From page 3, MN Daily, April 23rd.
TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, is a non-profit organization, which hosts a series of conferences and talks to disseminate worth sharing ideas. TEDxUMN is an offshoot of TED in our university. The theme of TED activity on Saturday was the "Heart of Discovery", which also stressed the importance of personal discovery and growth alongside professional growth.
This article is news about a TEDxUMN conference. There isn't an argument involved, but I find this news passionate and interesting. TED has caught my eyes before because of its creativity and passion. Sometimes, I feel confused about myself, lacking motivation and unsure about my future job. TED helps college students to think about their dreams and to be creative. The conferences include speakers of various professional and educational backgrounds. Their thought provoking experiences work as great examples. These examples can be considered as a part of logos proof. Speakers at TED talks over the years have included Bill Gates, Frank Gehry and Al Gore, which strengthen greatly the ethos proof of TED's conferences.