Princeton University politics professor Keith Whittington visited TCU to talk about the importance of supporting free speech on campus and encouraging the debate it can generate.
Author: Michelle Carter
Industry speakers visited TCU to talk about their careers with students seeking more information on what it’s like to work in the media.
Matt Vogel talked about substance abuse and how to create a dialogue that helps students feel empowered about making healthy and safe decisions.
Model Katie Willcox visited TCU to talk about body image in the age of media manipulation and how women can be empowered to live healthier lifestyles.
The youngest person to run for city council of Wylie, Texas visited TCU to participate in a panel about diversity in politics.
The “Man on Fire” screening discussed racism in Grand Saline, Texas and what pastor Charles Moore did to bring awareness to the situation by setting himself on fire.
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TCU hopes to increase the number of students who study abroad with a new program in South Africa.
Students appreciated the film’s depiction of unity, strength and community after attending the screening sponsored by TCU.