Image magazine

Image magazine, which was founded in 1973, is a general interest magazine produced by TCU students. It is printed once a semester.

Faculty member connects students with community

Located on the second floor of Jarvis Hall, Melissa Gruver’s office is decorated with fliers for all sorts of TCU student organizations like Meals...

Fall fashion takes a twist on the basics

This fall, no true fashion revolution took place. Instead, designers focused on twisting the basics and playing with colors, textures and patterns in a...

Student journal editor-in-chief shows off poetry skills

Grass Matters The wind waves  over taxidermied trees;  Leaves and berries pop  like Technicolor  and rays ultraviolet  their way through cracks in honeycomb branches.  The stream sidewinds through the forest, blue and...

Students feel peers aren’t invested in 2012 election

In 2012, President Barack Obama and Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face off the for the presidency. While this election may have direct implications for...

Image Magazine: Spring 2019

In this issue: Cherub: Champagne Showers; A look into the unsuspecting role of typography in the future of fashion; Is neon the new black? And moreā€¦

University bridging the diversity gap

Shain Thomas doesn’t fit the TCU stereotype. Yes, like 73 percent of TCU students, Thomas is white. But he’s also Scottish. And liberal. And Jewish. And...

Is the Common Reading changing college?

Universities are grappling with creating a marketplace of ideas that challenges thought and opinion while simultaneously valuing student well-being.

Student veterans discuss life after G.I. Bill change

Landon Woods knows what it means to face a life-or-death situation head on. A sniper shot him in 2005 while he was stationed in...

Fort Worth renovation creates a more unique city

In a city filled with culture, history and a small-town vibe, Fort Worth has grown to be the booming metropolis of the Southwest. One...

Millennial generation redefining the future

Whether being referred to as “The Trophy Kids” or “The Me Generation” by some, or “Generation Y” and  “The Entitlement Generation” by others, the...
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