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Waterloo Music Festival rocks Austin

  On Sep 7, Carson Creek Ranch is hosting a three-day independent music festival in Austin, Texas for the first time. The Waterloo Music Festival is a music, food, and camping event that seeks to set itself apart in the infamous Austin concert scene. Attendees will camp out on the 58-acre ranch

Parking update: permits and shuttles

Parking Permits As the school year starts, parking spots will begin to fill up. Having a parking permit will help students find a spot closer to the classrooms. Parking permits are for sale through the TWU Department of Public Safety. Student permits are $70, motorcycle permits are $35 and bicycle

Get back in the grind

Outdoor Adventures Each year, the TWU Fitness and Recreation Center hosts multiple outdoor adventures that are open to students and range from kayaking, hiking, caving and horseback riding. This semester, there will be seven trips available that will cost between $10 and $40 per student. Each student must pre-register to

Owl the rage: Painting at the fountain

To keep in touch with creativity during the first week of the fall semester, the Student Union Programming is hosting Painting at the Fountain on Saturday, Sep 1. Meet up with other TWU students at the Hubbard Lawn for two hours of friends, fun and fresh paint. Admission to the

TWU sports are going strong

With the start of a new semester comes a new wave of Pioneer pride for the sports teams of TWU. The soccer and volleyball teams have not taken much of a summer break because they are already back in the grind for victory.             With the construction of the new dorms,

Dallas campus holds Student Organization Fair

  If you’re one of many students who does not live in Denton near our main campus, TWU’s Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Life are co-hosting an event for you at the Dallas campus. Next Tuesday from 12:00-1:00 pm in room 3620, you can enjoy a yummy soda pop float

Welcome back, TWU!

Welcome back to TWU in Denton! It’s time to gear up for a brand new semester. This is my favorite time of the year to stock up on new binders, fresh pens and finely tune my new schedule. One of my favorite peers, Hannah Diaz, told me that she creates