Tarleton State University

With its main campus in Stephenville, an hour southwest of Fort Worth, Tarleton State University offers the value of a Texas A&M University System degree with its own brand of personal attention, individual opportunities, history, tradition and community.

Tarleton is a vibrant learning community with nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as a doctorate in education, within five colleges—agricultural and environmental sciences, business administration, education, liberal and fine arts, and science and technology. Tarleton’s research centers include the renowned Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research and the Southwest Regional Dairy Center. Recent additions to the Stephenville campus include a state of the art Nursing Building, and a new $25 million living and learning residence hall for 500 students is under construction.

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Though challenges like dyslexia can make learning difficult, these disabilities shouldn’t define who you are – or what you can do. Tim Kwee

Learning disabilities do not define us

The story of a six-year-old boy with dyslexia who, with support from friends and teachers, became a successful professor. Now he teaches teachers how to help children like him.
A mariachi band performs during a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, in Monterrey, Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Before Trump, Mexicans really liked the US

Can the U.S. recover its once positive image among Mexicans? Trade, immigration and cultural ties stand to suffer.
Le masque de Guy Fawkes, porté par le personnage de V dans la BD « V pour Vendetta », est utilisé par les Anonymous pour garantir leur anonymat. Thierry Ehrmann/flickr

Avec #OpISIS, les hackers d’Anonymous passent à l’assaut virtuel

En riposte aux attentats de Paris, les Anonymous ont déclenché une vaste opération visant les sites et comptes utilisés par Daech. Un raid en dehors de tout cadre légal, et aux résultats incertains.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) allowed access to special education for people with disabilities. Tim Kwee

My disabilities do not define me. I am Jim

On July 26, America celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This law and its predecessors changed the lives of those with disabilities. This is Jim's story.

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