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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

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

Misconduct leads to suspension of Greek life

Sexual misconduct, alcohol abuse and the culture of fraternities and sororities led to the suspension of Greek life in colleges across the nation. As of April 1, 2019, the University of Texas Arlington suspended all Greek life. During this suspension, all fraternities and sororities must not host or participate in social events, including philanthropic events.

Apple to release new products

Today, Apple is one of the top brands when it comes to technology. According to the, Apple was ranked number two in 2018, putting the brand value at $146.3 billion. What started as two friends, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, building boxes that allowed people to make long distance phone calls at no cost

Experience Denton the right way

Denton is home to many unique stops, but certain places hold a special place in my heart. If you are a wino like me, a little place called Wine Squared might make your heart throb. The calm atmosphere, upbeat staff members and games make for a perfect laid back night. Since

Golden Boys come to Denton

From gold sparkly accents to sleek black walls, the Golden Boy coffee shop wanted to stand out from the average traditional look. “We really like the concept of kind of dark black and golds and the colors- it helps transition from coffee to cocktails,” co- owner Andy Cunningham told the Denton Record Chronicle.

Houston raid leaves questions about officers’ motives

From a raid that left two suspects dead, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said, “I’m very confident that we’re going to have criminal charges on one or more police officers” Jan. 28, 2019, a no-knock raid warrant was issued to the house of 7815 Harding St. in the  Pecan Park neighborhood of southeast Houston. Upon

TWU to host March For A Cure 5k

For over ten years, the Texas Woman’s Center for Student Leadership has been hosting events to get students involved and confident in their leadership abilities. 2019 is no different, and March 1 is the TWU March for a Cure 5K. This on-campus fundraiser will encourage the public to lace up their sneakers and walk

TWU Clubhouse provides childcare for students

Texas Woman’s University not only offers many resources for students, but also for the students’ children. The Clubhouse is an “educational enrichment program for children ages 5-12 that include reading projects, arts & crafts, cooking experiments, gardening, science, weekly field trips and community service,” according to The Clubhouse website. The Clubhouse is a program aimed

New app implemented by Krum ISD

“In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the United States, the highest there have ever been since 1970,” Campus Safety Magazine said (recorded in Oct. of 2018). These statistics are a combination of firearm incidents that have occurred either on or around campus where a bullet has hit school property, regardless of time

TWU to take students on a trip to the Mavs game

Calling all current TWU students, faculty, and staff: if you are a lover of basketball, TWU Student Life is offering a trip to the Dallas Mavericks game Friday, Feb. 8 against the Milwaukee Bucks. For $10 a ticket, TWU will offer a shuttle to the game from campus and court-side seats for the pregame

Stay committed

Entering into the new year, many people have grown accustomed to creating a “New Year’s Resolution.” According to, the top two resolutions of 2019 are to eat healthier and to exercise more. Fitness and health are something many people strive to attain. However, staying consistent seems to be the biggest struggle. Out

Curve the germs

            There is no doubt about it: flu season is in full throttle. No matter the lengths taken to avoid getting sick, sometimes it is inevitable.             The influenza can sometimes be deadly for those who are high-risk, such as the elderly, pregnant women, children and those with weak immune systems. The

Scary letters lead to academic inadequacy

People of the world are developing anxiety and fears over situations that should not create these feelings. Almost everything around the world seems to generate some form of negative response from people all over. Recently, I read an article about students having a fear of capital letters. Apparently, these big, bold,

New life for homeless in Dallas

Dallas LIFE’s mission is to be “…a place where homeless men, women, and children can receive help and hope during their time of need,” according to their website. “Dallas LIFE is a path to recovery and self-sufficient living. Dallas LIFE is a promise that there is a way to begin

Conquer test anxiety

Test anxiety is defined as a fear of failing that you feel before or while taking an important examination. No matter how hard you prepare for the test, somehow you just blank. Not every student gets test anxiety, but according to the American Test Anxieties Association (AMTAA), 16-20% struggle with high

Houston Christmas to come to life with Magical Winter Lights

“Magical Winter Lights is a 20- acre, 52- day, larger than life lantern festival that presents a fresh multicultural take on traditional holiday light shows,” according to the MWL website. For the fourth year, MWL continues to be “Houston’s largest holiday celebration and the nation’s largest lantern festival of its kind,”