Lecture on Human Trafficking to be held

On Sept. 23 from 3- 4 p.m, Students Against Trafficking and Slavery will be hosting an event to raise awareness of human trafficking. “Human Trafficking 101: How It Affects OUR Community and What WE Can Do About It” is a lecture by Demand Abolition Coordinator, Dixie Hairston. Hairston received a Master’s degree

Alumni Receives Prestigious Award

Friday Sept. 18, TWU alumna and former Clemson University professor and program director Kathleen Robinson was formally announced as the recipient of the 2015 Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award. She accepted her award and spoke to the campus. Robinson shared in a TWU press release: “TWU provided the skills and knowledge that

Faculty flute recital to make campus musical

On Sept. 29 TWU Music Department Chair, co-coordinator and professor Dr. Pamela Youngblood will present the campus with a faculty flute recital. Youngblood recently released a new CD of compositions, titled “Sparkle and Wit: International Treasures for Flute and Piano.” According to a TWU press release, Youngblood will performed alongside

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Christina and Janie Shoto are not your average family. No dream is impossible with these two, and they have the drive to achieve it — with the business sense of women who have had years of experience and the creative foresight to supply the community with a variety of interesting

Brendan Dally joins Athletics Department

TWU Athletics Department recently hired new Assistant Director of Athletics for Operations and Event Management Brendan Dally, who started working at TWU on August 17 this year. This is Dally’s first year in Texas after moving from California, where he worked as the Facility and Events Manager at California State

TWU’s Enactus fights for education in Belize

By: Nadiyah Suleiman, Page Editor Enactus, a TWU student organization, recently travelled to Belize over the summer to provide support and supplies to the village of San Antonio Rio Hondo. Faculty Sponsor of Enactus Dr. David Rylander took three students, Senior Marketing major Citlalli Rodriguez, Senior Human Resources major Kaitlyn Brussow,

Bike 101 class offered to TWU students

By: Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor On Saturday Sept. 26, City of Denton Bike and Pedestrian Coordinator Julie Anderson is hosting a free Bike 101 class in the Student Union from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anderson said: “All skill levels are welcome. If you’ve been riding for a long time and are already

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