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Re-Guinnovated: Denton’s tallest building gets face lift

Photo courtesy of TWU's flickr page, Guinn and Stark towers

Six floors of Guinn Hall are currently being gutted and refitted with new fixtures, carpet and much more *Originally printed in the June 11, 2014 issue of The Lasso* By: Shelby Baker, Editor-in-Chief Since 1969, she has given students a home away from home. She has spent years watching as they frantically studied, dated,

Veterans Center receives funding and space

 Local businessman donates to support veterans at TWU *Originally printed in the July 16th issue of The Lasso* Some people advertise through billboards, commercials or ads in papers. Not Jason Weir, owner of 5W Collision Repair. Instead, his advertisement plan is donating to the community. This month, TWU received $7,000 to establish a

New chair arrives on campus

Dr. Olsen joins History and Government starting this week *Originally printed in the July 16th Issue of The Lasso* After 35 years and 17 awfully cold winters, Dr. Jonathan Olsen has returned to Texas to take up residence as History and Government’s new Department Chair. One would never know from his Wisconsin accent that

I-35E overhaul ramps up

Construction and how it will affect your daily commute to TWU *Originally printed in the June 6th Issue of The Lasso* As the Texas summer rages on, so too does the 35Express project for Dentonites and those who commute in and out of the Denton County area. Construction is currently underway on the Lewisville Lake portion of the project, having started