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TWU Chief of Police speaks on recent gun rampage

A bomb and gun attack on a college in Kerch, Crimea killed at least 19 people and wounded dozens more about two weeks ago. The shooter was 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov, a fourth-year student at the college, who took his own life at the end of his rampage. Massive casualties at the

Greater Denton Arts Council showing Tyrone Geter’s work

The Greater Denton Arts Council is currently showing a South Carolina artist’s work in exhibition “I Come As One, But Stand As 10,000.” Inspired by his mother and the hardships women of color face, artist Tyrone Geter celebrates them and their stories, often times with just charcoal and ripped paper. “When

Soccer and volleyball updates

Consecutive Soccer Shutouts             The Pioneers’ most recent games have earned them points towards their standing in the Lone Star Conference. After playing at home , Oct. 3, the Pioneers made a quick turnaround to play Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls Friday, Oct. 5. Their Friday night game earned them

Harvest Festival to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s Association

To bring the community together and raise money for Alzheimer’s, The Village at Valley Creek will be hosting their first annual Harvest Festival. The project, which has only been underway since the end of the last week in August, will have food, games, live musicians David Harnois and Clarence Pitts, face

Crime Blotter

The following report covers the week of Monday, Sept. 24 through Tuesday, Oct. 2. Houston Center Wednesday, Sept. 25, an incident of voyeurism was reported at the Houston Center and is still currently active. Lowry Woods Community A theft of less than $100 was reported in the Lowry Woods Community Oct. 1 at 9:20

TWU Theater’s “The Birds” to open Wednesday

The Theater department has been preparing since May for their first show of the 2018-2019 season, “The Birds.” On Wednesday, Oct. 11, they will take the stage at 8 p.m. in the Redbud Theater Complex. Undergraduate students Alandra Baptiste, Walker Delk, Michael Diaz and Bryce Neel make up the entire

Crime blotter: Theft at Lowry Woods

In efforts to keep students informed, The Lasso is bringing back a weekly Police Blotter that will feature crime reported on campus for the previous week. This blotter will cover crime reported for the week of Sept. 17 to Sept. 24. Lowry Woods Community On Tuesday, Sept. 18, a theft of less

Namaste calm: Yoga options in Denton

Yogi doesn’t have to only be the teas that calm your colds or soothe your midterm stress. You can be a yogi yourself with these different Denton yoga studios close to the TWU campus. Authentic Yoga Life – 218 N Austin St, Denton, TX 76201             Based off of Baron Baptiste’s Power

Pick your pumpkin patch

            It is finally the time to whip out a camera and pick out a pumpkin, but first, a quick run-down on some of the best pumpkin patches around. Prioritize before reading, because each pumpkin patch has its own perks. The Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch – Flower Mound, TX             The first

Tease your tastebuds with tasty tostadas

For an affordable meal and a casual brunch or coffee stop before class, swing by 603 North Locust Street, only three blocks north of Denton square. Every day of the week, Loco Café opens its doors from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Biscuits and beverages are made fresh daily, garnering attention from

Hard hats on: An exclusive look at the new Student Union

  TWU students voted to raise the fee in order to build a new student union in Feb. of 2015. Since then, construction has stretched out its legs all over the Denton campus, but what students used to call Hubbard Hall continues to arouse excitement and rumors concerning the new student

Fall into Autumn with the Denton Farmer’s Market

To welcome the new season that is just around the corner, the Denton Community Market is holding a variety of fall events and fundraisers during the month of September. From April through November, the Denton Community Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. According to their website, the Community

Sticking up for Stickler Syndrome

In May of 2015, a Tyler newspaper quoted a then 19-year-old Hannah Werchan in a story about conquering challenges through visual and performance arts at her high school, All Saints Episcopal School. In the article, Werchan said, “I have a passion for art. I feel like I could become something with it.” Little

Owl the rage: Painting at the fountain

To keep in touch with creativity during the first week of the fall semester, the Student Union Programming is hosting Painting at the Fountain on Saturday, Sep 1. Meet up with other TWU students at the Hubbard Lawn for two hours of friends, fun and fresh paint. Admission to the

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