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Denton Redbud Festival continues revival of old TWU tradition

April 13 was named Denton’s Official Arbor Day at the city council meeting last Tuesday, and Keep Denton Beautiful will be celebrating it with the community. Around 60 vendors will be livening up the celebration with tree and plant sales, local and handmade products, family-friendly activities and more at the annual Denton Redbud Festival. “We’ve got environmental

Crime Blotter: March 26 to April 2

This week’s blotter will cover March 26 to April 2. Ann Stuart Science Complex – A bike worth more than $100, but less than $750 was reported stolen from a bike rack at the Ann Stuart Science Complex March 7, but was suspended Wednesday, March 27. ROTC – An unknown person broke

Crime Blotter

This week’s blotter will cover Feb. 25 through March 4. Lowry Woods Community – Failure to comply with requirements on striking fixtures on a highway worth more than $200 was reported in the Lowry Woods Community Feb. 27 and referred to Student Life. Additionally, possession of less than two ounces of marijuana was reported at Mary

Crime Blotter

This week’s blotter will cover Feb. 18 to 25. Student Union; Denton Campus – Unlawful restraint was reported at the Student Union on the Denton Campus Feb. 20 and was cleared by other means.Old Main Building – Burglary of textbooks from an office in the Old Main Building was reported Feb. 20 and suspended.Houston Center – Harassment

TWU sports struggle to stay on top

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

Crime Blotter: Feb.4 to Feb.11

This week’s blotter will cover Feb. 4 to Feb. 11. College St. – A hit-and-run was reported on the 600 block of College St. Monday, Feb. 11, causing over $200 worth of damage to the vehicle. The investigation was still active as of Feb. 11.

Heated discussions persist concerning West Hickory St. bike lane

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

Basketball gains ground after slow start to the season

            With two wins in the past week, Texas Woman’s University Basketball is progressing on their win-loss ratio after overcoming their seven-streak loss with a win against Cameron University Saturday, Jan. 19 and a one-point loss to Eastern New Mexico Thursday, Jan. 24. The Pioneers traveled to Canyon Saturday, Jan. 26 to take on the

Crime Blotter

This week’s blotter will cover Jan. 21-28. Mary Hufford Hall– Possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of less than two ounces of marijuana were reported at Mary Hufford Hall in the Lowry Woods Community Tuesday, Jan. 22. The offense was cleared by adult arrest.  Stark Hall – Marijuana odor was reported at Stark Hall Thursday, Jan.

New general counsel brings years of experience to TWU

Two weeks ago, Texas Woman’s University welcomed Katherine Green on campus to take her new title as the general counsel and associative vice president for compliance. She is already making herself at home on the 14th floor of the ACT building. Green may be new to the university, but the

Crime Blotter

This week’s Crime Blotter covers the week of Nov. 12 to Nov. 19. Sayers Hall– Possession of marijuana (less than 2 oz.) was reported at Sayers Hall Thursday, Nov. 15 at 4:58 p.m. A separate incident of possession of drug paraphernalia was reported at Sayers Hall at the same time.

Brighten up Christmas with holiday lights

Now that it is objectively acceptable to celebrate all things Christmas, here is the down-low on where to go to see the best lights in town. For northeastern TWU students at the Dallas and Denton campuses, free holiday fun is easy to come by in the DFW area. A few of

Don’t you dare Thanksgiving detox

After a holiday like Thanksgiving, feasters often feel like they owe their bodies an apology and fall for false detox campaigns that health “experts” make their Christmas bonuses off of. These rip-offs run rampant among college students, especially. The truth of the matter is, those considering dieting after Thanksgiving dinner either

Denton Holiday Lighting Festival celebrates 30years

Thanksgiving is over and Christmas lights are finally objectively acceptable. Denton knows it, too. Next Friday, Nov. 30, the Denton Holiday Festival Association, Inc. (DHFA) will be hosting the annual Denton Holiday Lighting Festival at 5:30 p.m. in Denton’s historic downtown. The community event held every second Friday after Thanksgiving will

TWU crime blotter

This week’s Crime Blotter covers the week of Oct. 22 to Oct. 30. The Commons – An assault that threatened bodily injury was reported at The Commons Oct. 25 at 10:31 a.m. The case was still active as of Tuesday, Oct. 30. Pioneer Hall Lot North – Possession of drug

Behind bars: Criminal Justice Department tours jail

The Criminal Justice Department at Texas Woman’s University offers free tours of different types of criminal justice facilities periodically. Less than a dozen students and staff attended the last tour of the Denton County Law Enforcement Center Thursday, Oct. 25. The tour was led by an officer and showed students the

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