One slogan that Texas Woman’s University lives by is to “learn by doing.” Whether through classes or through student organizations, I have seen TWU’s continuous effort to engage students in hands-on experience in order to enhance their educations. One of these real-world experiences that TWU offers to students every year is TWU’s Day at
Every month, TWU Athletics recognizes one student athlete for going above and beyond in their field. For this month, the honor was given to junior health studies major Bria Northrop. Northrop is currently a part of the TWU gymnastics team but was competing in the gymnastics world with Fuzion Gymnastics before she signed on
The city of Dallas is constantly updating and introducing new art from all genres, the more groundbreaking the better. Futuristic displays cover the walls of some of Dallas’s most historic buildings in the art district, and trendy experience art has caught on as well in the metroplex. Located along Flora street, the Dallas art district presents
Every year, Texas Woman’s University hosts a Parry Lecture on its Houston campus. Each year features a different topic, and this year’s lecture will be over indigenizing the health professions. The lecture will take place Mar. 7 from 5-7 p.m. in the Houston Endowment Auditorium. The 2019 Parry Lecture will be presented by Dr.
For over ten years, the Texas Woman’s Center for Student Leadership has been hosting events to get students involved and confident in their leadership abilities. 2019 is no different, and March 1 is the TWU March for a Cure 5K. This on-campus fundraiser will encourage the public to lace up their sneakers and walk
This January, Texas Woman’s University’s Institutional Review Board implemented large-scale changes affecting university research. The new Common Rule requirements handed down by the Department of Health and Human Services, which include changes to review categories and consent requirements for federally-funded research involving human subjects, took effect Jan. 21 at TWU. These federally mandated changes coincide
AGENDA FINANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING Thursday, February 21, 2019, at 1:00 PM Finance and Audit Committee Members: Regents Wilson (Chair), Jester, Schrader, Wu & Perez (Ex- Officio) I. Call Finance and Audit Committee Meeting to Order II. Approval of the Minutes of the Finance and Audit Committee Meeting of November 8, 2018 III.
Over the last 10 years, Texas Woman’s University has been recognized as a Military Friendly campus every single year. This is a title not many universities get the privilege of having, and TWU has had the honor of earning this recognition for 10 straight years. A Military Friendly college must be able to meet individual
According to its website, Texas Woman’s University is home to a large percentage of commuter students. In fact, over three-fourths of those who attend TWU are commuters. For this reason, TWU offers many helpful tools and amenities for its commuters. These resources can range from shuttles to care stations around campus to extra parking lots
Texas Woman’s University’s Pioneer Softball team took a 4-3 win over the Oklahoma Christian Eagles Monday, Feb. 11. Their close call in Oklahoma City prepared their minds for conference play that started Friday, Feb. 15 against A&M-Kingsville. However, the Pioneers still fell to the undefeated Javelinas 9-1 in their first game against A&M-Kingsville. Saturday, Feb. 16, the Softball
Consideration of extending a bike lane along West Hickory Street in Denton has quickly led to a heated debate that started at the end of January this year. After the city of Denton’s Mobility Committee met Tuesday, Jan. 29, their different options received contrasting reviews from business owners and cyclists. Business owners in the area
Black History Month in Dallas is teeming with celebrations of black culture, expressive art, and remembrance of history. The Texas Woman’s University Art Gallery is putting on several shows featuring works by Kathleen Collins, Michelle Gibson, T Vasquez, and Montoya Williams. These artists have captured their experiences through mediums like
Texas Woman’s University not only offers many resources for students, but also for the students’ children. The Clubhouse is an “educational enrichment program for children ages 5-12 that include reading projects, arts & crafts, cooking experiments, gardening, science, weekly field trips and community service,” according to The Clubhouse website. The Clubhouse is a program aimed
“In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the United States, the highest there have ever been since 1970,” Campus Safety Magazine said (recorded in Oct. of 2018). These statistics are a combination of firearm incidents that have occurred either on or around campus where a bullet has hit school property, regardless of time
Last Saturday, Texas Woman’s University’s Redbud Theatre presented Lauren Gunderson's play, “Emilie La Marquise de Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight,” directed by Dr. Patrick Bynane. Running from Feb. 13 through Feb. 17, the Valentine’s production explored the many faces of love, loss and mindful pursuits through one woman’s post-mortem search for meaning. Bynane’s production brought