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First-generation college student, entrepreneur

First-generation college student, entrepreneur

December 18, 2015

Learn Boldly: Araceli Razo ’15

Researching and applying to colleges is a big decision for young people and their families. Most students rely on the help and guidance of their parents. But...

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Family, culture & trip abroad inspire business model

Family, culture & trip abroad inspire business model

December 18, 2015

Learn Boldly: Gabe Sanchez ’15

When Gabe Sanchez started at Texas Lutheran University, he knew he wanted to focus on business management. However, when TLU introduced a social...

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Ashoka: TLU Social Entrepreneurship a Standout Program

Ashoka: TLU Social Entrepreneurship a Standout Program

December 10, 2015

Interdisciplinary Degree Could Become a Model in the Field

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TLU Ethics Bowl Team Receives Bid to Nationals in Washington, DC.

TLU Ethics Bowl Team Receives Bid to Nationals in Washington, DC.

November 17, 2015

A second-place win at the Texas Regional Ethics Bowl is sending the Texas Lutheran University team to the 2016 national intercollegiate competition in Washington, DC this February.

The...

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Athletic Training Major Saves a Life

Athletic Training Major Saves a Life

November 13, 2015

Senior athletic training major Riley Koenig began an evening of clinicals at Seguin High School just like any other night. However, as the football game progressed, he noticed one player acting...

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Democracies in Crisis Course Combines Political Theory and Religion

Democracies in Crisis Course Combines Political Theory and Religion

October 23, 2015

In their Democracies in Crisis course, Professors Germaine Walsh and David Baer are melding political theory, philosophy, and religion. The class allows students to not only meet a general...

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USDA and National Institute of Food and Agriculture Award TLU $275,000 Grant

USDA and National Institute of Food and Agriculture Award TLU $275,000 Grant

October 22, 2015

Funding supports hands-on research experiences in agricultural science

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David Baer Continues Advocacy For Religious Freedom in Hungary

David Baer Continues Advocacy For Religious Freedom in Hungary

October 22, 2015

As a philosophy and theology professor with a personal connection to Hungary, David Baer has become one of the leading experts on the country. Specifically examining religious freedom and a...

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