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Flyers dispute TWU’s free-speech policy

Students at Texas Woman's University Denton may have noticed flyers circulating on campus criticizing the university’s free speech policy. The flyers, which have been placed on the bulletin board outside the student union for the past several weeks, suggest that TWU’s free speech policy is too restrictive, requiring pre-approval to use free speech zones and

TWU softball ends on positive note

The Texas Woman’s University Softball team recently went head to head against the Western New Mexico Mustangs Friday, April 26. Pitcher Bailey Turner kept the Mustangs from scoring most of the game, however her efforts were not enough. The Pioneers ended up taking the “L” with a score of 2-0. Even though the game was

TWU herbarium director honored for environmental work, service

A butterfly pollinates an orange flower.

Texas Woman’s University herbarium director and biology professor, Dr. Camelia Maier, has recently been awarded for her work with the TWU butterfly gardens and her procurement of a grant for the garden totaling nearly $75,000 as well as her volunteer service in Denton.  Maier is an advisor of TWU’s approved native butterfly, or pollinator,

New TWU money management center to be led by athletics director

This April, Texas Woman’s University announced the creation of a new money management center to be led by the current athletics director, Chalese Connors.  Pioneer Moneywise will facilitate financial literacy among students, offering guidance on everything from managing student loan debt to creating budgets and balancing checkbooks. Connors, who has been the director of TWU’s

Celebrating cinco de mayo in denton

Cinco de Mayo has been celebrated since 1862 when the Mexican Army defeated the French Empire. For 157 years, people have been celebrating the victory, and Denton is no different. This year, the city of Denton will host the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration all day Saturday, May 4. The website states, “This free event

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