2022 News

Class keeps history alive and accessible

TWU's Bibliography and Research Methods class is a course in preserving history, and it just completed a successful test run with the creation of the digital exhibit "Moments of Inscription: the Lives of Women Through Their Letters."

Graduate says college experience was business degree bonus

Brooke Morlet is graduating from Texas Woman’s University in December with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the College of Business. In January, she’ll start a new job as a tax staff accountant with a regional accounting firm in Dallas. For the last two years, TWU professors and her mentor have guided and lifted Morlet to heights that she didn’t think were possible. 

TWU fashion students create clothing for homeless

Fashion Design and Merchandising's Remy Odukomaiya and the students in her Mass Production Techniques class designed, patterned and crafted two outfits, then produced 13 sets of those clothes for the specific needs of homeless men.

Art and design take center stage at Circle of Light

Holiday festivals on the Texas Woman's University campus have gone through a few incarnations and themes over the years, but this year's Circle of Light is a celebration of art and design.

TWU alum becomes first woman to hold chief judge post

Texas Woman’s alumna Alia Moses made history in 2001 when she became the first woman to be named a U.S. district judge in the sprawling Western District of Texas. She made history again on Nov. 18 when she became the first woman to assume the role of chief judge in the district.