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Michelle Carter

Michelle Carter is a journalism major and criminal justice minor from Santiago, Chile. Michelle enjoys bingeing movies and series, writing and listening to good music and podcasts.

Review: “Operation Finale” misses an opportunity

Based on the true story of how Israeli Mossad agents are sent to Argentina to find Adolf Eichmann, a Nazi war criminal.

Review: Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman” brings it on

Lee’s freshest film follows the story of Colorado Springs’ first African American police officer who manages to infiltrate the KKK in the 1970s.

Politics professor encourages universities to embrace free speech

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.

Media industry experts give students insight on careers in media

Industry speakers visited TCU to talk about their careers with students seeking more information on what it’s like to work in the media.

Health specialist encourages students to ‘just say know’ to substance use

Matt Vogel talked about substance abuse and how to create a dialogue that helps students feel empowered about making healthy and safe decisions.

Model pushes for female empowerment through new book: ‘Healthy is the...

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.

Aspiring Texas politician talks diversity, criminal justice reform

The youngest person to run for city council of Wylie, Texas visited TCU to participate in a panel about diversity in politics.

‘Man on Fire’ discusses the lingering racism in Grand Saline, Texas

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.

Oscars: Which films are competing for Best Picture Sunday, where to...

Which one will take the gold? Tune in Mar. 4 to find out!

Review: Netflix’s ‘Seven Seconds’ crime drama disappoints

The new show gets off to a slow start and never really finds its footing.

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