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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

Relax with TWU’s Tranquil Tuesdays

With all the stresses and responsibilities that come with being a college student, it can be hard to find time to relax. To help students that may be struggling with this, TWU’s Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, is hosting Tranquil Tuesdays at the Dallas campus on Tuesday, Oct. 2

All the Eternal Love I Have for Pumpkins

Known as the “Polka Dot Princess,” Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist, avant-garde sculptor and author. The exhibit, “All the Eternal Love I Have for Pumpkins,” will be at the Dallas Museum of Art through Feb. 25. Tickets to this exhibit cost $16, and the exhibit itself is limited to two people

SGA leads the Dallas campus in student advocacy and building community

  “I’m going to make sure everybody’s voice is heard,”-SGA-Dallas President Jacqueline Corna.  At the TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences, the Student Government Association has greatly impacted the student experience by playing a primary role in student advocacy and fostering community on campus.   Student Advocacy   “We listen to what most of the students are saying, and then

Brunch in the Bishop Arts District

Some of the best brunch in Dallas can be found about ten minutes south of the TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences. Head down to the Bishop Arts District and feast for $15 or less at the following restaurants. Tillman’s Roadhouse Though Tillman’s Roadhouse is tucked into the heart

Opportunities for active Dallas students

Student organizations and activities are skyrocketing on the Texas Woman’s University Dallas Campus.  The campus has seen a 50 percent growth in the number of student organizations in the past two years, according to Taylor Dukes, Dallas Center student life program coordinator. “With a more non-traditional student population, we strive to

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