"Given the widening political division in our country, we have to remind ourselves that as Americans we have the obligation to never forget the lives that were lost on this tragic day and the families who still grieve the loss of their loved ones."
"Let us no longer put a Band-Aid over the bullet hole wound of immigration and instead stitch it up properly."
TCU's Chancellor sent a campus-wide email urging students and faculty to "engage in the legislative process in ways that are personally meaningful and that align with the University’s mission."
We will be collecting donations of new/gently used clothing, toiletries, and nonperishables in the BLUU Auditorium on August 30th from 7:30-9:30 PM
"Organizations on campus are here to support all the conservative students, to know not to be afraid. We are here with you, and we confidently speak out with our beliefs."
Is this where tuition dollars are going?
If we are going to devote part of our day to a podcast or television show, it might as well be one based on original thought that is free of liberal dogma. Here are some commentators with refreshing takes.
Let us remember July 7, 2016 by remembering those whose lives were lost and forever being grateful to those who are still holding the front lines in our cities today.
On a day like yesterday, we should all call that someone we are close to whom we disagree with politically and tell them we love them. We are all in this together. Only together will we rise up, promote the common good, and make significant progress.