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Halloween events around Denton

Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor Friday Oct. 30 Día de los Muertos Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Free Ages 4-10 Celebrate Día de los Muertos by bringing your young ones to learn about Latin American traditions honoring lost loved ones with stories and crafts. Movie in the Park Quakertown Park 7 p.m. Free Enjoy a crisp fall night with a marshmallow

Ghost stories weave a path through Denton History

Johnna Headley, Reporter On a Ghost Tour of Denton with professional storyteller Shelly Tucker, The Lasso learned some interesting historical and paranormal facts about downtown Denton. Looking to have a spooky Halloween night? If you hang around the Denton Square or happen to live downtown, you may experience some spooky paranormal

TWU holds timed thesis competition

Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor When writing a thesis, many graduate students have difficulty with condensing their years of research, literature and analysis into a well-constructed paper. Explaining such extensive material in fewer than three minutes might seem nearly impossible to many students, but a campus event seeks to change this perception. On

Houston students learn through volunteering

Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor Many members of TWU’s community spend time volunteering to help others and better the world around them.  The TWU Houston Student Occupational Therapy Association with the help of their advisor Assistant Clinical Professor Alicia Lohman have made strides in helping those in their community through volunteering at