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TWU student earns four scholarships to study in Greece

Riley-Grace Huggins, a TWU junior majoring in English Literature, earned four scholarships to allow her to study in Greece this summer.

Fire official finds high reward in PhD

Megan Schuth, the first woman battalion chief in the Denton Fire Department, will be awarded her PhD in rhetoric in Friday’s graduation ceremony at TWU.

Remembering Dr. Phyllis Bridges

Chancellor Carine M. Feyten writes, “It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of Dr. Phyllis Bridges, a longtime professor of English—but so much more to this university. Dr. Bridges succumbed to health issues she had been experiencing over the past several months.”

ESFL student Annah Stewart receives TWU scholarship

Undergraduate English major Annah Stewart won a scholarship from the Empowering Women as Leaders program at TWU.

Dr. Genevieve West participated in An Evening with Zora Neale Hurston

NYT bestselling author, Morgan Jerkins, moderates a conversation with Lucy Ann Hurston (scholar and niece of Zora Neale Hurston), Patrick Dougher (cover artist for Their Eyes Were Watching God), and Genevieve West (co-editor of You Don't Know Us Negroes and Other Essays).