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Gymnastics Team Moves On To Regionals

On Sat., March 18, the gymnastics team placed second at the Midwest Independent Conference (MIC) Championships with an overall score of 194.000.    Although the team came in behind Lindenwood University (194.675), they defeated Illinois State (193.575), University of Illinois at Chicago (192.750), Southeast Missouri State (192.500) and Centenary (190.350) to move

WSGSA leaders address racial inequality through on-campus film screenings

It is no secret that our nation’s current political climate has sparked serious concerns surrounding racial inequality. The Women’s Studies Graduate Student Association (WSGSA) is stepping up to address these issues and ensure that students have a voice on campus. WSGSA Masters Co-President Tavinia Tucker, WSGSA PhD Co-President E. Tamplin, MWGS

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, As president of the Vegan and Vegetarian Organization (VVO) at Texas Woman’s University, I feel the need to voice my opinion on plant-based eating. This year, VVO is partnering with The Humane League to collect Meatless Monday pledges. Over the course of six weeks, I’ve gathered a significant number

Whispers In The Dark

Whether you know your way around pleasuring yourself or not, every girl needs to know how to masturbate.  No Wrong Way There is no one-way to masturbate, so anything that feels great for you is what you are suppose to be doing. The key is exploring your body and figuring out what

Muslim ban round two: Will Trump give up?

Well, our Commander-in-Chief did it again. He signed another executive order on Feb. 27 to replace the executive order that was declared unconstitutional and prohibited nationals from seven Muslim- majority nations from entering the U.S and suspended the entry of refugees. This executive order has a few changes in it: it

Freaks and Geeks: Smash Bros Tournament

If you’re into video games, you’ll love Freaks and Geeks. A gaming store filled with collector’s items including old consoles, game cartridges, early computers and some antique controllers, it really is a collector’s dream and the staff there really show it.   Every Wednesday, the store runs Super Smash Bros Four tournaments

Staff Picks: Spring Break Plans

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Pioneers sweep WNMU

The Pioneer softball team competed against Western New Mexico University at Pioneer Field this weekend and added four wins to their record, bringing their win-loss record to 13-10. On March 3, the Pioneers began their series of games against the Mustangs with 8 runs and a shutout, ending the game within

Upcoming Local Events

What: Happy Hour Yoga Where: Dan’s Silver Leaf When: Wed., March 8 from 3 to 4 p.m.   What: Freaks & Geeks Game Night: Cards against Humanity Tournament Where: The Bearded Monk When: Wed., March 8 from 7 to 11:45 p.m.   What: Wednesday Social Run Where: Oak St. Drafthouse When: Wed., March 8 at 7 p.m.   What: Austin Meade with

Students re-charter Circle K on campus

Thanks to several student leaders, Circle K International is making its way back into TWU’s directory of organizations. Circle K is a wide-reaching service-based organization with approximately 500 clubs in 18 countries, according to the CKI website. President Christy Nguyen explains: “We focus on community service, fellowship and leadership.” Circle K has

Diamond on the Shelf: Heist Society

If you’re like me, thriller/mystery novels are a favorite of yours. I have always been a curious and imaginative person and that reveals itself in the books that I have read. One novel in particular that I like is “Heist Society.” A story of thieves, love, family, and suspense, it

Spring break on a budget

With the spring semester in full swing, many are starting to plan their week-long break from class. Whether you want a kick-back, relaxing time or to get a little crazy, a great spring break does not need to break the bank. Here are a few cheap and fun things to

Gymnastics makes MIC championship appearance

Finishing the regular season with a 8-13 record, the Pioneers will compete in the Midwest Independent Conference Championship meet in Chicago on Sat., March 18. Among the MIC universities of Illinois at Chicago, Centenary, Illinois State, Southeast Missouri State and Lindenwood, TWU has competed against Centenary, Lindenwood and Southeast Missouri State.

Tulip Time in Texas

  Hundreds of North Texans are flocking to the small town of Pilot Point for a chance to walk through the picture perfect tulip field. Texas Tulips, a local pickyour- own tulip farm, owned by Pieter and Petra Koeman, is now open for its third consecutive season. Admission is $3.00, parking is

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