Film Festival to amplify Latinx voices, stories, perspectives

Texas Woman's University will host the inaugural Latinx Film Festival April 16-21.

"This new cold war will be far worse than the first"

Historian Mary Elise Sarotte will discuss how post-Cold War events brought the world to a new Cold War at the Jamison Lecture on April 11.

TWU students offer dignity to foster children

Motivated by their own experiences, Fostering the Future members purchased and decorated duffel bags to give  children ages 5-12 in Denton County in the foster system. 

TWU alumna Werchan living her best life

Hannah Werchan is living the dream. Despite dealing with a debilitating condition that has no cure, she's doing what she loves and living with those she loves in one of the most beautiful places on earth. "It's a nice life," she said.

Dance meets engineering in AR project

TWU's Adesola Akinleye is developing choreography and performance pieces for Space+Dance+Digital, an augmented reality system.