The ArtsWalk will be held on Thurs. April 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. The walk will take place from the TWU Library fountain, Redbud 204 to the DGL Dance Building. This event is always free for students, faculty, staff and the public. The theme for this year’s ArtsWalk is “Emerging
TWU intramurals are a great way for students to get involved in athletics without the stress of being the best. While intramural sports are the same sports that are played at the more competitive collegiate level, they are played at a much friendlier and laid-back style. Some of the spring intramural
To “learn by doing” was advocated in chemistry labs long before TWU made it their slogan, as Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor Dr. Richard Sheardy would agree. After a team of TWU faculty and administrators visited the annual summer institute of the SENCER (Science Education for New Civic Engagements) project in
Two Assistant Professors of English, Dr. Bender and Dr. Busl, were recently awarded a $99,803 grant for their “Building Global Perspectives in the Humanities” project from the National Endowment for the Humanities. This grant is the first of its kind for TWU to receive, according to Anna Ryan in her update
Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Facebook are just a few of the social media platforms that many individuals spend time scrolling through daily. According to The Telegraph, “The average person has five social media accounts and spends around one hour and 40 minutes browsing these networks every day.” Last fall, I felt
Who Is Robert S. Mueller III? Robert Swan Mueller III is an American lawyer who is currently serving as special counsel in charge of conducting a “full and thorough investigation of the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election,” per the Office of the Deputy Attorney General.
Students dealing with domestic violence, sexual abuse, stalking are not alone TWU has many resources available to students who have extenuating circumstances, and a new resource has just been created specifically for students who have are dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault or abuse and stalking. The Student Life department is now
Many students receive university updates through their email, yet there is a wealth of information that is a bit trickier to locate and takes more initiative. Last month, TWU’s Board of Regents held a regular meeting here on the Denton campus to discuss numerous agenda items, regarding academic affairs, finance, and
This semester, Texas Woman’s University actively encourages its students to get involved in the political storm. Women across Texas are now running for political office in swarms. According to Renuka Rayasam on politico.com, over 50 Texan women are running for congressional races this year. With events like IGNITE and a
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The Career Connections Center will be holding a workshop from 12 to 1 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 29, “How to Avoid the Black Hole: Did They Get my Resume?” at the Dallas campus to assist students with getting the most out of their resume submissions. Associate Director of Career Consulting and Programming
What's the Tea? Whether you prefer a hot cup of energizing green tea or a warm cup of mellow Earl Grey, TWU Student Union Programming’s event, called “What’s the Tea with SUP,” was the perfect mix of delicious tea, cool prizes and friendly conversation. The event, held Friday, Jan. 19, was one
Denton residents woke up the day after Christmas to unexpected news: in the early morning, the Downtown Mini Mall II had been engulfed in flames. The similar memories for longtime residents, as 23 years ago a fire on the west side of the square destroyed three businesses. For 37 years,