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New class of softball comes to Pioneer Field

Slappers change the game for the 2016 season Johnna Headley, Copy Editor The Pioneer softball team kick started their season with a 9-7 preseason record and currently have a four-win-streak. On Feb. 28 the Pioneers will host St. Edward’s University during an opening double header. The Pioneers are set to open conference play

Enrollment numbers

Increase from last spring Nadiyah Suleiman, Page Editor Spring enrollment for 2016, based on introductory 12th class day data, is 14,524 students. Dispersed between the three campuses, 11,780 students are on the Denton campus, 1,386 in Dallas and 1,358 are on the Houston campus. Undergraduates make up 9,521 students, and 5,003 are

Revival of the fittest

TV revivals prompt mixed emotions Amber Robertson, Social Media Editor/Designer Full House, Gilmore girls and 10 Things I Hate About You. Any number of terms could apply to what I think about the remakes of these masterpieces: distasteful, overdone, inevitable, unimaginative and maybe even exciting on occasion. 10 Things I Hate About You was

Stress Seminar

TWU looks out for student health Heather Hines, Reporter While the spring semester trudges on, TWU knows that students’ minds are turning to tests, quizzes, midterms and dreaded group projects. To help students cope with their stress, Student Health Services will host an online seminar called Mindfulness for Stress via Blackboard. The seminar


Power speakers practice leadership skills Matt Olson, Copy Editor Pioneer Power Speakers, a chartered Toastmasters International club, is an organization designed to help members of the TWU community to work on speaking publicly as well as interpersonal communication. Associate director of Graduate Recruitment and Vice President of Public Relations for Pioneer Power Speakers

Little known campus resource

STAR program can handle more computer work Emily Nickles, Editor-in-Chief Enter MCL Room 221. Immediately apparent is the size and outdatedness of the space. White brick walls, tacky industrial flooring and ceiling-to-floor dividers house the STAR program, a technology based service for students, whose space seems as glitchy as the issues they

TWU professor profile

Dr. Kwon shares how life experiences have shaped his teaching Amanda Hall Dr. Young-Hoo Kwon, professor and director of TWU’s biomechanics lab has been a professor at TWU for fourteen years now. Although many students find his demeanor intimidating and his teaching philosophy challenging, his compassionate personality comes out in an interview with

Denton Together Coalition town hall meeting comes to TWU

Mayor’s initiative creates opportunity for Denton community to reach out, share experiences Johnna Headley, Copy Editor Denton Together Coalition – Town Hall Meetings On Thursday Feb. 18, Denton Together Coalition (DTC) will hold a town hall meeting in Student Union Room 207 from 12-1 p.m. Denton Together Coalition is an initiative created by Mayor