Students experience a course that spurs new perspectives on the relationship between mind, body and environment.
Global thinking to intentional servitude – eight faculty talk about leadership.
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A new research initiative illuminates six decades of Sino-Soviet relations to help predict future patterns.
Students and faculty go with the flow of meditation and mindfulness.
Carrie Liu Currier and Kiril Tochkov discuss trust, differences and rivalry between the two superpowers.
Community gardening, interviews and delivering nourishment to food deserts are all part of the curriculum.
English professor combs archives across the country to document 1960s social movements.
From wounded to winner, the NIT standout is ready to succeed in his senior season with TCU men’s basketball.
The roundtable explores why undergraduate research is important in developing independent leadership.