The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Try saying that five times fast. Set in 1946 England, this Netflix original film based on the novel by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Shaffer brings to life the heartwarming tale of an adventurous young woman named Juliet Ashton and her discovery of one quite peculiar,
TWU’s College of Professional Education is still flying high two months after an early win for its teacher-education project. Wednesday marks the 60-day anniversary of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s announcement naming TWU’s Teach Denton collaborative as a finalist in the 18th annual Star Award competition. Teach Denton: Supporting Teacher Pathways and Teacher Effectiveness, sponsored
Come to the Fitness and Recreation Center for “Girl’s Night” April 3r, and bring a trustworthy friend to learn the basics of rock wall climbing. Climbing wall supervisor Jamie Esparza will be walking the attendees through rope and wall techniques at a beginner level, but all level climbers are welcome
Students may often find themselves looking for a way to give back. As Ghandi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” For students looking to better their community and better themselves, Student Life and Denton Serves offer a wide range of programs and non-profits
TWU is all about helping its students with their education as much as it can, and the PIONERAS scholarship is one of the many unique ways that the university accomplishes this. Now, in its second year of existence, the Professional Improvement through Optimization of Native-language Education and the Realization of Academic/familial Symbiosis,
Entering into the new year, many people have grown accustomed to creating a “New Year’s Resolution.” According to Inc.com, the top two resolutions of 2019 are to eat healthier and to exercise more. Fitness and health are something many people strive to attain. However, staying consistent seems to be the biggest struggle. Out
Students and staff from across the United States will travel to Denton as Texas Woman’s University hosts the SENCER Center for Innovation-Southwest Spring 2019 Regional Symposium this Friday, Feb. 1. Though SENCER is known for its foundation in science, students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend the event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.