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Students gain valuable experience with artist in residence Frank Ticheli

Students gain valuable experience with artist in residence Frank Ticheli

May 20, 2013

Composer Frank Ticheli has been guest conductor at Carnegie Hall and in cities throughout the world, including Beijing, London, Rome and Sydney. Recently, he added Seguin and Texas Lutheran...

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Live to Inspire: Rebecca Enslow ‘10

Live to Inspire: Rebecca Enslow ‘10

May 20, 2013

Rebecca Enslow enjoys reading people. From the way a person speaks to their mannerisms and eye movement, the 2010 psychology major is fascinated with deciphering human behavior. Her background...

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Live to Inspire: Joel Waldon ‘08

Live to Inspire: Joel Waldon ‘08

April 29, 2013

When Joel Waldon ’08 started his first semester at Texas Lutheran University in the fall of 2004, he was unsure of what awaited him. Coming from Judson High School in San Antonio, where his...

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Live to Inspire: Dr. Rachel Eidelman ’92

Live to Inspire: Dr. Rachel Eidelman ’92

April 29, 2013

Although the number of female cardiologists has doubled within the past 10 years, the Journal of The American College of Cardiology reports women account for less than 20 percent of the...

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Learn Boldly: John Fannin ‘15

Learn Boldly: John Fannin ‘15

April 29, 2013

Walking around campus in their football jerseys, John Fannin and Dustin Hannon look like any other college kid. They go to class and take notes. They hang out with friends when they’re not at...

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Live to Inspire: Mariah Kilbourne ‘10

Live to Inspire: Mariah Kilbourne ‘10

March 12, 2013

For Mariah Kilbourne ’10, true beauty isn’t about the heads you turn—it’s about the hearts and lives you touch. As Ms. Wheelchair America 2013, she travels the nation as an advocate and...

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Students launch music outreach program to reawaken memories for seniors

Students launch music outreach program to reawaken memories for seniors

March 12, 2013

Ian Nutting and Brittany Spong have seen the power of music. Nutting, a senior music and philosophy major, and Spong, a senior music education major, understand how music is a universal...

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Class assignment turns into $150,000 in grants

Class assignment turns into $150,000 in grants

February 18, 2013

When John Medina began an assignment for his freshmen composition course, he knew he wanted his paper to be more than a grade. Now a sophomore, the biology major’s Write To Serve paper has...

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