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​Daniel Zies ’08 Connecting History & Art at Odessa’s Ellen Noël Museum

​Daniel Zies ’08 Connecting History & Art at Odessa’s Ellen Noël Museum

July 24, 2018

By his senior year in high school, Daniel Zies ’08 knew he wanted to major in history. Growing up, he always had a passion for the past and recalls always visiting to museums and historical...

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Texas Lutheran University Named a 2018 Great Colleges to Work For®

Texas Lutheran University Named a 2018 Great Colleges to Work For®

July 16, 2018

For the seventh consecutive year, Texas Lutheran University (TLU) is one of the nation’s great colleges to work for according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.The Chronicle’s...

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Alumni-owned Brewery a Staple in Seguin Community

Alumni-owned Brewery a Staple in Seguin Community

July 9, 2018

Brian Wallace ’06, and his business partner Shaun Washington ’07, knew they had the potential to establish a strong brand and make great beer. Located in historic downtown, Seguin Brewing Co., has come a long way in just a few short years.

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AlumNotes & In Memoriam - June 2018

AlumNotes & In Memoriam - June 2018

June 30, 2018

June 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018

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Community Outreach Important Factor for Asst. Principal Zach Beshea ‘11

Community Outreach Important Factor for Asst. Principal Zach Beshea ‘11

June 26, 2018

Zach Beshea ’11 has always been good at math. Early on, he realized his knack for numbers and enjoyed teaching his friends. He’s now using his passion for education to impact children as the...

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History Major Pursuing Ph.D. in Scotland

History Major Pursuing Ph.D. in Scotland

June 12, 2018

Molly Miller recalls a professor once describing history as “detective work.” The 2012 graduate always knew she wanted to study history but didn’t really understand her passion for it until...

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Baseball Grabs Runner-up Finish in D3 College World Series

Baseball Grabs Runner-up Finish in D3 College World Series

May 30, 2018

TLU’s inspired run to the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship finals ended Tuesday with a pair of losses to the new national champion, the University of Texas at Tyler.

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Alumna’s Research Focuses on Developing New Biosensor

Alumna’s Research Focuses on Developing New Biosensor

May 20, 2018

​Nicole Pollok ’15 understands the power and reach of science. The molecular biology and chemistry double major is a graduate research assistant whose work focuses on developing a biosensor patients could use to monitor heart failure.

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