2023 News

MBA offers exonerated Death Row inmate fresh start

Ryan Matthews is ready to take a a big step toward charting his own course when he graduates from Texas Woman’s on Dec. 16 with an MBA, which has an emphasis on business analytics. When he was 17 years old, Matthews was convicted of a murder he did not commit. He spent five years on death row in Louisiana before DNA evidence exonerated him in 2004.

TWU fashion class makes clothes for scoliosis patients

The Mass Production class of TWU's Division of Fashion Design & Merchandising designed and crafted clothing for scoliosis patients who are in prolonged hospital treatment and encumbered by medical traction equipment.

TWU to host tuition-free Bezos Academy preschool in Denton

Texas Woman’s has finalized an agreement with Bezos Academy to open a tuition-free, Montessori-inspired preschool for children of the university’s student-parents and Denton families.

A very mariachi Circle of Light

Music's mariachi ensemble and the International Dance Company will perform a folklórico at Thursday evening's Circle of Light Festival.

Stroke Center’s new ambassador has disarming demeanor

Watson Polk has become an ambassador and a little bit of a celebrity at the Stroke Center. Polk uses a type of Augmentative and Alternative Communication device called eye-gaze technology to communicate. He volunteered on Wednesdays during the fall semester, helping Stroke Center clients communicate with their own AAC devices.