Why TWU is not the 'fugliest' building in Dallas The Dallas Observer posted an article 10 days ago naming TWU’s Dallas campus one of the fugliest buildings in Dallas. More than just the childish game of naming “fugly” buildings in Dallas, the article is without substance. First off, the article begins with
Senior General Studies major Karen Wiley is a non-traditional student who knows what she wants. Wiley makes it a point to be involved on campus in celebration of being a non-traditional student. Being President of Alpha Sigma Lamba and vice-president of the community council for Lowry Woods on top of having
We have all seen entertaining but ridiculous quizzes pop up on our social media feeds.“Find out what Disney Princess you are! What does your favorite Halloween candy say about your relationship status? What potato-based side-dish are you most like?” These quizzes can be fun and enjoyable, and people can often
The only day in the year where everything is flip-flopped, Halloween represents an inversion of political, power and sexual/ gender roles. It’s not wrong to want to celebrate and create traditions with your fellow man, but when it oppresses and disregards the values of another culture…it becomes a subtle form of
On Fri., Oct. 21 and Sat., Oct. 22 the Pioneer volleyball team played two home games against Angelo State University and Tarleton State University, respectively. Both games ended in 3-0 losses. The game against Angelo State, who is ranked No. 10 in the nation, resulted in a sweeping loss despite senior
Parker House When: Open through Oct. 31, varying times What: Haunted house attraction in former “Parker’s Funeral Home” Where: 8550 West University Dr. Cost: $25 cash Cirque du Horror When: Oct. 29 at 4:30 p.m. & 9 p.m. What: Family-friendly Halloween-themed story and song performances Where: Dan’s Silverleaf Cost: $15-25; children under 3 get in free Denton Trunk-or-
Toeing the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a holiday of superstition and celebration. Originating with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. It has since transformed into a night full of horrors, laughs,
Boo-at-the-U, TWU’s traditional Halloween carnival, hosted by the Student Union, took place on Oct. 21. The event is free for all, however, attendees were encouraged to donate canned food ,which goes to support the TWU Food Pantry. Events included bounce houses, games, train rides and a trunk-or-treat for the kiddos.
The first week of November TWU will host events each day in honor of our Non-Traditional student population. Non-traditional students include commuter, online and veteran students, as well as students who are returning to school or attending school while raising a family. The Campus Alliance and Resource Education department has hosted
Governor Greg Abbott and First Lady Cecilia Abbott visited TWU Friday morning to honor the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame inductees. The Governor’s Commission for Women chose five inductees, narrowed from 64 submissions, chair of the commission Catherine Susser stated at the ceremony. Aviator Emma Carter Browning, Businesswoman Susie Hitchcock-Hall, division
Students can gain professional experience and expand their career options by traveling abroad. The Education Abroad program seeks to meet the needs of each student wanting to further their education in another country. Students seeking more information about studying abroad can attend to the Education Abroad Fair Wed., Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.