TEDxACU 2016 IN REVIEW

We hosted our second annual TEDxACU event on Saturday, February 27, 2016. The theme for the day was "20 Questions," and our 10 speakers and 4 performances (from 2 musicians, 1 poet, and a local high school string group) challenged attendees to be willing to ask -- to ask interesting, exciting, funny, and even challenging questions.

Join us in asking and answering these questions by watching (or re-watching) each of these fantastic talks and performances.

OMAR EL-HALWAGI
"WHEN FACED WITH ISLAMOPHOBIA, WILL YOU BE AN ALLY?"

ROYCE MONEY
"WHY SHOULD I APOLOGIZE FOR SOMETHING THAT WASN'T MY FAULT?"

WES ROBBINS
"MIGHT NOT KNOW"

MICAH BYNUM
"THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY"

IVARS PETERSON
"WHERE'S THE MATH?"

 

CORTNEY BAKER
"WHY DOES CANDOR LOOK DIFFERENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE?"

REVOLUTION STRINGS
"HOW CAN WE START AN AMERICAN STRING-MUSIC REVOLUTION?"

J. MICHAEL HALL
"WHAT ABOUT
FATHER-FULL-NESS?"

CHRIS FIELD
"WHY DO QUESTIONS MAKE US SO UNCOMFORTABLE?"

BEN COBB
"ARE YOU WHAT YOU EAT?"

SAUL DELGADO
"ARE YOU MAN ENOUGH?"

CHELSEA JOHNSON
"THE TRUTH"

TONY BARKER
"I'M RIGHT. WHY SHOULD I CHANGE MY MIND?"

JENNIFER SHEWMAKER
"DOES SEXY MEDIA MATTER?"

   


TEDxACU 2016 PHOTO GALLERY