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Bike to Work on May 19

TWU Denton employees are invited to celebrate Bike to Work Day by cruising with their colleagues to lunch.

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DSS seeks volunteers to assist students

A few slots remain open for volunteers to assist Disability Services for Students (DSS) during finals week.

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Center to offer grants to Texas rural women entrepreneurs

Thirty-five, $10,000 grants for a total of $350,000 will be awarded to qualified Texas rural women who have been in business for at least three years.

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TWU Theatre ends season with 'Head Over Heels'

Have you seen “Head Over Heels,” the last presentation in TWU Theatre’s 2022-2023 season? Go behind the scenes to learn how the play came about. Final performances are April 28-30, so get your tickets now!

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Literacy research symposium slated

Registration is open for the TWU Visiting Literacy Research Scholar Symposium, scheduled June 28-29 on the Denton campus and online.

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Volunteers needed for Denton commencement

Graduation is the most exciting point in our students’ educational journeys, and you can help make it special.

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Recycle lithium batteries for Earth Day

TWU’s Build Well component of the Health & Well Being Initiative is collaborating with the Pilot Knob Rotary Club to collect old rechargeable batteries.

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Free groceries available April 19

Groceries to Go! (formerly the Mobile Food Pantry) is set for Wednesday, April 19, at the Lowry Woods Parking Lot on the Denton campus.

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Join TWU Athletics for Maroon & White Luncheon

Join TWU Athletics at noon Wednesday, April 19, for the monthly Maroon and White Luncheon.

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TWU again named 'Voter Friendly Campus'

Not only has Texas Woman’s been confirmed as a polling site for the upcoming local election, the university has once again been designated as a “Voter Friendly Campus.”

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