With the new spring semester well underway, it can be easy to put our bodies behind in our priority list. Homework, exams and studies can take place as major priorities.
Kelsey Smith, a senior English major at TWU, shared how she keeps fit during the school year and offered useful information
When I got Luke, my half Border Collie half Australian Cattle Dog, I didn’t realize that I would be getting an entire community with him. Unlike me, an extreme introvert, Luke loves to socialize with dogs. And dogs, generally, come with owners. That means socializing is required on my part
Stress isn’t good for anyone. More often than not, it creates more problems than it solves. It can also be tricky to get rid of. Here at The Lasso, we wanted to share some tips to shed the stress.
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
You’ve heard that line a million times. But how
When it comes to movies, I am more of a sci-fi, multiple dimension, psychological thriller kind of guy. The horror movie genre is such a rarity for me that I could easily say a year could go by without one playing on my TV or laptop. Having said that, I did watch one a few months
For the students who have served or are still enlisted, the Student Veterans Association at TWU has great benefits for you. The SVA is an organization set up to bring people of similar military experiences together. Those who seek the camaraderie they found in the different military branches will find the same
Dressing up as a hideous goblin or a blood thirsty vampire is what some of us look forward to for Halloween, but was it always about “dressing up?” Did people always pass out candy or did they hand over other things to bag toting and masked individuals? I decided to
Take a look at your calendar and mark off Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. because the Dallas Student Life is hosting a movie night for you. The feature film that will be playing is the newly adapted Beauty and Beast.
SGA Vice President Jaeden Wiseman said that the motive behind
This Thursday, Oct. 19, many families and students came to the fun pre-Halloween party more formally know as Boo at the U. Set up around TWU’s amphitheater, visitor parking and the Hubbard Hall Lawn were giant inflatables, carnival games, train and carriage rides, and how could we not forget, candy
With Halloween just around the corner, there is a place here in Denton that is scary enough for you to check out if you are looking for some terror – The Parker House.
What is so special about Parker’s house?
Well, it used to be an old-fashioned funeral home before the 1940’s
Last Wednesday, the Student Government Association held a tailgate party before the soccer game against Texas A&M-Commerce.
What was it for?
The Student Organizations Council wanted to improve the attendance of students at the Pioneers’ games. By throwing this event, they hoped to gather a crowd for the Pioneers game that was
Diversity, Inclusion, and Outreach is presenting the movie “Frida,” “a visual biography of Frida Kahlo, who channeled the pain of a crippling injury and her tempestuous marriage into work.”
The event is taking place at Lowry Woods apartments on Friday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. Bring and friend or two and
This week The Lasso had the chance to interview Senior guard Morgan Easley. This year alone, she has already racked up a formidable number of starts with 17 points scored, six rebounds, five assists, four blocks and five steals. A fun player to watch on the court, she is also
Pioneers vs Lion Score Recap
Texas Woman’s soccer team had a great game with Texas A&M-Commerce Wednesday at Lion Soccer Field. First year Haley Ward ran past the Lion’s defense and drove a shot into the goal at the 33 minute mark, taking the Pioneers to the lead until the 51 minute where First
We all know our life is fragile. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow. With that in mind, does that mean we should live ignorant of what harms us? Or should we consider and adapt to parts of our world around us that are carcinogenic to our bodies?
What is a Carcinogen?
The Lasso sat down with Interim Executive Director of Fitness and Recreation Dr. Beth Palmer, to talk about TWU’s Fitness and Recreation center.
Palmer said she is responsible for “leading and managing the department of Fitness and Recreation, with particular emphasis on promoting a healthy lifestyle.” She was enthusiastic about the
The Blagg-Huey Library has one of the largest collections of women’s history in Texas, the southwest and the United States. There are several other collections presented in various places throughout the library; You can see the history of the W.A.S.P.s, Women Air Service Pilots, who have served in the U.S.
Looking for live events and grub? Here are two places you could try.
Live Jazz at The Greenhouse
Established since 1998 in Denton, The Greenhouse has won the “Best Martini” award, and serves food from Bruchetta to a Salmon Burger— a salmon patty topped with smoked jalapeno tartar sauce and cheddar cheese, all on a brioche bun.
The Greenhouse restaurant and