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Alumna brings first juice bar to area

Bringing the first juice bar to Denton, TWU Alumna and current student, Loni Puckett began her business as a booth at the Denton Community Market in 2015. Now, Puckett continues to bring over 50 organic fruit and vegetable juices, cleanses, and natural baked goods to the Denton community as the Juice

Students who volunteer together, succeed together

When you think of TWU’s Occupational Therapy program, the first thing you think of probably isn’t volunteer work. Surprisingly, giving back to the community is a huge part of the Student Occupational Therapy Association at TWU Houston. SOTA students are involved with numerous fundraising events throughout the year. They do community

Meet Raechelle Robles

Senior Kinesiology major Raechelle Robles will be walking across the stage in May. A dedicated and energetic individual, Robles plans on going to Physical Therapy School after she graduates. Robles states that her years at TWU have been a journey, calling it both: “exciting and challenging.” Having been involved in

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Savannah Peer

Terry Scholar - English Major Heather Hines, Reporter English major and graduating senior Savannah Peer will be the first Terry Scholar from TWU to walk across the stage this December. Savannah’s college career began in high school, where she earned 35 hours of college credit and a scholarship from her school. This allowed

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Gabriela Robledo

Bilingual Education Major Johnna Headley, Reporter Gabriela Robledo will be walking across the stage to receive her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Bilingual Education. Robledo has further plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction specializing in Bilingual Education while working as an elementary teacher. Robledo recognizes the major impact of

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Madeline Potter

Visual Arts Major - Concentration Photography Matt Olson, Copy Editor Photography senior Madeline Potter has been distinguished within her program as an outstanding senior. Potter has made significant contribution to campus arts and the photography department. Her accomplishments include a show in the 010 Gallery and showings in the Black Box Gallery in Portland,

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Lara Trad

Visual Arts Major - Concentration Graphic Design Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor Lara Trad is graduating with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design. Originally from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Trad said she chose to attend TWU because she liked the graphic design environment that the art department offered. Trad shared:

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Chuck Greenslade

Visual Arts Major - Concentration Graphic Design Nadiyah Suleiman, Page Editor Graduating Senior Charles “Chuck” Greenslade will be walking across the stage this December to receive a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design. Greenslade also serves as the President of American Institute of Graphic Arts TWU’s student graphic

Outstanding TWU Graduating Seniors – Cristina Zuniga

Visual Arts Major - Concentration Graphic Design Emily Nickles, Page Editor Cristina Zuniga is graduating with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic design. She graduated with her Associates in Art in 2008 with a focus in Photography. Zuniga shares that her inspiration for choosing photography and then graphic

Holiday Recipes from The Lasso Staff

The Lasso staff would like to share our favorite holiday recipes with you! We hope you enjoy!   Sweet Potato Souffle: Rhonda Ross, Advisor Souffle: 1/2 cup butter (1 stick), at room temperature, plus more to grease pan 5 medium sweet potatoes 2 large eggs 1 cup granulated sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/2 cup milk Pinch of salt Topping: 1 cup

ODK Luncheon Gallery

Omicron Delta Kappa recently provided a luncheon for approximately 180 Facilities Management staff. According to Associate Director of the Leadership Institute Judy Elias, ODK is an honor society for students in the Leadership Institute. Elias said in an email: “This luncheon was part of our commitment to giving back to

Prophets and Outlaws: A down-to-earth southern rock band with a groovy sound

Johnna Headley, Reporter Prophets and Outlaws It is no surprise that Texas country music fans catch themselves singing to the groove and relatability of Prophets and Outlaws songs. Lead singer, guitarist and song writer Matt Boggs is accompanied by brothers, Steven and James Guckenhiemer, on lead guitar and drums, respectively, CJ Thompson

TWU hosts breast cancer awareness walk

Page Editor, Nadiyah Suleiman Come support breast cancer awareness during TWU’s annual Pink Promises Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. The free event will take place at 5:30 p.m. in front of Hubbard Hall on Tuesday, October 6th. Below are photos that showcase the enthusiasm that surrounded last year's Pink Promises event.               All photos

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