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ICYMI: Polar Bulldogs, Christmas Recipes, USDA/NIFA conference, and more

December 14, 2015


14th Annual Polar Bulldog Swim

Students braved the chilly waters of the Mabee pool to relieve some stress before finals. Check out the video on Facebook.

Seguin Gazette also did a feature on the annual event:

TLU students, including one who can’t swim, brave 65 degree water in Polar Bulldog Swim

Photo: Derek Kuhn, Seguin Gazette

Although the water wasn’t exactly frigid, almost 100 students dared to take the plunge on Thursday during the Polar Bulldog Swim at Texas Lutheran University’s Mabee Pool in Seguin...

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Chef Ernest Servantes Dishes on Food, Family, and Christmas

Holiday recipes from Chef Ernie to make your mouth water: leg of lamb with chimichurri and wild mushroom risotto.

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Students in D.C. for USDA/NIFA Meeting

Students Madison Berger (Chemistry) and Sioned Kirkpatrick (Biology, Chemistry) traveled with Dr. Alison Bray (Asst. Professor, Chemistry) to Washington D.C. as part of the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) new project managers meeting last week. The students had the opportunity to interact with USDA scientists, tour their lab facilities and take in the amazing sites of Washington D.C.

This trip was part of the USDA NIFA grant recently awarded to TLU supporting agricultural chemistry projects including the rice research currently on-going in the TLU greenhouse.

Follow the progress @tlu_teamrice.


Faculty Staff Run to Support Veterans

Several TLU faculty and staff participated in the November 14 Seguin Dash for Disabled Vets 5K run/walk.

TLU participants from back row left: Steve Boehm, Rick Roberts, Lorne Davis, Robert Jonas, Charla Bailey, Debbie Cottrell, Alicia Olson

Dr. Lorne Davis edges out VPAA Debbie Cottrell     


Student receives Award at Valedictory Convocation

TLU student Jayna McGarity was given the Best Essay Award at the Harlaxton Valedictory Convocation. The award was for a British Studies term paper, which was among over 100 entries.

Jayna McGarity (left) with other Harlaxton students


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