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New fraternity in the works on campus

Phi Iota Alpha, Alpha Nu chapter, has first informational meeting at TWU for male students     April 8, 2015 By: Jabari Hendricks Texas Woman’s University Enrollment Demographics reported that in fall 2014, 7.6 percent of the student body enrolled in a undergraduate program on the Denton campus were male. Men are the campus minority,

Hickory back-in parking to be enforced

Denton drivers face challenge of new paring policy on recently reopened Hickory Street. However, new street not living up to the hype due to fines   April 8, 2015 By: Jabari Hendricks Denton drivers face challenge of new paring policy on recently reopened Hickory Street. However, new street not living up to the hype

New and old businesses bloom as market opens

Denton community market returns for another banner year offering a variety of vendors to shoppers   April 8, 2015 By: Shelby Baker Welcome back to the Denton Community Market, returning from its winter hibernation for a year full of food, fun, crafts and locals. After a seasonal hiatus, Denton has been abuzz for the

‘Furious 7’

  America’s favorite action-packed car franchise returned for Paul Walker’s final ride By: Alex Ancira April 8, 2015 Sometimes it is easy to forget that we go to the movies be entertained more than anything else. And while “Furious 7” is anything but high art, the film is a grand example of how fun

Drama produces ‘Henry V’

TWU’s Drama Department will show Shakespeare’s ‘Henry V’ at the Redbud later this month April 8, 2015 By: Nadiyah Suleiman “Henry V” will be playing at TWU from April 15-19 at the Redbud Theater Complex, located next to Hubbard Hall on the Denton campus. The play will be produced at varying times throughout

Denton and TWU embrace cyclists

         Bike enthusiasts take to the streets throughout Denton and across TWU campus April 8th, 2015 By: Shelby Baker When I was a child, riding my bike was one of the coolest things in the world to me. It gave me a sense of freedom I had never experienced before, and speed

TWU goes 3-1 against WTAMU in Canyon

  The Pioneers claimed the number two seed for the LSC with end of the season win April 29th, 2015 by Alex Ancira TWU’s softball team closed out its regular season schedule last weekend in Canyon, Texas, after the series against West Texas A&M was delayed to Saturday from Friday due to strong winds. With

Alumni return for annual Homecoming

Homecoming weekend offers numerous events for returning alumni and current students to celebrate April 22th, 2015 by Nadiyah Suleiman   TWU celebrated Homecoming last weekend with activities spanning over several departments lasting April 16-18. The Music Department recognized its 100th year, the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods turned 75 years old, the Social Work Department boasted 40 years

Students abroad

  Scholarship offered for travelling study by Nadiyah Suleiman TWU’s Education Abroad Programs office recently presented 72 students with the International Education Scholarship totaling almost $44,000 to help fund summer and fall study abroad trips. The International Education Scholarship is open to students who apply for any of TWU’s approved exchange, faculty-led or affiliated

Connect collects opportunities

Internships have never been easier to find thanks to the Pioneer Center’s program April 29th, 2015 by Jabari Hendricks   The TWU Pioneer Center for Student Excellence, located on the second floor of the Blagg-Huey Library, provides programs and services that enhance students’ academic experience, catering to the Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses. One