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Tease your tastebuds with tasty tostadas

For an affordable meal and a casual brunch or coffee stop before class, swing by 603 North Locust Street, only three blocks north of Denton square. Every day of the week, Loco Café opens its doors from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Biscuits and beverages are made fresh daily, garnering attention from

Pioneer Teaching Kitchen heats up campus

Students looking to gain skills in the kitchen this semester need look no further than the Student Union. The new Pioneer Kitchen, a joint-venture between TWU and the university’s subcontractors that provide on-campus dining, Chartwells, just recently opened. The Teaching Kitchen will regularly host one class a month in the Underground,

Hard hats on: An exclusive look at the new Student Union

  TWU students voted to raise the fee in order to build a new student union in Feb. of 2015. Since then, construction has stretched out its legs all over the Denton campus, but what students used to call Hubbard Hall continues to arouse excitement and rumors concerning the new student

“Girls in the Game” here to empower girls

Have you heard the latest from the girls in Denton High? For the past two years, they’ve had the opportunity to participate in a non-profit sports organization that focuses on “the whole girl” called Girls in the Game. The program exposes girls to more than 40 different sports and focuses

Race for Texas Senator tightens

The last day to register to vote is Oct. 9, and the upcoming election on Nov. 6 promises to be a close and important race for Texas candidates running for U.S. Senator. Senator Ted Cruz is rerunning for his position, but is challenged by congressman Beto O’Rourke, who has risen

TWU DPS: more than just officers

TWU police officers’ goal is to ultimately keep the campus safe. Outside of work, each officer has their own passions. Officer Justin Weathers is no exception. Weathers has a true passion for singing and has been singing since his freshman year of high school. He received several scholarships to multiple

TWU wins 3-1 in weekend tournament

The South-Central Classic saw the Pioneers volleyball team continue its winning streak as it went 3-1 for the second weekend in a row. TWU defeated East Central and Southeastern Oklahoma State in the Durant, Oklahoma volleyball tournament Sept. 1, climbing to 6-2 overall. This season's opening matches show TWU's capability of

Fall into Autumn with the Denton Farmer’s Market

To welcome the new season that is just around the corner, the Denton Community Market is holding a variety of fall events and fundraisers during the month of September. From April through November, the Denton Community Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. According to their website, the Community

Back to budgeting basics

Budgeting is not about catching good deals at stores, but it is about how to save money. Sometimes I think a review on basics can do us good, no matter where our finances are. I recommend laying out your bills each month up against your income so you can see what

Recognize the signs: World Alzheimer’s Month

September marks the seventh annual World Alzheimer’s Month, a global campaign aimed at destigmatizing dementia, raising awareness and combating misinformation about the disease. Coordinated by Alzheimer’s Disease International, the Alzheimer’s Month campaign launched in 2012 and includes Alzheimer’s day, which is held Sept. 21. Though the campaign is London-based, its

What’s happening, Denton?

To be heard in the upcoming election, head up to Harvest House on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. to have a drink and write postcards for Andrew Morris, who is running for Texas House District 64. Art supplies will be provided. Check out the event on Facebook here. Also, beginning

Take the stage at TWU Mic Night

On Sept. 13, TWU Student Life will be hosting an open mic night from 6-8 p.m. in the Student Union room 207. This event is open to all TWU students, staff and faculty members. Those attending are encouraged to take on the stage and show the crowd their talents. Talents

National Suicide Prevention Week

As of 2018, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death across all ages in the United States, and it is the 2nd leading cause of death globally for ages 15-24, according to Sept. 9-15 is National Suicide Prevention Week. This week is aimed at helping people around the nation

Sticking up for Stickler Syndrome

In May of 2015, a Tyler newspaper quoted a then 19-year-old Hannah Werchan in a story about conquering challenges through visual and performance arts at her high school, All Saints Episcopal School. In the article, Werchan said, “I have a passion for art. I feel like I could become something with it.” Little

“The Happytime Murders” is a big-time flop

With big comedy names like Elizabeth Banks and Maya Rudolph, the storytelling prowess of director Brian Henson, and starring the queen of comedy herself, Melissa McCarthy, "The Happytime Murders" is a blockbuster on paper. All that potential is wasted, however, on the continually raunchy, hauntingly strange, rarely funny 90-minute nightmare.