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8 TWU volleyball players recovering from hospitalization

Update - August 29  Late Friday, Aug. 26, the seventh Pioneer volleyball player was released from a Denton hospital. The final student-athlete was released from her hometown hospital on Sunday, Aug. 28. Also late on Aug. 26, the Athletics Department and volleyball team were notified of head volleyball coach Shelly Barberee’s

Return of Kings’ antiwoman meet-up threatens international safety of women

So called “tribal meetings” of male comradarie support misogynist ideals and criticize female rights. UPDATE: As of this evening, Roosh Validazeh has cancelled the Return of Kings international meet-ups scheduled for Feb. 6. Individual groups may still meet-up without affiliation. Student Life just sent out an Official Announcement at 4:31 p.m. warning

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

Student Union holds 3rd Stock The Fridge drive

  Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor While every college student is dealing with the stress of classes and assignments, some college students are also struggling to put food on the table. From Nov. 9 to 18 the Student Union, in collaboration with the Department of Sociology and Social Work, will be holding the third

Career Services helps with students’ Major Decision

Matt Olson, Copy Editor The Seminar Wednesday Oct. 7, TWU’s Career Services will host its seminar “It’s a Major Decision! How to Select a Major That Excites You.” The event will be held in Student Union room 113 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Assistant Director of Career Services Sherri Williams said in an email: “Choosing

TWU hosts breast cancer awareness walk

Page Editor, Nadiyah Suleiman Come support breast cancer awareness during TWU’s annual Pink Promises Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. The free event will take place at 5:30 p.m. in front of Hubbard Hall on Tuesday, October 6th. Below are photos that showcase the enthusiasm that surrounded last year's Pink Promises event.               All photos

TWU Smart Money educates students

The Smart Money series that will be hosted by the Financial Aid Office has something to offer for every college student at TWU. The series is a highly interactive workshop that will offer advising to college students on how to be smart with their money. Part one of the Smart

So, I said no to the Greek

Where I come from, every girl cannot wait to get to college and join a sorority. They start looking into colleges with the best Greek life, finding cute monogrammed shirts, and chatter nonstop about recruitment week, which was why I decided to look into possibly joining a sorority here at

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

Campus carry concerns

On September 16, Director of Public Safety Chief Pauley held one of possibly many open forums discussing the new campus carry law passed and signed by Governor Greg Abbott. This new law gives students who hold a concealed handgun license the access to carry on campus. The bill also gives

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