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Decorating on a dime

More often than not, back-to-school season and moving season come hand-in-hand for students. Spending money on furnishing a new dorm or apartment is typically the last thing we want to do after paying rent, deposits and utilities. Decorate on a dime with this localized guide to second hand apps, thrift

Getting down in Denton

Whether you’re sitting on campus or out and about with friends, hunger can strike at any moment. You could visit thesame old chain restaurants or you could venture out into Denton and try one of the restaurants that are special and held close to the hearts of Denton citizens. If you

Pioneers hit the court with new coaches, new captains, new culture

This season marks the start of a new chapter in Pioneer volleyball. Head Coach Jeff Huebner and Assistant Coach Laura Farney are bringing new training techniques and newfound excitement to the team. In his first season, Huebner is making strides towards more concentrated training methods. “I think that we’re going to play

Old fashion notetaking promotes better studies

As a new semester begins, college students face many important choices. One decision that could make or break your success in school revolves around notetaking. For quite some time, academics have debated whether hand writing notes or typing them is a better method. If you visit a typical class, you

Welcome to Texas Woman’s

Hello everyone, I am the Editor-in-Chief of The Lasso for the upcoming school year. I have been a part of your student newspaper going on three years now and it has been one of the most rewarding things I have been a part of during my time at TWU. We have quite

Opportunities for active Dallas students

Student organizations and activities are skyrocketing on the Texas Woman’s University Dallas Campus.  The campus has seen a 50 percent growth in the number of student organizations in the past two years, according to Taylor Dukes, Dallas Center student life program coordinator. “With a more non-traditional student population, we strive to