Best Upcoming TWU Spring Events
Jan. 27, 2023 — DENTON — Each semester, programming efforts across campus seek to make sure you have memorable experiences, and this semester is no exception. However, we know sometimes looking at the calendar can be overwhelming and decisions can be hard, so we have culled through the offerings to offer a few insights on the best upcoming events for spring 2023.
Monday, February 6-10, Student Union at Hubbard Hall Lawn
Say Their Names Memorial
The Office of DIO will host the Say Their Names Memorial on-campus in recognition of Black History Month. Say Their Names is a nationwide memorial initiative to honor Black lives lost to racial injustice. The memorial was started in Portland, Oregon, on Juneteenth 2020.
Tuesday, February 21, Student Union at Hubbard Hall, 6-9 p.m.
Kings, Queens and Non-Binary Beings: TWU DRAG SHOW
The TWU Drag Show is back and more glam than ever. Join us for a night of excitement and memory-making! Tickets are free for all TWU students and $5 for invited guests but must be reserved in advance. Students are allowed to invite up to three guests. Ticket sales end on Feb. 21 at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, February 22, Redbud Theatre, 8-10 p.m.
Bull in a China Shop (Opening Day)
Inspired by the letters between Mary Woolley and Jeanette Marks spanning from 1899 to 1937, this fast-paced comedy asks: What is a revolution? What does it mean to be at odds with the world? How do we fulfill our potential? And how do we grow old together? In case you can’t make opening night, show times are also available on Feb. 23-26.
Tuesday, March 28, SUHH Southeast Ballroom, 7-9 p.m.
Sisters of ‘77 Watch Party
The 1977 National Women’s Conference was held in Houston with the goal of ending discrimination against women and promoting equal rights. Join Student Life and the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy as we watch the women tell the story of how they ignited a modern revolution!
Wednesday, April 5, TWU Amphitheater and Hubbard Lawn, 5-8 p.m.
Pioneer Palooza is always a highlight of the spring event season, and this year’s beach theme with fun food, music and water-based activities will have you feeling those summer vibes. Free with student ID.
Thursday, April 13, SUHH Phyllis Bridges Auditorium, 7-9 p.m.
8th Annual Jamison Lecture
This annual event brings nationally or internationally recognized scholars or civic leaders to Texas Woman's University for a public lecture, and this year’s event will feature Panamanian American author Cristina Henriquez, who wrote The Book of Unknown Americans. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Saturday, April 22, Globe Life Field in Arlington, 6:05-11:45 p.m.
TWU Night with the Rangers
Grab your friends and family and hop on the bus to Arlington as we head to the ballpark for TWU Night as the Texas Rangers take on the Oakland Athletics. Tickets will be available in early March, and the first 800 fans to purchase tickets will receive a limited edition co-branded TWU/Rangers hat. Watch your emails, the website and the newsletter for more details!
Monday, May 1, 8-10 p.m.
We don’t have all of the details yet, but you can be sure that Finals Feast will be the event you need to attend to help you fend off the fatigue of finals as you make that last push to the end of the semester.
Bonus: TWU Athletics, FREE tickets for students
You will have lots of opportunities all semester to come out and cheer for your Pioneers, but here are a few special games that you might want to consider:
- Jan. 31 - Basketball vs. UT Tyler, ride the bus to the game in Tyler
- Feb. 10 - Softball vs. Western Oregon, honoring LSC Hall of Honor inductee Bailey Vrazel
- Feb. 11 - Basketball vs. Texas A&M Kingsville, Black History Month Celebration
- Feb. 19 - Gymnastics vs. Oklahoma
- Feb. 23 Basketball vs. UT Tyler, Senior Night
- Mar. 10 - STUNT, Senior Night
- April 6-8 - Gymnastics USAG Nationals
Page last updated 3:10 PM, January 27, 2023