Inside Paris: TCU student’s perspective

first_imgTCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history ReddIt Beth Griffith + posts TCU student Avery Crofford lights candles in a vigil following the Paris attacks on Friday Nov. 13. Linkedin Previous articleGlobal health care summit held on campusNext article‘Stories of Reconciliation’ to discuss peace in divided countries Beth Griffith RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Beth Griffith is a senior journalism major from Cleburne, Texas. She will commission as a 2LT Military Intelligence officer in the United States Army in May. In her free time, she is authoring a clean eating cook book and enjoys volunteering and boxing. Linkedin Facebook Beth Griffith Twitter printThe attacks across Paris on Friday Nov. 13 left over 120 dead around 300 more injured.The three TCU students studying abroad in the city when the attack happened were reported safe on Saturday Nov. 14. Although many students studying abroad chose to return home after the attacks, TCU student Avery Crofford decided to stay in Paris.TCU News Now reporter Kaitlin White talked to Crofford about the city, the attack and Crofford’s reason to stay. Severe thunderstorms moving through Fort Worth Comin’ Up: saying goodbye to the gang life IMAGE: Good Karma Beth Griffith Beth Griffith Facebook The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Beth Griffith ReddIt TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer Ripple Effect: TCU professor talks gravitational waveslast_img

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