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In the News: Mahesh Raisinghani

Mahesh (Michael) Raisinghani (business, Denton) wrote a guest column, "Navigating business in the post-pandemic recovery using FinTechs," that was published in New Orleans CityBusiness on July 23.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote two columns recently published in the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

Jackie Hoermann-Elliott (English, Denton) discussed how running can get your creative juices flowing in a July 22 feature on the another mother runner podcast.

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Poems included in GDAC pandemic exhibit

Poems by sociology GTA Petina JD Powers and others are included in the Greater Denton Arts Council 's current exhibit, Soul Art Renewal: PENS & LENSES.

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In the News: Nikki Young

Nikki Young (admissions, Denton) was quoted in “10 mistakes to avoid when choosing a college,” an article published July 15 in the Dallas Morning News.

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Smith contributes more than 200 volunteer hours for CoSIDA

Paul Smith (athletics, Denton) was among 11 CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) members who contributed 200 volunteer hours or more in a record-setting year for the organization’s #Volunteer 15 program.

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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 memoriam: Sandra Cruz

The TWU Community offers its condolences to the family and friends of Sandra Cruz (facilities management), who passed away July 7, 2021.

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Fletcher's memorial noted in news story

The late Mayme Fletcher, a former TWU DPS sergeant, was the focus of a July 2 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Denton County’s first female officer remembered for dedication, compassion.”

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