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TCU student recognized for anti-human trafficking work

TCU International Experience Award 2016 presented to a student with a huge impact on ant-human trafficking on campus.

NYU professor focused on aggression law speaks on campus

Jennifer Trahan said she has been working on a definition of “crime of aggression” for 15 years.

Jose Antonio Vargas: ‘where did you come from?’

Pulitzer Prize winner Jose Antonio Vargas shared his thoughts on immigration with students.

TCU transfer students get more involved in transfer center’s leadership

TCU transfer students are leading activities to ease the transition into TCU for other transfer students.

Jose Antonio Vargas, undocumented immigrant, to talk diversity and immigration

Vargas, a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and undocumented immigrant, speaks with students.

Marketing professor: a job doesn’t mean you stop learning

The first non-traditional TCU student is now an influential faculty member.

‘Batman’ executive producer speaks to students at leadership conference

Michael Uslan, the Executive Producer of the Batman Movies, spoke to TCU students at last weekend's State of Leadership Conference.

Biology professor kicks off Last Lecture Series

The Last Lecture Series started on Jan. 28, and Dr. Giridhar R. Akkaraju, an associate professor in the biology department, was the first speaker.

My memory: the Tutsi genocide

The 1994 genocide in Rwanda that killed an estimated 1 million people will be discussed on Thursday at the Frost Foundation Lectureship on Global Issues series. TCU 360 staff writer lived through the genocide.

‘After the darkness, there is always light’

Read the second part of one TCU student's experiences during the Rwandan Genocide.
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