Nursing student expands horizons

By: Johnna Headley, Reporter The Benjamin A. Gilman international scholarship provides grants to undergraduate students in the U.S. to aid funding for studying or career-oriented internships internationally. TWU Pre-Nursing sophomore Priscila Ortiz-Guerra is from Princeton, Texas. Through the Gilman Scholarship, Ortiz-Guerra is able to spend the fall semester in Valencia, Spain. Maritza

Local Band Aspires to the Stars

By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief They came from outer space and brought with them a self-described intergalactic isco-dance unk explosion. For fans of EDM, disco and rock, STARPARTY brings its own distinct presence to the Denton music scene. Formed in February 2012, the band comprises seven members: violinist Sharla Franklin, keyboardist Andrew Miller, guitarist

“Seven” production underway

By: Emily Nickles, Page Editor This October, the TWU Drama Department will be hosting a production of “Seven”, directed by associate professor Dr. Patrick Bynane. “Seven” was originally produced by Vital Voices Global Partnership, a non-governmental organization dedicated to empowering woman leaders and activists worldwide. The play highlights the tales of seven

Intramural league sports kick off, offering TWU students a way to have fun and stay fit

By: Matt Olson, Copy Editor TWU’s intramural leagues for both flag football and soccer start this week. Coed flag football kicked off Monday while coed soccer kicked off Tuesday. The men’s and women’s leagues for flag football begin today, and the men’s and women’s leagues for soccer begin tomorrow. Sign ups

TWU student vets honor those lost on 9/11

By Johnna Headley, Reporter All photography by Chuck Greenslade, Lasso Graphic Designer   9/10/15 – With the fourteenth anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, The Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and the plane crash in Pennsylvania, TWU Student Veteran’s Association members placed over 2,977 flags in

Hispanic Heritage Month brings Cultural Depth on Denton Campus

By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief Beginning on September 16th, TWU’s office of Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach will run various events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month on the Denton Campus. The event is meant to introduce students to the diverse perspectives of Hispanic culture in a safe, but fun and interactive environment. Diversity, Inclusion

Nursing students help Parkland Hospital make historic move

By: Amanda Simpson, Director of Media Relations DALLAS — Building on the university’s more than 60-year relationship with one of the nation’s largest public hospitals, about 70 Texas Woman’s University nursing students from the Dallas campus assisted Parkland Health and Hospital System in making the historic move to its state of