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In the News: Carine Feyten

Chancellor Carine Feyten was one of three female entrepreneurs who were asked, “If you could have dinner with any two DFW business leaders, who would you choose?”

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In the News: Brian Fehler

Brian Fehler (English, Denton) was interviewed by KERA reporter Miguel Perez and featured in a story, “North Texas gay bars have provided community for many. Here are their stories."

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In the News: Rob Ramirez

Rob Ramirez (facilities management) was quoted in a July 12 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “TWU: A campus divided … by construction.”

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In the News: Jennifer Martin

Jennifer Martin (provost’s office, Denton) was quoted in a July 2 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Speedway graduations cost TWU more than local schools.”

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In the News: Debra Mollen

Debra Mollen (psychology, Denton) was quoted in a July 6 story, “Experts say alleged forced birth control of Britney Spears is clear reproductive justice violation.”

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) was quoted in a July 9 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Local female veterans earn grant money to expand their businesses.”

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In the News: Carlotta Corpron

Carlotta Corpron, a member of TWU’s visual arts faculty from 1935 to 1968, was included in a June 29 Dallas Morning News story on “Photography Is Art,” an exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.

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In the News: Rob Ramirez

Rob Ramirez (facilities management) was quoted in a June 27 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “How much will February’s winter storms cost Denton schools?”

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote a column, “Why you should be friendly with your business competitors,” that was published in the June 15 Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Carlotta Corpron

Carlotta Corpron, a member of TWU’s visual arts faculty from 1935 to 1968, was mentioned in an article in Les Ourses à plumes (The Feathered Bears), a feminist webzine.

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