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Native Plant Society of Texas began at TWU

Plans to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) on TWU’s Denton campus this fall were well underway in the spring before coming to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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'A Yellow Rose Project' exhibit comes to Denton campus

The TWU Denton community is invited to view a special exhibition on campus in November: A Yellow Rose Project.

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Partial closing of Bell Ave. scheduled

Bell Avenue will be closed between Texas Street and Administration Drive, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Nov. 4-5, for utility work.

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TWU recognized for exceptional grounds maintenance

Texas Woman’s University has been recognized with a 2020 Green Star Merit Award by the Professional Grounds Management Society.

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Free Thanksgiving baskets offered to Denton County veterans

TWU faculty, staff and students who are veterans and could benefit from easing the cost of providing a Thanksgiving meal to themselves or their family are welcome to a basket.

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Free flu shot clinic set on Denton campus

In an ongoing effort to provide services that help keep the TWU community safe and healthy, Student Health Services will host a FREE flu shot clinic Nov. 2-6 on the Denton campus by appointment.

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Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic opens to clients

The Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic (WAAC) is now open to clients for initial evaluation or re-evaluation for possible autism spectrum disorders.

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Free COVD-19 testing on Denton campus

Testing is available for any TWU employee or student who has been near COVID-19 patients or is worried about having contracted COVID-19.

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Clear the lot for 'CarPark Sonnets'

The faculty/staff lot at Oakland and 3rd streets will be the setting for a TWU Theatre production Oct. 14-18.

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DCTA seeks feedback on coronavirus safety measures

The Denton County Transportation Authority wants to know what you think about the safety measures implemented on DCTA vehicles in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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