Michael Slattery, director of TCU's Institute for Environmental Studies, appears in the latest episode of EarthXTV's "Kids in Conservation." Ten-year-old hostess, Brooke Carter, visits the Amakhala Game Reserve with Slattery and learns about rhino conservation, as well as TCU's part in saving the species.
In a reception on Monday at Brown-Lupton University Union, renowned Western artist, Woodrow Blagg, unveiled his massive mixed-graphite drawing, “The Rescue.” It masterfully captures a team of TCU students on the Amakhala Game Reserve assisting in rhino procedures performed by South African wildlife vet, Will Fowlds. The 16-foot, hyper-realistic artwork was commissioned by TCU Alumn Larry Brogdon after a trip to South Africa where he had a life-changing rhino experience.
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