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TWU president emerita dies at 95
On Tuesday, the TWU community mourned Mary Evelyn Blagg Huey, the first woman and only alumna to serve as the university’s president.
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In a year of cuts, the Texas Legislature boosted financial aid for college students
Paul Voertman, former owner of iconic Denton bookstore, dies
Paul Voertman, Denton native and former owner of Voertman’s, the iconic Fry Street area bookstore, died Wednesday. He was 88.
TWU, UNT preparing for potential state funding cuts
The state budget sent to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk includes funding cuts to Texas Woman's University and the University of North Texas. While there's still time for Abbott to add a special session or veto portions of funding, local university officials are beginning to prepare for the cuts.
TWU preparing for record enrollment, housing
It's extremely likely that Texas Woman's University will hit 16,000 students in the fall of 2017, which would be a new record for the institution. It also continues the issue of the lack of campus housing for these students.
In the Texas Capitol this year, university leaders' worst fears never materialized
Some of Texas' top lawmakers entered the 2017 legislative session with big plans to shake up higher education in the state. Instead, their 140 days' worth of work was most notable for what they didn't do to public universities.
Highland Village woman earns Ph.D. after 10 years at TWU
On Saturday, 72-year-old TWU student Betty C. Reily earned her sixth degree — a Ph.D. in reading education.
New dean named for TWU's College of Professional Education
Lisa Huffman, a current dean at Cameron University in Oklahoma, will serve as Texas Woman's University's dean at the College of Professional Education starting Sept. 1.