Last Tues., April 25 the Rangers’ second game in the series with the Minnesota Twins was TWU night. Softball head coach Genny Stidham threw out the first pitch to first base coach Hector Ortiz. The Pioneer Voices, an extra-curricular women’s ensemble sang the National Anthem before the game began.
In its 37th year, the Arts and Jazz Festival featured seven stages, fine arts, rock climbing, amusement rides, inflatables, face painting, street food and more on April 28 through April 30. Festival headliners included Jack DeJohnette, Ravi Coltrane, Matt Garrison, Aaron Neville, and Brace Combo. Festival-goers enjoyed a sunny two
Executive Director of Public Safety Elizabeth Pauley, TWU’s first female police chief, announced her retirement from the university’s Department of Public Safety after 23 years of service. Interim Executive Director of Public Safety Samuel Garrison will lead DPS after Pauley’s retirement on May 31. Pauley first came to TWU in 1977 as
Whether it is a lecture, his artwork or talking about the Yankee’s, any interaction with John Calabrese is a passionate one. After 35 years of educating students at TWU, Fine Art Professor John Calabrese, PhD. will retire at the end of this semester. Hailing from Atlantic City, New Jersey, Calabrese spent his