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first_imgFacebook Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course Connie Beltranhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/connie-beltran/ ReddIt Connie Beltran Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran. (Connie Beltran) ReddIt Connie Beltranhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/connie-beltran/ Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran. (Connie Beltran) Facebook Boykin, Doctson among 14 football players graduating Saturday Connie Beltran is a senior at TCU majoring in journalism and minoring in French. She covers the College of Education and the College of Science and Engineering for TCU 360. The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Art, science departments to continue zoo enrichment course Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran (Connie Beltran print Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week Connie Beltranhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/connie-beltran/ Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran. (Connie Beltran) Students paint bacteria in cross campus learning Twitter Twitter Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran. (Connie Beltran) Connie Beltranhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/connie-beltran/ Students prepping for research symposium Linkedin Linkedin Previous articleThe Skiff: November 12, 2015Next articleCo-authors sign their new book at the TCU bookstore Connie Beltran RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR + posts Faculty and staff gathered to honor mathematics professor Robert Doran for his contributions and work at a reception on Wednesday Nov. 11.The mathematics department organized the reception to credit the dedicated service of the professor, who taught at TCU for more than 46 years. Doran will be retiring at the end of the year.Several faculty members shared personal experiences and memories.Chancellor Victor Boschini said both Doran and the mathematics department have changed since Doran’s work there.“I think we were blessed to have [him] on campus,” Boschini said. “I always hate these kind of events because I get sad. I don’t want anyone to ever leave, but I think [he] can leave knowing that [he] changed the fabric of this place.”Greg Friedman, associate professor in the mathematics department, said he has learned many things while working with Doran.“When he’s got something that he wants to communicate, he’s not afraid to do it,” Friedman said.Doran’s wife, Shirley Doran, was also present.She said Doran loves teaching, but they do have plans to work around their house and garden once he retires.She said it is nice to have the people that Doran has worked with at the reception.After the speakers, Doran also shared some experiences and thanked all of those who were present for all of their work. He said he credits all of his awards and accomplishments to his students and colleagues.“The ultimate legacy for me, now as a retiree, is the faculty that’s left here to carry on,” Doran said. Mathematics department organize reception for Robert Doran. (Connie Beltran)last_img read more

first_img Malaysian cartoonist Zunar facing possible sedition charge again Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard wrote today to Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Ibni Almarhum Sultan Mahmud Al Mukhtafi Billah Shah, the king of Malaysia, asking him to intercede in the case of “RPK”: ” A new hearing has been set for 23 February. We urge you, Your Majesty, to do everything in your power to prevent any further judicial errors”. March 17, 2021 Find out more to go further MalaysiaAsia – Pacific RSF_en Record fine for Malaysian news site over readers’ comments News Help by sharing this information January 29, 2021 Find out more News February 22, 2021 Find out more New Malaysian ordinance threatens very concept of truth Follow the news on Malaysia Organisation News MalaysiaAsia – Pacific Receive email alerts News Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard wrote today to Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Ibni Almarhum Sultan Mahmud Al Mukhtafi Billah Shah, the king of Malaysia, asking him to intercede in the case of “RPK”. “Your Majesty, Reporters Without Borders, an organisation that defends press freedom worldwide, would like to draw your attention to the case of Raja Petra Kamaruddin, a journalist also known as “RPK,” who is charged under the Internal Security Act (ISA) in connection with articles posted on his Malaysia Today blog (http://mt.m2day.org/2008/) and who now faces the possibility of being imprisoned again. In the speech you gave today, you described the younger generation as Malaysia’s hope and future. RPK is a model of the free speech this generation should enjoy. The way the federal court in Putrajaya is conducting RPK’s case is travesty of justice. The court’s impartiality is jeopardised by the fact that Augustine Paul, one of the three judges on the panel handling the case, issued a ruling against RPK in 2001 as a “threat to internal security.” RPK had posted comments online that lambasted the judge for his role in Anwar Ibrahim’s corruption trial – comments that were widely circulated on the Internet. The decision by judges Nik Hashim Nik Ab Rahman and Zulkefli Ahmad Makinuddin to reject a request by RPK’s lawyers to recuse Judge Paul seems to be unconstitutional. Paul chose not to remain in court to hear the application for his recusal, leaving the other two judges. However, the law requires that such an application by heard by three federal judges. Since the start of this case, the police and government officials have acted outside the law as established by the constitution. RPK was jailed under the only section of the ISA that allows the authorities to imprison a person without giving their reasons. And the charges brought against him violated some of his basic rights, including individual freedom (article 5.1), freedom of expression (article 10.1) and freedom of religion (article 11). Malaysia has ratified the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, so such violations of freedom cannot continue. This situation threatens the rule of law in Malaysia and offers an extremely negative image of your country internationally. In the current context, it seems clear that this is a political manoeuvre to silence RPK and put pressure on Malaysia’s civil society leaders. We believe that it is your role, as your country’s monarch, to defend your people and ensure respect for their basic rights, while remaining completely neutral and independent of any political party, as required by the constitution. This is why we are seeking your help and why we ask you to ensure the withdrawal of the appeal against RPK’s release and to prevent any other attempt to detain him under the ISA. These proceedings are a challenge which Malaysia should take care to meet. A new hearing has been set for 23 February. We urge you, Your Majesty, to do everything in your power to prevent any further judicial errors. We trust you will give our request your careful consideration. Respectfully.”————— – Two court cases test online free expressionCall for charges to be dropped against blogger “RPK” and Hindu rights activist Uthayakumar – Leading blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin finally released – Authorities accused of bad faith as Habeas corpus hearing held for detained blogger February 17, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 “Your Majesty, do everything in your power to prevent any judicial error”last_img read more