and parties to 20,000 TCU towel wavers at Reliant Stadium to hoisting the trophy and dancing away 2005, Frog Fans had a New Year’s Eve to remember in Houston. And our own Linda Kaye ’63 was there to capture every angle.

Learning the Ropes
After 50 years, TCU's innovative Ranch Management program remains true to its roots.

Social Climber
By 2010, Scott Grischow '00 (MBA) plans to have conquered all seven continents' highest points.

Following the Human Footprint
Geology Green Chair J. Michael Fay, a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, traversed Africa by land and by air to chronicle the vanishing ecosystems.



Alma Matters
A Frog habitat house ... changes at the bookstore ... two graduations ... Piano Texas

Letters
Readers rant about Icky Twerp, being Greek and the sculpture program. And one thinks we're too biased.

Academe
Thinking like a CEO ... New DNA analyzer ... Contemporary issues in biology ... Private eyes, public service

Mem´ries Sweet
When love could not conquer all, Mrs. Ida Van Zandt Jarvis saved the day.

Riff Ram
First Person with two-sport star Chad Huffman ... A new scoreboard at Lupton Stadium ... Ashley Davis is good from distance ... Swimming/Diving dominate ... Equestrian to debut in 2006-07 ... Houston Bowl photo gallery

AlumNews
From Air Force One to Social Security press conferences, no two days are alike for Barrett Benge Karr '94.

Notables
Mary Pensworth Reagor '83 (PhD), Sheila Stark Phillips '56, Hal Brown '88, Beth Perkins '96, Colleyville Horned Frogs, Shannon McLinden '97

Back Cover
See anything familiar in the clouds.

Purspectives
Ashley Moore '05 takes on Manhattan and the magazine publishing world.