Message from the Dean
Plans are moving forward for the Library renovation! 2014 looks to be the year that construction could start. The purpose of the renovation is to address critical space shortages for book stacks and student seating.
Message from the Friends of the TCU Library President Ed Fritz
As the new president of the Friends of the TCU Library, I am looking forward to an exciting year!
Thumbs Up! TCU Press Honored with Awards
A 'thumbs up' goes to the TCU Press for being recognized for their outstanding work as a publisher.
New Library Facility and Library Services
The Library will move a substantial portion of its book collection to a new off campus facility, about two miles from today's Library.
Maples from the Fifties
Special Collections showcases the talent of Harold Maples, editorial cartoonist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for nearly 30 years, with an online exhibit.
Designed for Student Collaboration. For a number of years, one of the most sought after resources in the Library has been our group study rooms and Information Commons "Frog Pods."
Senior Honors Thesis Project
In December 2012, the TCU Library--in cooperation with Honors College administration--began the process of archiving Honors students' senior theses in its digital repository.
Five Favorite Books Posters
The TCU Library held its first annual event, "My Five Favorite Books" in conjunction with National Library Week, April 14-20. We asked the TCU community one simple question: What are your Five Favorite Books?
Reading is Fundamental
The Library recently partnered with TCU's Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority by donating 450 Read bookmarks to be given to students during the Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program at George C. Clarke Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas.
Staff Highlighter: Cheryl Sassman
Position: Head of Circulation
Hometown: Austin, TX
Years of Service: 22 years
Denim & Diamonds: TCU Texas Book Award Dinner
An awesome evening of fabulous food and live entertainment awaited guests dressed in denim and diamonds at this years TCU Texas Book Award Dinner honoring Rick Bass.
In all of sports, there's only one Horned Frog. Ever wonder how SuperFrog came about? The story of SuperFrog is actually a curious one.
Each year, the Mary Couts Burnett Library invites remarkable speakers—TCU faculty—to share their experiences and speak about their newest books or real-world experiences.
The Love Continues
Who Loves the Library more? It's been said third time's a charm, but the second time isn't too shabby, especially when it comes to hearing how much the students LOVE the TCU Library.
- Spring 2013 Home Page
- Message from the Dean
- Message from the Friends of the TCU Library President Ed Fritz
- Thumbs Up! TCU Press Honored with Awards
- New Library Facility and Library Services
- Maples from the Fifties
- Senior Honors Thesis Project
- Five Favorite Books Posters
- Reading is Fundamental
- Staff Highlighter: Cheryl Sassman
- Denim & Diamonds: TCU Texas Book Award Dinner
- Speaker Series
- The Love Continues
- Previous Newsletters
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