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Letter from the Editor

More than tradition, student newspapers affect campus Emily Nickles, Editor-in-Chief When I tell people what my job is, they don’t ask me any questions. They don’t ask me how a reporter does her job, what kind of people I talk to, whether my job is intensive or not. I used to work

Day of the Dead exhibition gives cultural perspective

Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief In collaboration with this year’s Day of the Dead Festival, the Greater Denton Arts Council presents Day of the Dead: Una Exhibición, a presentation of traditional and contemporary ofrendas, or altars, that signify the meaning and origins of the holiday. Various community leaders and groups including the Tri-County Regional

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

Get up and dance with the Grooves

By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief Something groovy this way comes in Denton. If you enjoy a funky sound that makes you want to get up and dance, then you should check out local band West and the Grooves. First formed in 2012, the band’s origins stemmed from a social media post written

TWU offers new journalism minor with UNT collaboration

By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief Spring 2016, students studying English at TWU will have the option to minor in journalism through UNT’s Mayborn School of Journalism. According to the English, Speech and Foreign Language program materials online, students enrolled in the English program will take their major courses at TWU while attending

Letter from the Editor

By: Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief Welcome back, TWU students! My name is Katie Olson, and I am your new Editor-in-Chief for the 2015-2016 academic year. I am currently completing my last year here at TWU, earning my Bachelor’s Degree in English. I look forward to serving as a representative for the student

Rain washes out Texas drought

  Cool temperatures this spring have brought much needed relief from the Texas heat for TWU students and Denton residents alike. The recent heavy rains along with the wet winter and spring has ended the state’s extreme drought conditions for the first time in five years, as stated by national news

Take a trip outside your comfort zone

Summer is a time of thrill-seeking adventure, yet often we are discouraged from traveling alone. The various reasons include safety, expense, and the social stigma of being seen without a partner or close friends. This last reason in particular seems to keep even the most adventurous individual from taking exciting