Author: Kaitlyn Beckert

Campus initiatives attempt to start conversation about sexual assault
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Campus initiatives attempt to start conversation about sexual assault

TCU student organizations have launched several campaigns in an effort to raise awareness about sexual assault. The office of Campus Life is collaborating with the Student Government Association and Interfraternity Council to sponsor events against sexual violence throughout the month of April, which has been designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month in […]

Reception honors TCU faculty authors
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Reception honors TCU faculty authors

TCU faculty members who have been published in recent years were recognized at a reception on Tuesday afternoon in the Mary Couts Burnett Library. Their published works, including books, scholarly articles, musical scores and photographs, were showcased in the lobby of the library, where faculty members celebrated their own accomplishments […]

Dog show promotes volunteering to TCU community
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Dog show promotes volunteering to TCU community

A choreographed dog show was held in the Campus Commons Thursday night to promote animal adoption and responsible pet ownership. Five local dogs and their trainers were featured in the show. All of the dogs were either rescued from an animal shelter or found as strays living on the streets. […]

Campus organization targets human trafficking
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Campus organization targets human trafficking

Frogs for Freedom, a new campus organization, plans to promote a global awareness campaign about the issues of human trafficking. Rachel Causey, president of Frogs for Freedom, said their social justice organization works to bring awareness of modern-day slavery to the TCU community. She said the organization plans to promote the campaign on […]