The Daedalian seeks artists

By: Nadiyah Suleiman, Page Editor It’s that time again. TWU’s literary and arts journal “The Daedalian” will be accepting student submissions for the 2015-2016 issue, beginning October 30. Submissions are solicited until early spring, and after the submission deadline passes, a team of readers evaluates each submission with the artists’ names

Disability awareness

By: Johnna Headley, Reporter Along with Breast Cancer Awareness, the month of October is also dedicated to Disability Awareness Month. Director of Disability Support Services Jo Ann Nunnelly shared some insight on Disability Awareness Month and why it should be recognized by everyone. Nunnelly said: “Disability Awareness month is important because we

Pioneers to face Tarleton in round-two

By: Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor TWU’s Pioneer Volleyball Team has played a strong season with only three losses, putting them in a three-way tie for first place in the Lone Star Conference. Coach Shelly Barbaree expressed her excitement with the season so far: “We’ve had a great season, I mean we’re 14

Local charity offers entertainment to benefit first responders

Friends with Benefits Denton offers free concert By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief First Responder Charity On Oct. 17, from noon to 6 p.m., join Friends with Benefits Denton for its third annual charity event: the North Texas Hot Shots Concert. The goal is to raise money for first responders. In an email interview, Friends with

2015 Annual Ann Stuart and Ray R. Poliakoff Celebration of Science

Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief The TWU annual Celebration of Science was held on Oct. 9th, in the Ann Stuart Science Complex beginning at 8:30 am. The event featured two keynote speakers along with presentations of student posters from the Chemistry and Biology departments. According to the College of Arts and Sciences home page

TWU grad student brings music to Nigerian students

Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor A TWU graduate student, with the help of the TWU Music Department, hopes to provide backpacks, school supplies and classroom musical instruments to 400 students in Nigeria.  In the fall of 2014, TWU Music and Education graduate student Blessed Onaiwu returned to her native country of Nigeria