World-renowned author and sociologist Dr. Michael Kimmel, a leading expert on men and masculinities, will give a keynote lecture on the Tarleton State University campus, Wednesday, April 6, as part of the continuing Speaker Symposium Series.
Tarleton State University students, faculty and staff roll up their sleeves this Saturday, April 2, to help local residents with everything from cleaning windows to general lawn and garden work.
Student vocalists in Tarleton State University’s Chamber Choir enjoyed the opportunity of a lifetime this past weekend when the 53-member choral ensemble performed inside New York City’s Carnegie Hall on the most prestigious concert stage in the United States.
Fresh from a debut at Carnegie Hall, the Tarleton State University choral program, under the direction of Dr. Troy Robertson, joins the Cross Timbers Civic Chorale on Saturday, April 2, to present works by American composers.
ress in your best 1920s attire and bring a flashlight to Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for Industrial History of Texas this Saturday, April 2, for “Museum After Dark!”
Twenty students enjoyed their spring vacation, March 6 through 11, as participants of the 2016 Tarleton in Washington, D.C., program.
Tarleton State University will offer professional development this summer for middle school and secondary math teachers in the Cross Timbers region thanks to a grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Tarleton State University’s official student-run newspaper, JTAC News, will hit newsstands on a weekly basis come this September. Part of the Division of Student Life, the award-winning publication made its debut in 1919.
Anchored with the big bass of the entire two-day tournament—weighing 7.42 pounds—Tarleton State University’s Bass Club anglers brought home second-place honors in the Collegiate Bass Fishing Open.
More than 100 opportunities are available for Tarleton State University’s first Service Day set Thursday, April 7, when students take to the community to lend a helping hand with everything from cleaning the Bosque River to giving free computer classes for seniors.