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The bees are back

Bees are making a comeback after a period of endangerment caused by a deadly combination of Varroa mites and neonicotinoid pesticides. For two years, some research linked the decline to climate change, others said it was a natural function in the species, but the consensus among scientists now is that the mites and the

Dallas brings art to life

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

“Afrofuturism” artist M. Willams comes to TWU Denton campus

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

Free speech area attracts religious group

February 13th, a group of 12 men between the ages of 18-50 years old gathered in the free speech area next to the student union on TWU Denton campus. The men do not go to Texas Woman’s University and wouldn’t say if they were students elsewhere when asked. Their message was religious and loud,  and

Hurricane Harvey still affects Houston residents

Two years after Harvey, downtown Houston may appear unscathed to the outside observer. The traffic is at its normal pace, the streets and sidewalks have been repaired, and life seems to buzz on in the long-term aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Houston residents, however, have not forgotten the 134 mph wind speeds or the

Phil predicts an early spring- here’s why the world cares

Groundhogs are part of the rodent family, officially known as “Marmots.” These animals weigh approximately eight pounds, burrow deep inside the earth for their homes and some people believe that they have the power to predict weather patterns. Mauricio Guitron, a marketing professional with National Today, surveyed over 1,000 people and

Rock it at “Girl’s Night”

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

Taking care of the community

 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

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