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Dallas Student Life hosts health specific events

TWU’s Dallas students received a warm welcome to campus last week by the Student Life department who wish to continue serving student with opportunities and events throughout the year.  Considering students in Dallas seek future careers in the healthcare field, the Department of Student Life seeks to provide opportunities students on

First-year gymnast finds the right balance

Erin Alderman excels in her first meets on TWU's gymnastics team, earning early praise for her scores Heather Hines, Reporter First-year Communication  Sciences and Disorders major Erin Alderman has exceeded expectations in her first collegiate gymnastics meets. Training in the all-around, Alderman has competed at every meet TWU has participated in this

TWU to host first ‘I do’ Denton Bridal Show

Heather Hines, Reporter Denton’s brides to be must travel no further than their hometown this Saturday, January 23 to find wedding inspiration. The first ‘I Do’ Denton Bridal Show will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at TWU’s Hubbard Hall. Brides can expect free admittance to the event, a free

Family season begins

Heather Hines, Reporter With the passing of Halloween, the holiday season has officially begun. Soon students will be on their way home for turkey and mashed potatoes and back again in less than a month for Christmas treats and New Year’s champagne.  Some people refer to the holiday season as a

Tech Tables

Students’ Advisory Committee for Technology Seeks to Help Students Heather Hines, Reporter TWU’s Students’ Advisory Committee for Technology will host multiple student information sessions Nov. 9-13 in Denton, Houston and Dallas to help students better understand the free resources available to them through TWU. Listed below are the times, dates and places where

Non-Traditional students appreciated

Heather Hines, Reporter Non-Traditional Student week will be held on campus Nov. 2-5 in an effort to build stronger connections with non-traditional students at TWU who are commuters, parents and/or veterans as well as students enrolled in online courses. TWU has hosted this event since 2005 with the goal of bringing information,

Career expo offers job opportunities

Heather Hines, Reporter Students in professional attire with resumes in hand wound through the Hubbard Hall southeast ball room, looking for promising job opportunities and stopping at tables with eager managers and recruiters. The Career Expo presented students with 20 different organizations looking to hire college students or offer internships to

TWU Ambassador Wick receives honors from NCAN

Heather Hines, Reporter The National College Access Network honored TWU Ambassador Chad Wick, for his work helping potential college students at their national convention in Orlando, FA Sept. 28. The students Wick chose to help came from low-income families or were first generation college students. He first became interested in helping students

Houston faculty members awarded highest Nursing Honor

Heather Hines, Reporter Three of TWU’s Houston campus faculty have been chosen by the American Association of Nurses to be inducted as nursing fellows at its annual conference in Washington, D.C. on October 17th. Associate Professor of Nursing Joan Edwards and adjunct faculty members Deborah Simmons and Patrick Palmieri will be three

TWU hosts Texas Dance Improvisation festival

Heather Hines, Reporter The seventh annual Texas Dance Improvisation Festival, featuring guest artist Darrell Jones, will be hosted by the Department of Dance on campus Oct. 8-10.     The creation of TDIF came from TWU’s Associate Professors of Dance Jordan Fuchs and Sarah Gamblin, who co-founded the festival in 2009. The