Dr. Rudy Tarpley, professor of agricultural and consumer sciences, delivers the fourth talk in Tarleton State University’s Last Lecture Series at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, on the Stephenville campus.
As a preventative measure, Tarleton State University is moving 80 students from Bender Hall, an older residential facility, into other open residential spaces on campus.
For Friends of Tarleton State University’s Dick Smith Library, fall means one thing. Dinner in the Stacks.
Promoting the value of a variety of English and Spanish degrees, Tarleton State University celebrated English and Languages Week Sept. 11 through 15.
High school and college transfer students can experience Tarleton State University’s main campus in Stephenville firsthand and catch a glimpse of what it means to “Bleed Purple” during Texan Tour set Saturday, Oct. 7.
Tarleton State University kicked off its $26.4 million renovation and expansion of Memorial Stadium Saturday night with a special pregame event that included all the fanfare of a traditional groundbreaking minus the shovels and dirt.
Nearly three dozen candidates vying for one of six places on the National FFA Organization’s officer team will gather on the Tarleton State University campus this weekend as part of an intensive, three-day workshop aimed at preparing them for the rigors of the national officer selection process.
The list includes classics like Gone with the Wind, Catcher in the Rye and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn—books banned or challenged in libraries across the country.
Tarleton State University’s Speaker Symposium Series continues Tuesday, Oct. 3, when former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros discusses “American Latinos and the Nation’s Future.”
Texan supporters are reaching deep to make game-changing renovations to Tarleton State University’s Memorial Stadium a reality. Their added donations will fund needed improvements and special features for the $26.4 million project.