Notable Upcoming TWU Spring Events

Jan. 12, 2024 — 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 2024.

Monday, Jan. 22 through Friday, Mar. 8.
TWU Moves Challenge
TWU Fitness and Recreation is partnering with the Health and Wellbeing Initiative (HWI) to create this year's 7-week physical wellness program called TWU Moves. Participants will be able to track their fitness and wellness activity through the TWU Moves Scorecard located at the Fitness and Recreation Center, online, or emailed to you in your registration confirmation email. Participation is open to TWU students, faculty, and staff at all campus locations.

Wednesday, Feb. 21-25, 28, Redbud Theater
Directed by associate professor Steven Young, Shakespeare’s masterpiece follows Prince Hamlet as he encounters the ghost of the King of Denmark, contemplates life and death, and seeks revenge. Tickets for all shows are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. TWU Theatre offers a pay-what-you-can option available at every Saturday 2 p.m. performance.

Wednesday, April 3, TWU Amphitheater and Hubbard Lawn, 5-8 pm.
Pioneer Palooza: Oakchella
Pioneer Palooza is always a highlight of the spring event season, and this year’s Oakchella theme with fun food, music and water-based activities will have you feeling festive. Free with student ID.

Monday, April 8, TBD 
Eclipse Party
The Monday, April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Weather permitting, TWU is in the path that will experience totality, and the campus plans to mark the occasion. More details to come!

Thursday, April 11, SUHH Phyllis Bridges Auditorium, 7-9 p.m.
9th 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 Mary Elise Sarotte, a leading expert on foreign policy and author of Not One Inch: America, Russia, and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate. The lecture is free and open to the public. 

Tuesday, April 23, 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 item. Watch your emails, the website and newsletter for more details!

Monday, April 29, 8-10 p.m.
Finals Feast
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 opportunities all semester to come out and cheer for your Pioneers, but here are a few special games that you might want to consider:

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